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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

November 16 – A Celebration of Harvest & Community, with Ingathering of New Members Our seasonal lunch-in-community. To let us know you plan to come and what food you’ll bring to share, call 224-1235.

November 23 – Sunday Circle Discussion: Addiction.

November 30 – 5th Sunday Forum: Peace and Justice -Can Nonviolence Prevail in Taos? As a community Taos is beset by generational violence and historic trauma in the story of our village.  As people today try to forge loving nonviolent relationships, there are many obstacles to overcome.  This panel of professionals with deep commitment and experience in promoting nonviolence will discuss promising interventions and suggest ways that all citizens can help.  Mary Gray, Chair of Nonviolence Works, will moderate an expert panel that includes Thom Allena, Rachel Cox, and Katia Terrelli-Delgado.

December 7 – Holiday Music Program.

December 14 – Sunday Circle Discussion – Prayer.

December 21 – What If They Gave a War & No One Came? Reverend Gary Kowalski will tell the true story of the Christmas Truce that occurred exactly one hundred years ago this week, as thousands of troops in the trenches of the Western Front disobeyed their commanders to cross no-man’s land and celebrate Christmas with “the enemy.” Though the peace was brief, it was no hoax, and what really happened can happen again. Reverend Kowalski is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Divinity School, author of numerous books on history, science, spirituality and nature. He has served UU congregations in six states over the course of his ministry.

December 24 - Special Christmas Eve Service at 7:30 p.m.

December 28 – Sunday Circle Discussion – Endings.