Welcome to First Unitarian

Welcome To First Unitarian

A Religiously Diverse Congregation With a Place for You




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We are a liberal religious community in Albuquerque, serving the needs of the Land of Enchantment.

We are a welcoming religious community

Our Mission

We, the members of First Unitarian, agree to:
• Promote the spiritual, intellectual, and personal growth of each member
• Minister to each other in an atmosphere of welcome, acceptance, and caring
• Be a positive force for social, environmental, and economic action
• Promote the wider understanding of our purposes and principles in the larger community
• Provide a dynamic religious education program for all ages
To these ends, we declare our commitment to the health and vitality of this liberal religious community.

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The Rev. Christine Robinson

Senior Minister

The Rev. Christine Robinson

It’s a great pleasure to welcome you to the Web site ministry of the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque! I hope that you will find the information and inspiration you’re seeking and will be able to join us in person for worship, classes, community, and service. This is an exciting, diverse congregation, and we aim to warmly welcome all who come to us. (more…)

    The Rev. Angela Herrera

    Senior Minister Elect

    The Rev. Angela Herrera

    ¡Bienvenidos! Welcome to First Unitarian. Whether you are joining us for the first time, or the first time in a long time, or as a regular part of this community, I am glad you are here. I invite you also to come in person for Sunday worship, a class, or to join us in working for social justice. (more…)


      Carlisle and Comanche
      3701 Carlisle Blvd NE | Albuquerque, NM | 87110
      phone (505) 884-1801 | fax (505) 884-6425

      5 Responses

      1. kilpatrick1 says:

        Like the windows/rainbow graphics at top of page. Layout looks clean and so far, easier to find. However, it is challenging to give you feedback, as links don’t seem to exist to things or I get booted out and have to start over. Is this me or the web site?
        When I did link to Social Justice Council – just got the old stuff, wrong info.

      2. kilpatrick1 says:

        devoted to “Love Beyond Belief” – sounds like a fundamentalist Christian slogan…….I don’t see this congregation as that touch-feely.

      3. briantankersley says:

        Would be great to see separate breakout pages for children’s programs & youth programs instead of lumping them together, perhaps even Mid-High & La Amikoj pages. Would be a terrific learning opportunity for youth reps for each of these groups to work with the webmaster to update their information.

      4. memdev says:

        The site as a whole is beautiful and clean, and I’m really excited about it!

        However, I’m a little concerned about the navigation. I find the functioning of the top-menu tabs and their drop-down menus confusing. If you click directly on the tabs, the results are inconsistent: Under “Support” you get nothing but a comment box, under “Connect” you get a menu, under “About Us” you get the Mission Covenant.

        Moreover, since the drop-down menus appear as soon as you mouse over the tabs (at least in Chrome on Windows), people may be unaware that they can click the tabs directly. That makes pages that are only accessible that way invisible, like the “Caring Community” page. If you’re just mousing over the tabs, you might think the only resource under “Care” is “Support Groups,” which would be unfortunate since those aren’t even in-house programs (and community is one of the biggest reasons people come to church).

        I think clicking on the top-level tabs, if it’s an option, should consistently lead you to a simple introductory page from which everything on the drop-down menu can be accessed. (Sort of like when you click on the “Connect” tab, only I’d reorganize that page to put the intro at the top.) Or something along those lines.

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