While we may still be considered a small church, our engagement in our mission to Love Courageously, Inspire Spiritual Growth, Work for Justice is anything but small! You see this reflected in the extraordinary work done by all our teams and committees, our staff, and our … read more.
Services will held at 4:00 pm and 5:30 pm on Christmas Eve.
We will be holding two services on Christmas Eve: one at 4:00 and one at 5:30.
Due to the high transmission rate of Covid-19 in Colorado, we will have to limit the number of people who can attend our in-person Christmas Eve Services.
Therefore, … read more.
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango presents
Recital Series 2021-2022
Judith Reynolds 2010
The UUFD Recital Series is now in its fourteenth season. All recitals are held on Friday evenings at 7:00 pm in the beautiful UUFD Sanctuary with excellent acoustics.
Because of the ongoing pandemic, masks will … read more.
How the Disaster Relief and Development Fund was used in the past year
While we cannot resolve all the pains in the world, our support helps to ease the suffering of others. This last year, the fellowship’s financial support through the Disaster Relief and Development Fund has … read more.
John Redemske, President
Terri Reherman, Vice President
Carolyn Miller, Secretary
Mark Swanson, Treasurer
Jill Bystydzienski, Member-at-Large
Steve Govreau, Member-at-Large
The EJT would like to thank the 88 members who completed the individual Environmental Survey earlier this Spring. That’s about half the congregation and a really good response for a survey of any kind. Yay!
The main headline from your collective responses is that, not surprisingly, … read more.
As Unitarians, we are committed to protect and respect life on Earth. This applies in particular to the 6th and the 7th principles, which state “Peace, liberty and justice for all” and “Respect the interdependent web of all existence of which we are part.”
Based on … read more.
Group will propose processes for addressing conflict
The long-awaited Healthy Congregations Committee (HCC) has been formed and is in the nascent stages of developing its work in service to our beloved community. The committee, chaired by Sherrod Beall, is made up of UUFD members Kathleen Adams, … read more.
The Environmental Justice Team encourages us to act on the slogan “Think globally, act locally.”
Ballots for the upcoming LPEA Co-op board election start arriving May 17th.
Let’s all vote for the candidates who will promote increased renewable energy!