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Justice Advocacy

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United Church Advocacy Day at the State Legislature
Monday, January 30 at 8:30am

United’s annual Advocacy Day at the state legislature is Monday, Jan. 30. We’ll meet at the church at 8:30 am for a brief orientation about the issues we’re focusing on and walk through how to locate the legislators and/or their staff once we’re at the Capitol. The more people we have the more legislators we can talk to about issues that are important to us including homelessness, environmental concerns, immigration, and prevention of gun violence. After the orientation, we’ll carpool to the Capitol and visit as many of our legislators as possible before finishing with an optional lunch at a local restaurant. Come join us! Please RSVP to Marilyn Gardner (505-331-6600, no later than Jan. 22. Information packets will be sent to interested parties in preparation for Jan. 30.

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God Loves All People, No Exceptions

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

We Believe in a God that is still speaking, 
a God that is all-loving and inclusive

"When all Americans are treated as equal, no matter who they are or whom they love, we are all more free."

"Gay rights are human rights."

"Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. 
Without them, humanity cannot survive."


United Church of Santa Fe Covenant of Openness and Affirmation
(adopted 1994)

We know that, as Christians, we are many individual members, each with different gifts to offer and contributions to make. We know also that we are one body in Christ, members of one another. With Jesus, we affirm that we are called to act as agents of reconciliation and wholeness within the church and within the world.

As an expression of the practice and conviction of this congregation, we declare ourselves to be an “open and affirming church,” welcoming people who share a faith journey with Christ, and who share with us the covenant that binds us together regardless of age, gender, race, ethnic background, mental or physical disability, or sexual orientation.

We commit ourselves to caring and concern for our lesbian, gay and bisexual sisters and brothers by affirming that:

     We believe that lesbian, gay and bisexual people share with all others the worth that comes from being unique         individuals; and,

     We welcome lesbian, gay and bisexual people to our congregation in the same spirit and manner by which we         welcome all other members and visitors.

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