Welcome to the United Church of Santa Fe!

The United Church of Santa Fe is a “uniting” as well as United Church. We welcome people from many different backgrounds. Deeply rooted in the Christian tradition, we also affirm God’s inclusive love for all people, regardless of race, color, or creed.

Every Sunday morning--and in the week between--we seek to live out that love through engaging worship, inspiring music, education for all ages, and outreach to the wider community.

We invite you to explore life and faith with us!


Rev. Talitha Arnold and Rev. Brandon Johnson

Sundays at United

8:30 Contemplative Communion

11:00 "Rejoice and Respond" Morning Worship


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  The United Church is almost wholly sustained by the donations of members and friends. With your generosity, the United Church continues to grow, sharing the life-giving power of God's love with an ever-wider circle.


8:30 Outdoor Communion for All Ages
10:00 Worship Service with Santa Fe Opera Apprentices;
Children's Ministry and Creation Awareness
11:15 Adult Forum and Childcare
(through Labor Day Sunday, August 31)

July 27 - What Can Separate Us?

  In First Kings, the great King Solomon prays to God for wisdom. More than riches or power, it's what he needed most-and he trusted God to provide it. (I Kings 3:5-12) Paul's letter to the Roman church comes from a very different setting--a prison cell shortly before his execution. Yet like the powerful king, the imprisoned apostle boldly affirms his faith-that there is nothing in life or death, powers or principalities, nothing in all creation that can separate us from the love of God. Both Solomon's prayer and Paul's affirmation are powerful statements of faith that can also embolden us. Yet where does such faith come from? How do we cultivate such faith?

Santa Fe Opera Apprentices

On Sundays through August 24 a guest singer from the Santa Fe Opera Apprentice program is the soloist in the 10:00 service.

“... I was a stranger and you welcomed me.”
Matt. 25:35