Scheduled Weekly Sunday Programs

The Unitarian Fellowship of Silver City invites a wide variety of speakers from both our congregation and from the community to give our Sunday presentations.

We welcome many points of view and enjoy diversity of opinion, knowledge and information. Join us on any Sunday for a thought-provoking topic and some fellowship with a conscious and humanitarian group of people. We serve coffee and snacks after each service. Services begin at 10 a.m. at The Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship of Silver City at 3845 N Swan St.




Program Presenter and Title

Mar 10th

Speaker: Diana Ingalls Leyba
"MRAC Youth Mural Program"
Diana directs the Mimbres Region Arts Council (MRAC) Youth Mural Program.  The goals of the MRAC Youth Mural Program are to teach students about the history and culture of their community, to connect students to their peers, local artists and community members, to teach students that public art can enrich and enhance the quality of life in their community, and to encourage students to engage in beautifying their community.  Diana will present a slide show of the work and suggest future projects. Nancy Cliff will Moderate. It is a Family Program Sunday  

Mar 17th
Speaker: Heidi Ogas
Faith:  You Better Believe it
This Sermon was written by her Heidi's stepfather, the Rev. Joseph Willis.  He explores the question, What do you believe faith is?, and discusses the conflict of faith and reason.  He states that even atheists can have a faith.  The sermon is based on his book , “Finding Faith in the Face of Doubt, A Guide for Contemporary Seekers.” Heidi Ogas will moderate. Childcare available.

Mar 24th
Speaker: Cecilia Bell and Doug Dinwiddie
Saving the Past for the Future:  A Visitor’s Guide to Fort Bayard National Historic Landmark They are President and VPresident of the Fort Bayard Historic Preservation Society, will present a Power Point video designed to introduce visitors to this historic landmark.  The 18 minute video offers a concise overview of the 153 year history of the frontier military post and hospital that has been an important part of New Mexico and the local story ever since its founding. The presentation touches on events, personalities, triumphs and tragedies that weave the tapestry of Southwestern history, and hopefully inspires the viewer to learn more about story.  The video will be a key attraction at the new Santa Clara/Historic Fort Bayard Visitors Center, which will open in the former Santa Clara National Guard Armory in March.  Nancy Stephens will moderate. It is a Family Program Sunday. This Sunday will also be a dedicated offering

Mar 31st
Speaker: Gaye Rock
Reiki, Animal Communication and Crystal Healing
Gaye is a Quadruple Reiki Master, crystal healer, and animal communicator for over 20 years.  She will share about her practice at the Rock Center; Holy Fire Reiki; and offer some stories from her years of experience. Carol Morrison will Moderate. Childcare available


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