When my family and I moved to Durango, we were looking for a community to provide the foundational support for our two young children that is needed according to our “It Takes A Village” philosophy. The UU of Durango was exactly what we were looking … read more.
I came to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango when I found myself wanting the support and connection of a community that values the quest for meaning and spiritual growth, rather than expecting a particular set of beliefs or creed. I wanted to be with … read more.
I find it refreshing to have a real CHOICE for Sunday morning church service. It was the variety and relevance of weekly sermon topics that first attracted me to the UUFD. Then I found the people to be friendly, welcoming, interesting, generous and accepting. This … read more.
I moved to Durango from Oregon in July 2013. I was raised in a UU church, but I had not been a church goer in all my adult years. I’d had community which often overlapped with my eclectic spirituality. Church didn’t appeal to me. Didn’t … read more.
I’ve been a member for a couple of years now and the supportive, open, loving nature of this Fellowship continually amazes me; the accepting, non-judgmental attitude of the congregation.
The people were what drew me initially, and I’ve grown to see us so much more for … read more.
Having been involved in the Unitarian Church in Detroit and in Denver, I am very pleased to be in a place where I have a Unitarian Fellowship available to me. This is a place where I feel accepted by good people, a place where I … read more.
I’m fairly new at the UUFD, but from the beginning I have felt at home in this community of seekers. Here, I’m not afraid to ask hard questions of myself and others about religion, morality, and our place in the universe.
The elements of a UUFD … read more.
By becoming a member of the UUFD, I’ve found a lot more than a community of people who are proud to question, love and serve all life on this planet. I’ve found greater meaning in my personal life. I feel like I’ve joined a family, … read more.
As a child and teenager, the Episcopal Church gave me an appreciation for ritual and a sense of mystery. Later, in graduate school and as a college teacher, I was drawn to books, art, music and experiences that celebrated Nature, the seasons and transitions in … read more.