First Congregational UCC, Albuquerque

First Congregational United Church of Christ is an open and affirming, peace with justice congregation.

Welcome to the First Congregational United Church of Christ, Albuquerque page! If you would like more information about our church, please see our webstite: http://www.firstuccabq.org or call the church office at (505) 265-5749.

Join us for worship on Sunday, May 10 at 10:30 as we experience the Divine Feminine with Rhonda Newby-Torres preaching.

[05/07/20]   Dear Beloved,

It seems as if we are settling into a new church rhythm. I am aware of talk around the country about returning to church buildings. The Governor of Indiana said the church can resume as test sites. I am deeply committed to health and life over getting together. I miss seeing you all so much, but when we gather again, I want everyone to have that opportunity. I am not willing to put anyone’s life at risk nor am I willing to come back together as an experiment. We need to come back together when it is safe to do so. I included some articles in Signposts this month about this topic. We would like to have some conversations about what our next steps might look like and welcome your voice. If you would like to be part of those conversations, please let me know.

The Ministry Leadership Team has determined that our May 31st Spring Business Meeting will take place after worship by Zoom. We want everyone to have the option of participating and know that Zoom is not an option for all. We are looking into ways to include everyone and want to hear from you about this.

May 31st is also Pentecost Sunday! You may remember the story (Acts 2:1-21) is when the Spirit blows among a group of scared followers and suddenly people are speaking in many languages. If you speak a second language, please let me know. We want to include you in this service.

We Need YOU!
Here are ways you can help with worship right now:

Please send pictures or short videos for us to include in worship. Here is what we are looking for the next few weeks:
Sun May 10 Rhonda Newby-Torres will be preaching about the Feminine Divine. Send us pictures of what comes to mind when you hear the words Feminine Divine.
Sun May 17 we will kick off the process to become a WISE congregation. Read more about that below. Gordon Street will be our guest preacher. Gordon is a minister commissioned by the Southwest Conference. We want to consider what wellness looks like for us and what may tip us off balance. Send us pictures of both and know that pictures with you in them are even better!

We want to hear what the church means to you. Send us an audio or video recording. We would love to include your story in our service.
We are always happy to see pictures of you and what you are doing in this pandemic!
All pictures need to be submitted no later than 5 pm on Thursday evening. Send them to me.

We would also love to have you share music you have recorded (audio or video).

We would love help sorting and labeling pictures for worship each week.

Do you have any technical skills you can share to help us produce worship? Please let us know if you do.

Some of you are asking how you can help. It may be that you have skills that we can use, and we don’t know about them. If you have an idea or a talent you can offer, please offer it and we will see if we can find a way to use it. The church needs us all now more than ever.

This coming Sunday in Worship we welcome Rhonda Newby-Torres as our preacher. A few weeks ago, Martha Phillips wrote a joke in the comments about Rhonda should consider seminary. It occurred to me that you may not be aware of Rhonda’s status. She will finish seminary in the next several months and will begin the process to be ordained in the UCC. She is a doing wonderful ministry and I am excited as she moves toward ordination! Rhonda has studied the divine feminine and I asked her to preach on this topic. I am excited to hear her sermon and it is our hope to have her preach quarterly. Her scriptures this week are Psalm 31:1-5, 15-16 and Matthew 23:37.

I am now doing a Monday morning drop in time via Zoom. I invite you to join me between 10 am and 12 pm on Mondays.

Please know that you are in my prayers. I want to hear from you and know how you are doing.

“See” you Sunday!
Sue

p.s. Currently, Paul Morbitzer, Valerie Griego, and I are working from home. You can reach any of us by email and you can call me if you need anything. All of our staff is working hard to keep things running smoothly.

Sunday Worship Information:
Sunday Services are found on our church page: https://www.facebook.com/1stCongregationalUCCABQ/

One of the fun things that has happened is friends are joining us for worship. You can help by hosting a “Watch Party”. Share the official Facebook post of the service from the church’s page to your own news feed. When it appears, you will see an option to “host a watch party.” When the service begins to play, press watch party option, and it will play live on your news feed. It is a way for us to share our service with others.

After worship, we are going to do an Online Zoom Fellowship.

WISE Words
Hello friends! We now have a WISE Congregation page on the First Congregational UCC’s website. You can find the link in the “Church Life” tab or click here to open the page: http://firstuccabq.org/wise-congregation. The page provides background information about becoming WISE and two very valuable links to Albuquerque and Rio Rancho area community resources for self-care, counseling, crisis care, advocacy, food, shelter, and caregiver support to name a few!

Becoming a WISE Congregation is an intentional process that we have only just begun! We are in the “information gathering and dissemination” phase of this process with the current goal of educating ourselves and the church about mental health and wellness, stigmas related to mental illness, and increasing access to community resources and information. Many questions and concerns will undoubtedly rise to the surface and we hope to address these as we move forward to the hopeful creation of a WISE Covenant unique to our church and community.

Please contact Deborah Hill at [email protected] for more information, questions, or concerns!


Reasons not to despair during the Covid 19 pandemic
Here we are in week 5 of the pandemic shutdown with the announcement from Governor Lujan that the shutdown has been extended till at least May 15. As this unprecedented financial, emotional and physical crisis continues, it is difficult to see anything positive happening during this time. Many of us get caught up in the fear and feel isolated and alone. I think back to 9/11 and for weeks all we saw and heard about was the World Trade Center catastrophe. The effect it had on our collective psyche was devastating. And today we are once again in danger of being overwhelmed by all of the depressing news we are being bombarded with hourly. The resulting depression that can result is a real concern because we've known for decades that our emotional and mental well-being can have a dramatic effect on our physical well-being as well.

