Meet Our Summer Musician-in-Residence

Sophia Miller is delighted to join Foothills Unitarian this summer. Sophia is a member of the First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn, New York, where she serves on the music team under the direction of Adam Podd, enjoying her role as a conductor, songleader, and singer, and filling in as substitute music director when needed. […]

The Nature of Being

https://youtu.be/VqGjZUxcsoI Dear ones:   It is the time of year where being outside feels like sanctuary. When the trails call to us, and the rivers, and the garden. Even our new building can’t compare to the wisdom, healing, and renewal of the natural world (although our big windows looking out on the foothills do help!). […]

Sermon: Tough Love Saves Us All by Rev. Gretchen Haley

Sermon Text (scroll down to find a video of the sermon): When my partner and I were first together, our parents used to talk about us with their straight friends and co-workers by making sure they knew that we were “just like everyone else.” “You know,” they’d say, “they pay their taxes.”  This desire to point […]

Whatever you’re feeling, it’s okay.

Dear Friends, I know, it’s not exactly news that Larimer County’s infection rates have been rising exponentially, or that we were headed for an increased degree of shutting down. Actually, many of us have been hoping for this sort of action for a while. And STILL, there was something about the reality of it all […]

“Maybe” A Message From Tanner

I want to start this letter with my most sincere gratitude and praise. I have only been a part of this community for a few months, but I’ve learned so much from all of you. I’ve seen immeasurable graciousness, love, support, and care, not only to me but to each other. This type of fierce and unwavering compassion is rare and awe-inspiring.

Making a Difference in Fort Collins

One highlights of my sabbatical was my participation in a series of conversations convened by the Colorado Trust. For the last ten years, the Trust has been working in rural communities across Northern Colorado, and is now interested in bringing their organizing and funding into Fort Collins.

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