Next Sunday’s Service

  • Join us for a Fellowship Service, led by Judie Blanchard with Worship Associate Chris Coyle this Sunday at 10 am via Zoom. Our popular and participatory connection circles encourage participants to reflect on and discuss significant life topics. Connection circles are great places to get [...]

Sunday Morning Services

During this time of social distancing, TRUU is committed to providing every-Sunday services online at 10 am. Open the individual service listing here. The links for Sunday broadcasts will also be included in the weekly newsletters; the sign-up is at the bottom of this page. If you have trouble getting into the Zoom meeting, email truu.office@gmail.com. More help here.

Rev. Nathan Woodliff-Stanley

The Rev. Nathan Woodliff Stanley returns to our virtual pulpit to preach once each month. You can watch Rev. Nathan's most recent service here on Facebook. You can also meet Rev. Nathan via Zoom in his monthly evening spiritual group. You will find the schedule for both Sunday morning and evening services in "Upcoming Events" directly below this paragraph.

Social Justice at TRUU

TRUU's climate service mentioned a fossil fuel divestment petition to the City of Aspen; here's the link for it. In addition to holding monthly social justice services, TRUU works with Extended Table and participates in the Mountain Voices Project. We have used our parsonage to provide sanctuary. We also participate in campaigns of the Unitarian Universalist Association and the UU Service Committee.

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Why I Like TRUU…

I have been a UU in many places, for many years. I have found TRUU to be the friendliest congregation ever! When we first visited, not even sure if we were definitely moving here, we walked away with three different dinner invitations. We’re blessed to now have a wonderful minister in residence, outstanding worship every Sunday, a reputation for social justice that stretches beyond our valley, and a growing music program. And with it all, I have never felt so completely enfolded in loving community.