A motion was passed unanimously enabling CRR to go forward in pursuit of a way to provide temporary housing for the homeless community in Sedona and establish a partnership with the Sedona Area Homeless Alliance!Read More
On November 14, the Church of the Palms' Social Justice Team (SJT) will visit the Refugee Focus campus in Phoenix. Refugee Focus is a division of Lutheran Social Service of the Southwest and is supported by many local churches. The SJT has identified it as an organization with which it plans to partner. This visit will point out ways to do that.Read More
Agape means Love. We live in a world overwhelmed with divisiveness, pain, and confusion....Now more than ever, it is time to come together in the Spirit of Love, Good Food, Laughter, Inclusiveness, and Inner Peace.
Introducing the 2nd in a series of monthly Agape Gatherings:
Agape Meal and Open Mic!
Vegetarian Main Courses are provided: please bring sides, drinks, or meat dishes if you like:)
Thanks to David Huisjen for sharing these photos.Read More
Sunday, November 12, 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Fran and Dave Buss want to invite you all to Fran Buss’s big book party-launch to celebrate the publication of Memory, Meaning, and Resistance, Fran’s sixth book “40 years in the making.”Read More
From Rev. Pamela Shepherd:
Thanks to everyone who made Taos UCC's Earth Justice Sunday so joyful.Read More
Taos UCC had 25 adults and 1 child in worship today. It was a wonderful, spirit-filled service focused on Earth Justice and protecting our only earth.Read More
Wondering how you will survive the weeks surrounding Thanksgiving and Christmas? Are you dreading these holidays, knowing that everything has changed and that happy memories from past years can’t be recreated?
This Surviving the Holidays seminar is especially for people who are grieving a loved one’s death.Read More
Join First Church members and friends for a four-part immigration series featuring the classic 1983 film El Norte, directed by Gregory Nava. On Thursday evenings, November 2, 9, and 16, at 7:00 PM, participants will view, react to, and discuss the three sections of this Spanish and Quiché language film with English subtitles.Read More
Come see the amazing new 10-min film "Ode to Standing Rock," crafted by Taos' own Peter Walker & Lyla June Johnston. The film will be part of an hour event as we dig into the theme "Earth Justice & Everyday Heroes" @ Taos UCC.Read More
Taos United Community Church is a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, gay and straight and gender-fluid community of faith and social justice, based on love for all creation.Read More
Saturday, November 4
9 am to 3 pm $20
First Presbyterian Church, Albuquerque
215 Locust St NE,
Albuquerque, NM 87102
What's happening at your church? We'd love to share your church news with the Conference! We have an easy submission form - fill it out and see your story in The Loop the following Monday.Read More
What does this ancient teaching of the Jewish teacher, Jesus, offer to our world today? Whether you are a person of any faith or no faith, you are welcome to this circle. We bring this ancient teaching into conversation with our lives. We meet each Wednesday from 5:15 - 6:15 pm at SOMOS, 108B Civic Plaza Drive, Taos, NM. Co-led by Pamela Shepherd and Todd Wynward. All Are Welcome!Read More
The Musical Director/Worship Team Leader is the recruiter, arranger, bandleader, choir director and musical counterpart to the clergy responsible for the service. This enthusiastic, energetic and creative person is responsible for supporting our clergy in building a ministry that attracts musicians and vocalists, creates transformative environments and produces passionate worshippers through the medium of music and the creative arts. Experience in a wide range of musical genres is desired.Read More
Words can’t describe the feelings that came over me when I received Rev. Talitha Arnold’s email. The story of First Church/Albuquerque and United Church of Santa Fe also puts flesh on these New Testament words: If one part suffers, all the parts suffer with it, and if one part is honored, all the parts are glad.
Opportunities to explore the Reformation’s impact include movie, panel, music and worship.
This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, a momentous religious revolution that shaped theology, history and the lives of all people around the world and continue to do so today. Beatitudes Campus will hold a week-long exploration of this important point in history and discuss how we continue to reform and develop our faith today.
Scottsdale Congregational UCC will offer an Enneagram workshop on Monday, October 23, 1 - 5 pm. Learn more about the Enneagram and how to sign up!Read More
This is a weekly event that will recur every Thursday through October 19th. Each week is an independent discussion that will continue throughout the series and you are welcome to come to one or as many of the weekly discussions as you are able!Read More