Upcoming Services & Sharing Circles

All in-person Services and Circles canceled until further notice
As we all take precautions for the Covid-19 virus spread, UCOT have cancelled live gatherings until further notice. We will conduct live-streaming services on Zoom until further notice. If you are not currently getting the weekly email that contains the necessary Zoom link, please visit our Contact page and send your information to us on the contact form


Sunday, May 15, 2022, 11 a.m. — Service—What’s Right With the World?
Rev. Munro Sickafoose
Service to be held on Zoom*

 

With all the news about wars, pandemics, and democracies under attack, it seems like bad news is all there is. As the old saying goes, “If it bleeds, it leads.” But wait, surely there’s good stuff happening out there? You bet there is! It’s time to get caught up on the good news from around the globe.

 

*For information on how to join us, please complete our contact form at https://uutaos.org/contact/ unless you are already on our weekly email list.


Sunday, May 22, 2022, 11 a.m. — Sharing Circle—Each in Turn
Circle to be held on Zoom*

Using a virtual “talking stick” each person can speak in turn on whatever is in their hearts or minds to share with others whatever is relevant to them in the moment.

We will continue to take a creative approach, given the limitations of Zoom for object passing, so bring your “talking object” (if you choose) to signify your turn in this opportunity to share.

*For information on how to join us, please complete our contact form at https://uutaos.org/contact/ unless you are already on our weekly email list.


Sunday, May 29, 2022, 11 a.m. — 5th Sunday Program—Agriculture, Food Resilience and Community in Taos
Program to be held on Zoom*

For our first fifth Sunday in 2022, we are fortunate to have Micah Roseberry, owner of Farmhouse Café and Bakery, who has been an organic grower and educator in Taos County for over 25 years. Five years ago, Micah started the Farmhouse School Lunch Program, now run by her nonprofit, Growing Community Now. She is the coordinator of the new Taos Community Farms CSA Farm Shares, a group of 15 local farms working together.

For our first fifth Sunday in 2022, we are fortunate to have Micah Roseberry, owner of Farmhouse Café and Bakery, who has been an organic grower and educator in Taos County for over 25 years. Five years ago, Micah started the Farmhouse School Lunch Program, now run by her nonprofit, Growing Community Now. She is the coordinator of the new Taos Community Farms CSA Farm Shares, a group of 15 local farms working together.

*For information on how to join us, please complete our contact form at https://uutaos.org/contact/ unless you are already on our weekly email list.


For more information on Sharing Circles, click here.