Welcome to
 United Church
Santa Fe

Our Services

Weekly Worship

Join us for in-person Sunday service each week. We offer a simple communion early service outdoors at 8:30am and a traditional 10:00am service in the sanctuary. Vaccinations, masks, and pre-registration are required for the 10am service. Click below to register. 

Click below to find out what

we are doing to keep the congregation safe during in-person services. 

Virtual Worship

This weekend's worship will be both in-person and offered as a livestream starting at 10:00am Sunday morning. Join us at 9:55 to hear the opening piano music!

"Whoever you are, wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!"

Pride Flag

God Loves
All People, No Exceptions

Hygiene Kits and Financial Donations for Ukraine

Thank you to all who have donated the individual parts for hygiene kits and to all who have helped us build the kits. To date, we have received over $20,000 in donations. As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, United encourages your support of our longtime partner, Church World Service, with monetary donations to help the hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians who are either fleeing to other countries or staying to help fight the invasion:

United's Shelter Dinners Feed Persons Who are Homeless
and Also Support Santa Fe Businesses!

Early in the pandemic, United continued to support Santa Fe’s homeless shelters and local businesses, while also keeping people safe from Covid. Since April 2020, we’ve provided 135 weekly meals from
Felipe’s Tacos and “Mucho Gourmet” for the Interfaith Shelter and 35 meals each month for both St. Elizabeth and Casa Familia—totaling 14,400 burritos and 3,600 sandwich suppers or $95,150. As the pandemic eases, Interfaith only needs 50 burritos weekly from United. We also continue support for St. Elizabeth and Casa Familia. Your checks or online donations help this ministry continue. Please memo: “Shelter Dinners.” Thank you!

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Summer Drive for the Food Depot

The Food Depot supplies schools, shelters, and agencies throughout Northern New Mexico
with healthy food year-round. To help, bring any (or all) of these items to the church and we’ll do regular deliveries: jumbo-size containers of canned vegetables and fruit, pasta, and rice for group meals; family-size packages, especially high-protein foods (dried beans, canned meats, meat-containing foods such as chili con carne, soups, stews); baby foods (powdered formula,
dry cereal, jars of baby food); and diapers. Monetary donations also welcome. The Food Depot stretches every dollar! Make checks to United Church or make a donation thruogh out portal below (memo: Food Depot). Thank you!

At A Glance

August 11
"What does the Bible Really Say About?"

August 10
Seeing the Faith of Northern New Mexico
10:00 Sanctuary


August 4
"What does the Bible Really Say About?"