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Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Westside Congregation!

We celebrate diversity and share seven principles. Our congregation strives to nurture each others spirits and put faith into action through social justice work in our community and the world. click here to find out more about us >> or watch UU in 30 Seconds.

We hope you visit soon!

Adult Religious Education 

Sunday at 9:30 – 10:30 Discussion Group – Meet in the Library

Welcome to the lively discussion of our chosen book, “Humanist Voices in Unitarian Universalism”, a collection of essays characterizing the various aspects of historical and contemporary Humanism.

Sunday at 9:45 – 10:30 Native Spirituality Class – Meet in the Social Hall

Our class has morphed! We are moving into a broad discussion of spiritual reality that includes, but is not limited to Native traditions. We will be discussing our understanding of spiritual realities and practices and the need for discernment as to where we experience truth for ourselves and how we respect the truths of others. Look for us as “Spiritual Realities” in the future!


UUWC Peace Camp for Kids

Is currently in transition

Contact Laurel, (andersonlaurel17@gmail.com) for information.


Sunday Services

Sunday Services, 11:00 am

April   2     Fools R Us, Rev. Julia Fankuchen

April   9     High Hope, Rev. Dr. Nancy Hitt,

April 16     Easter, Rev. Dr. Nancy Hitt

April 23     I and Thou, Rev. Dr. Nancy Hitt, Charles Gurd

April 30     Anakin to Vader, Stacie Gebeke, Laurel Anderson


May   7      Spiral to You, Stacie Gebeke,

May 14      Flower Communion, Rev. Dr. Nancy Hitt, Stacie Gebeke


Upcoming Events

 Women’s Spirituality Group

The Women’s Spirituality Group gathered for their planning meeting to discuss where to go next.  Several suggestions were offered and the group chose to go with a video entitled

a one-woman play written and performed by

Carol Lynn Pearson

From the cover…

“Sixteen women from history speak their lives, a paleolithic woman, an Egyptian priestess, a biblical woman, a Gnostic woman, a medieval witch, a Shaker deaconess, and others.  Their dramatic stories show that the human family has always longed for its Mother in Heaven, has often exiled her, and is now inviting her to come home.”

The group is currently planning to spread out the viewing of the video over the next six weeks to allow for inspired discussion.

There is still time to participate in this event, please contact Rev. Nancy, 505-896-8182, if you can attend, or if you cannot but still wish to obtain this information and become a member.

The group will be meeting on Tuesday evenings at 7:00pm

It is our hope that the group will continue to grow over time, including new members and new materials. 




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