The Unitarian Congregation of Taos (UCoT or Congregation) serves families and individuals as an inclusive, compassionate, liberal spiritual community; a beacon of progressive enlightenment; and a call to service.

We offer regular services at 11:00 a.m. Sundays in the Masonic Lodge at 124 Camino de Santiago, at the intersection with Gusdorf Rd.

Up-Coming Services

April 26 – Sunday Circle Discussion – Money (More Info on Sunday Circles)

May 3 – Rev. Doug Inhofe – Our Congregation’s Ten Years of Parfait Layers: the ‘Why?’ One!  Paul Tillich was a theologian who left Germany in 1933 and, with Reinhold Niebuhr’s help, began to teach at New York’s Union Theological Seminary and later at Columbia University. His formulation for what a person treasures most was this: it was what the person held to be of ultimate concern. This from-the-ground-up perspective compels neither theism nor Unitarianism, but it is consistent with both. It leads to the idea that one’s beliefs on matters of faith are personal. This idea has provoked a lot of disputation, for a belief in revelation can make the idea irrelevant, if not worse. How can liberal religionists wire around this disputation and find a way to search for values in all religions, including the top-down ones? The effort involves looking past the outside layers of how religions are often seen, to reach one that matters the most. Our Congregation has been committed to this effort for its first ten years—carrying us right up to today!—and will no doubt keep it up! 

May 10 – Sunday Circle Discussion – Letting Go (More Info on Sunday Circles

May 17 – Sunday Service – Rev. Gary Kowalski

May 24 – Sunday Circle Discussion – Ethical Eating  (More Info on Sunday Circles)

May 31 – Service Sunday – Hwy 68 roadside clean-up