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 will be cancelling upcoming 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, October 24, 2021, 11 a.m. — Sharing Circle – Preparing for Winter (On Zoom)

Winter can be arduous for humans—the cold, the long nights and short days for several months. If one grew up, whether in the Southern hemisphere or Northern hemisphere, relatively far from the Equator, adapting to the conditions of winter is deeply imbedded in body and mind. Experiencing and living through winter is enhanced with preparation. Consider this shortest winter poem by
Emily Dickinson: Winter under cultivation is as arable as Spring.
 
Winter requires cultivating the capacity to maintain health and sanity. The American southwest is an extraordinary place to enjoy winter. Preparation is still necessary. How do you prepare? Do you have a favorite winter story/adventure? Have you ever been snowbound? What do you like most/least about winter? Do you have a favorite winter poem or piece of fiction or non-fiction concerning winter?

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, October 31, 2021, 11 a.m. — Fifth Sunday Program – Regional Water Issues

The Fifth Sunday Planning Group will host our third Chautauqua presentation at 11 a.m. via Zoom. The program will continue our look at water-related issues in Taos and Northern New Mexico, following the panel on August 29. This upcoming program will focus on the Taos Pueblo Water Rights Settlement which was briefly covered during the discussion with Peter Vigil and Andy Martinez. The program will last about an hour including J.R. Logan’s presentation followed by a question and answer period. J.R. Logan will present an update on the current status of the Taos Pueblo Water Rights Settlement and the outlook for its progress in the near future. J. R. has been a reporter for The Taos News and is active in several Taos community organizations. J.R. Has followed the Taos Pueblo Water Rights Settlement for several years and will share his perspective in this critical issue for the structure of water resource uses. Please let your friends know about this program, since we would like it to be a service to the broader Taos community in the hopes of educating ourselves about key issues of the day.

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.


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