We are back live and in person!
More than two years ago, the Unitarian Congregation of Taos created real community on a virtual platform when we started meeting on Zoom for services and Sharing Circles. Now that most or all of us have some level of immunity—whether through vaccination or natural immunity—UCOT is meeting in person once again.
Please join us for regular services at 11 a.m. on first and third Sundays in the Bent Lodge of the Masons, 124 Camino de Santiago, at the intersection of Gusdorf Road and Camino de Santiago. On fifth Sundays, we have topic-oriented special programming. This year’s topic relates to food in Taos.
Sharing Circles gather on the second and fourth Sundays. We meet on Zoom on Second Sundays to accommodate those who are not able to join us in person for a topic-driven sharing from our own hearts and experiences. On fourth Sundays we meet in person at the lodge for an open-topic sharing from our own experience that which is relevant in the moment. Guests are invited to all services and/or circles. Please join us!
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Nurturing the Spirit of Life
If you’re thinking of visiting and would like to get to know us a little better before you join in person, watch this 14-minute documentary, Nurturing the Spirit of Life, about the founding and evolution of the Unitarian Congregation of Taos.
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.
Earth Day 2021
UCOT Highway CleanUp Crew
Sunday Sharing Circles
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.