This will be a multi-generational service of Thanksgiving. The Caring Committee will be commissioned at the 10:30 service. Commissioning is a ritual that formally acknowledges the Caring Committee as the congregation’s care team. We encourage all committee members to come and participate in the ritual.
Special Services for the Ministry Start Workshop Weekend. Centering: How do we faithfully center a new ministry in these times of challenge and times of memory and hope? Guest speakers are Dr. Janice Johnson, Director of Multicultural Ministries, Unitarian Universalist Association and Amy Rowland, Ph.D., LPC, Creative … read more.
Why is atonement important? What does it mean for our spiritual lives and human development?
We look back on those lives that have shaped our own. We remember our faith ancestors’ contributions to the faith that we live out today. In addition, we will be welcoming our new members to the congregation at this service!
What does it mean when we Unitarian Universalists say we “side with love”? How do we make love a transformative force in the world? How do we make it real? We’ll explore a few ideas. This sermon also begins a series on “How to Love.”
As we kick off our annual stewardship campaign and canvass, let us explore a few ideas about giving and benevolence.
Rev. Xolani is away attending a Unitarian Universalist Association meeting in Dallas, Tx. Please come and listen to our dynamic guest minister, the Rev. Warren Robinson, Pastor of Owen Chapel A.M.E. Church of Alamogordo, who also happens to be a great singer! Rev. Robinson’s sermon will … read more.
The sermon will offer a glimpse of our newly settled minister. He will tell some stories from his life and invite you to guess which ones are true or not.
This sermon explores how our individual pursuits form our collective identity. It also lays out Rev. Xolani’s vision for the Unitarian Universalist Church of Las Cruces and how we all can participate in shared ministry.
Who are Hispanics and what do they bring to the table? Our second principle calls us to “Justice, equity and compassion in human relations.” How are we as Unitarian Universalists stepping up to achieve our 2nd principle.