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The Unitarian Congregation of Taos
The mission of the Unitarian Congregation of Taos is to serve families and individuals as an inclusive, compassionate, liberal spiritual community; a beacon of progressive enlightenment; and a call to service.
We welcome all who find our emphasis on personal religious integrity and commitment meaningful. We meet in community the first and third Sunday mornings of each month, and on fifth Sundays when they occur.
May and June Services.
Our Services are at 11:00 - 12:00 am on Odd-Numbered Sundays.
May 19th: Roy Moody will speak on "A Taste of Religious Naturalism."
Popular Albuquerque speaker and humorist Roy Ellis Moody will talk about exploring 'spirituality' - life's big questions - without a belief in god or the supernatural and asks us to consider the question, "Is it possible to be 'spiritual' while also rejecting everything supernatural?"
June 2nd: Sue Redfern-Campbell will discuss "The Civil War and the Soul of America."
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June 16th: Billy J. Knight tells of his experience in "A Father's Story."
In this special Father's Day program, local father Billy J. Knight tells of his gay son's "coming out" to him. Barbara Sheppard, PFLAG-Taos Board President, will explain her organization's mission.
June 30th: Gael Minton talks about "Living in the Southwest - Experiencing the Commons."
Environmental health scientist,nutritionist, farmer, acequia commissioner and amateur flutist Gael Minton guides an exploration of community and interdependence - ecologically, socially and spiritually - in the high desert. Musical accompaniment by special guests Dana Winograd, principal cellist with the Santa Fe Symphony, and Elena Sopoci, violin soloist in Santa Fe and with Taos Chamber Music Group.
This is a view of the space we use inside the Ranchos Presbyterian Church.
Taos, New Mexico
Speakers from our congregation or outside deliver sermons or talks on a broad range of subjects and ideas.
Music by Martha Grossman and Mimi Owensby.