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Join us for in-person Sunday service each week. We offer a Contemplative Communion at 8:30am and Worship in Sanctuary with Choir at 10:00am. Vaccinations and masks are still required for the indoor services. Email Office Manager Lin Raymond at firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure the office has your up-to-date vaccination information.
Click below to find out what we are doing to keep the congregation safe during in-person services.
What Does God Really
Want from Us?
Way Over in Beulah Lan'!
"Whoever you are, wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!"
Kids Assemble Hygiene Kits for Ukraine
The war in Ukraine continues and so does United’s commitment to care for refugee families. United’s children again assemble hygiene kits for Church World Service. Your financial donations and/or any of the following items are welcomed:
Cloth Hand towels (15” x 28” to 16” x 32”) (no fingertip, bath, dish towel, or micro-fiber)
Wide-tooth comb; Fingernail or toenail clippers;
Bath-size bar of soap (individually wrapped in original package);
Toothbrush in original package (no toothpaste); Standard size Band-Aids.
November & December Drives Giving Gifts of All Shapes and Sizes
A sincere thank you, to all who supported our recent outreach efforts. We collected over 230 pairs of winter socks to keep the
feet of Santa Fe’s homeless
warm. In addition, 117 calendars and 482 greeting cards were donated to our prison outreach.
Compassionate Christmas Gifts Great Success!
Thanks to the generosity of the United congregation and others in the wider community, as of Dec. 18, we had raised $6,510 to
provide blankets for Ukrainian refugees, scholarship for the youth immersion trip, support for New Mexico Immigration
Law Center, mittens for the kids of Growing Up New Mexico, and other needs. More donations continue to come in and we’ll have a complete report in the
United Re-Commits to Supporting Santa Fe's Interfaith, St. Elizabeth, and Casa Familia Shelters
With Felipe of Felipe’s Tacos retiring—and with the needs of Santa Fe’s Shelters changing as the pandemic has changed—United is developing a new way to offer regular meals for the shelters. We plan to provide one full meal (entrée, veggie casserole, salad, and desert) each month for 70 guests at the Interfaith Shelter and 35 meals each for the men at St. Elizabeth and the women and children at Casa Familia.Here’s the plan:
-We’ll continue the monthly Friday “Chop and Grate” mornings to prepare veggies and cheese for the children to assemble into casseroles the next Sunday.(Sometimes the Friday group will assemble the casseroles.)
-Volunteers are also needed to provide an entrée (such as meat loaf) for 12 each month.
-Shoppers and deliverers also needed.
At A Glance
Resiliency and Hope: Strengthening Our Souls
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