Please Join Us!
Furry Friends and Turtles Too!
Free, Fun, Family-Friendly
Animal Advocacy Event
Watermelon Mountain Ranch
Adoption and Vaccination Clinic & United Blood Services Blood Drive
Learn about the care of some creatures with whom we share the planet from:
Rio Grande Turtle and Tortoise Club
Prairie Dog Pals with a Prairie Dog
Read to the Dogs Team of SW Canine Corp of Volunteers
Animal Protection of New Mexico
New Mexico House Rabbit Society with Bunnies
Alpaca Hair Craft Demo by Humming Desert Alpaca Ranch
Face painting, craft activities, and door prizes too!
We are very excited about this animal ministry event at UUWC!
Please help us spread the word and let us know how else you’d like to be involved.
If you would like a PDF of our promotional material to post, email Barbara
For other questions or information , contact
Bram or Roxey Cast-Hect, Nancy Pekara Gardiner, Barbara Carey, or Rev. Nancy
United Blood Services
The only collector and provider in New Mexico
Here are the guidelines if you are interested in donating blood,
Bring your ID
Drink plenty of fluids
16-17 year olds can donate with parental signature
No upper age limit
Call for an appointment or walk in
Procedure takes 30 – 40 minutes total, including paperwork
For appointment or information, call Amber at 505-313-5784
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 6 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.
During World War II, Martha and Waitstill Sharp helped hundreds of people escape from Nazi persecution.
Join us in the Sanctuary to view their story.
Join an American couple’s courageous mission in 1939 to help refugees escape Nazi-occupied Europe.
Over the course of two years, the pair will risk their lives so that hundreds can live in freedom.
A new film by Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky.
Please join us after the film for potluck supper
and stimulating conversation
Presented by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee