Caring Network

What is the First U Caring Network?

First Unitarian’s Caring Network is our culture of abundant care and love. It is all the ways we care for each other, from asking “how are you” on Sunday morning (and really listening!) to bringing food to sick friends, visiting each other in the hospital, and more.

We are all the Caring Network.

What is the Care Team?

The Care Team is the most formal expression of First Unitarian’s culture of abundant care and love. Our trained visitors provide compassionate, respectful listening and other assistance to members of our community in need and celebration. If you have a new baby or a broken hip, a lost loved one or another significant life change or transition, we’re here: to visit you, to say congrats, to pick up a prescription or bring you a meal. And most importantly to just listen, with caring and respect. To let you know that your church cares about you.

Contact the Care Team coordinator anytime at caring@uuabq.org, by filling out a card in the pew backs or the Candle Corner, or by calling the church office at 884-1801.

Our Care Team

    Anna Watkins

      Arne Gullerud

        Kristin Satterlee

          Lynne Patton

            Marian Kraai

              Mary Ready

                Nancy Bowen

                  Sheryl Guterl

                  The Caring Network also includes…

                  Friendship Ministry

                  to connect isolated community members and remind them of the love and care of their spiritual home.

                  Sol Singers

                  to provide the solace and uplift of song to members who are unwell or in hospital or hospice.

                  Caring Cooks

                  to provide healthy, delicious meals to members in need or celebration.

                  … and YOU!

                  If you would like to join in service to one of these Caring Network ministries, please contact the Care Coordinator at caring@uuabq.org.

                  Are you a community member looking for more help with housing, clothing, food, or transportation? Click here for a printable list of available resources.