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 at the historic Ranchos Presbyterian Church on the corner of San Francisco St. and Highway 68 in Ranchos de Taos just south of the Town of Taos and just North of the Ranchos de Taos Post Office.

Up-Coming Services

CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER  – March 1 – Rev. Doug Inhofe, “Sing That We Live.” 

March 8 – Sunday Circle Discussion – Creativity

March 15 - Rev. Gary Kowalski, “The Arc of the Moral Universe.” Fifty years ago this month, Americans of all creeds and races marched in Selma, Alabama, where brutal repression and the murder of UU minister James Reeb led directly to the passage of the Voting Rights Act and enfranchisement for millions of African Americans. Summarizing the trials and triumphs of those days, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. proclaimed that “the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” This morning our co-minister Reverend Gary Kowalski examines the theology behind this audacious claim, its roots in Unitarian history, its continuing relevance to freedom struggles around the world, and what belief in a “moral universe” might demand of us here and now. In addition, our own Chuck Doughty, a retired UU clergyman who was on the scene in Selma a half-century ago, will share a personal retrospective of those tumultuous times. A related documentary film, “Home of the Brave,” will be screened the same afternoon; see NEWS section of this website for details. 

March 22 – Sunday Circle Discussion – Boundaries

March 29 – Creative Spirits Presentations