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A question often asked of Unitarian Universalist is: "If you don't all believe in the same God, what are you worshiping?" The word "worship," though, comes from "worth-ship." In our congregations, worship is not about bowing down to a deity, but instead, considering what is of worth. Worship, then, is our opportunity to contemplate what is most worthy in our lives, to discover anew what we value most deeply, to recognize how to align our true values with our actions—indeed, to find what is sacred to us in our lives and to consider how we wish to relate to what we find sacred. Unitarian Universalism is an inclusive, diverse faith that draws from all the world’s religions, as well as humanism, philosophy, and science.
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Miguel is a lay-led fellowship located in a celebrated artist colony and World Heritage site in the heart of Central Mexico, just a few hours north of Mexico City.
We meet every Sunday at 10:30am in the Atrium Sala of La Posada de la Aldea, Ancha de San Antonio 15 (directly across from the Instituto Allende). Everyone is welcome.
Join us on Sunday, December 23 at 10:30am for an outstanding cast of acclaimed performers from the US and San Miguel musical community as they present songs and piano music to celebrate the hope and magic of the holiday season. This much-anticipated service of the season is the fourth annual at the UU Fellowship.
This mostly-music service will feature:
Pianist Malcolm Halliday, most recently director of Arts on the Green, a concert series at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury, MA, where he served as Minister of Music for 28 years before retiring last year to San Miguel.
An actor by training, countertenor Don Krim’s vocal performances are all too rare in San Miguel. He has performed solo concerts and with orchestras in the U.S., Germany, Austria, Spain, Finland, Turkey and Mexico.
Multi-talented San Miguel native Mario Adrian Moya Acosta is a pianist, harpsichordist, organist, composer, professor and researcher.
Michael Moore is currently serving in his 51st season as Principal Tuba with the Grammy-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, with whom he has performed on more than 90 recordings and dozens of national and international tours.
Nationally recognized as a pioneer among chamber musicians, Paula Peace was the pianist and founding Artistic Director of the acclaimed Atlanta Chamber Players for almost 40 seasons before retiring to San Miguel in 2015.
This service always attracts a large crows, so come early to get a good seat!