14-minute documentary film, Nurturing the Spirit of Life, about the founding and evolution of the Unitarian Congregation of Taos.
Like many faith communities, we are cancelling worship services and small group gatherings for the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic. See Upcoming Services & Sharing Circles for how to join our online activities.
In the meantime, please stay well and follow public health guidelines. Ironically, social distancing has made us more aware than ever that we are all in this together, members of one family.
Please reach out to our ministers Munro Sickafoose and Gary Kowalski in time of need.
When we resume normal programming, join us on first and third Sunday mornings to sing, celebrate, share joys and sorrows and reflect together on what it means to live a meaningful, joyful and morally responsible human existence. We offer regular services at 11:00 a.m. on first and third Sundays in the Bent Lodge of the Masons at 124 Camino de Santiago, at the intersection of Gusdorf Road and Camino de Santiago. Join us for coffee and conversation after the service.
Unitarian Congregation of Taos
Whoever you are, whomever you love, wherever you are on life’s journey, we greet you with open minds and hearts.
Our mission is to be an illuminating beacon and an active force, promoting liberal religious values and interfaith, intercultural collaboration to better our congregation, our greater Taos community, and the world beyond.
Our covenant is to engage each other with respect, compassion and generosity in all our endeavours.
Sunday Sharing Circles
Every second and fourth Sunday, the Unitarian Congregation of Taos hosts a sharing circle, in which members, friends, and visitors come together to share stories and experiences related to personal and spiritual topics. Sharing and listening lasts from 11 a.m. to noon. Those who wish to stay till 12:30 can participate in further discussion.
Voices of a Liberal Faith
Our mission is to be an illuminating beacon and an active force, promoting liberal religious values and interfaith and intercultural collaboration to better our congregation, our greater Taos community, and the world beyond.