So how can we avoid falling into the depression trap? Acknowledge that we can't control all the events in our lives, but we CAN always control how we react to these events. And remember that there is always a positive for every negative. Here are a few of the positives occurring around the world: Click here to read more:https://mcusercontent.com/696cb3f00a401cca67c2ccc1d/files/53dca432-3252-4591-950a-ef5ff5794a5f/ucc_mid_week_message.pdf


Me and White Supremacy Study
This study was in the works to begin this month. We are encouraging you to purchase a copy of the book by Layla Saad and begin studying it on your own this month. If you are interested in doing this with a group, please let me know and we will plan a time to get started.

YOU CAN HELP!
Our outreach programs to assist those in need such as Sandwiches for the Hungry and Project Share are in urgent need of your financial help. PLEASE go to the FCUCC website, click on GIVING, and choose your method of donating via VANCO (Feeding the Hungry), VENMO, PAYPAL, APPLE & GOOGLE PLAY (General Donation).

Our ABQFAITHWORKS social worker also needs urgent help to assist those affected by the Pandemic. You can donate directly by going to the ABQFAITHWORKS website: https://www.abqfaithworks.org

The NAVAJO NATION also needs urgent help. You can donate financially by PayPal at otcircusgmail.com (type Navajo/Native American donation fund). You can also donate needed items (toilet paper, cleaning supplies, face masks, canned/dry foods, bottled water, art supplies, dvds) at OT CIRCUS, 709 Central Ave NW, Monday's 1-4 pm, Wednesday's & Friday's 1-2 pm. If you need someone to pick up and deliver your donations, let Sue know.
Thank you for your help!


Children, Youth, and Family News
We have learned so much over the last month! How to write, direct and perform in videos; How to organize and host Zoom meetings; and how to reach out to each other in times of uncertainty. It was a big learning curve, but I'm so proud of all of us! In less than 1 month we completely transitioned to online worship services, music, Sunday School, Confirmation Classes, Fellowship and so much more! We have so much to be thankful for! Here are some of the wonderful things that Children, Youth and Families Ministry is up to:

We are hosting a weekly Sunday School online group for Kindergarten through 5th grade at 9:30am. In this gathering we focus on putting more love, joy and hope out into the world. Each week the kids do something creative and share it with the class. So far they have done sidewalk chalk pictures, painted windows, put teddy bears out for teddy bear hunts, written letters to loved ones and much more! It is truly a joy to hear how each of them is making the world a better place each week. (Please contact Rhonda for a Zoom invite you have not already received one.)

Our confirmation class, "Faith Formation" is meeting every other Sunday at 2:00pm on Zoom. Our youth and mentors are working together through the "Affirming Faith" curriculum and learning how to draw closer to God during these tough times.

In addition, we have our very own Facebook group dedicated to the children and youth (FCUCC Abq Children and Youth Care Group). Here we post ideas, article and videos on various wonderful things for youth. We also post ideas on how to connect with God, nature and your neighbor each week and ask for photos to inspire each other. It's a great way to stay connected and keep up with everything that is happening in the Children, Youth and Families Ministry. (Please join if you haven't already done so!

And last but definitely not least, we are still hosting a very special Children's Time during the worship service. Please join us each Sunday as the adventure continues!

If you have more ideas on how to stay connected and support our children and families, please contact me anytime. It is a pleasure to be a part of such a loving and supportive community.

Blessings to you and your loved ones,
Rhonda Newby-Torres
Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries
First Congregational United Church of Christ
(505) 615-2688 [email protected]
*My current work schedule is Thurs, Fri and Sun. If you need to talk with me outside of those days, please feel free to call or text me at the number listed above anytime.


Fair Trade Coffee
If you are missing Fair Trade Coffee (yes, many consider it essential!), please contact Paul Morbitzer to arrange a time to purchase coffee or other Fair Trade items.

How to Support the Church
We are grateful for your generous support as we continue to fulfill our mission. You can mail in a check (we are checking mail and making deposits), have a check sent from your bank, or give online through our website http://firstuccabq.org/give, you can give by text using the number (202) 858-1233, then text FCUCC. This will take you to Venmo. If you are in a position to prepay (some or all of) your annual giving intention, we welcome that. We are happy to accept any additional support as we prepare for what may be a long time until we gather in person.

As you are purchasing from Amazon, consider using Amazon Smile. We receive a percentage of purchases. Go to: https://smile.amazon.com then choose First Congregational Church.


Save it for the Garage Sale
Many people are taking advantage of this shelter in place time as a time to clean closets, drawers, garages, etc. If you are doing that, please remember that we will have a garage sale someday. If you can hold on to your stuff to donate, that would be great! We don’t sell clothes. We are happy to have furniture, household items, electronics, books, and toys.

Where Will You Serve When We Come Back Together?
It is hard to imagine what life will be like when we return to our building again. We do want to be well prepared to continue ministry and we are seeking each of you to be part of that. We are currently putting together our teams and committees for the coming year and we need you. We would like to have you serve in a place that is a good fit. Please be in touch with Sue or a member of the Ministry Leadership Team to talk about where you might serve in the coming year. Everyone is welcome and needed!

Mark Your Calendars:
May 11 – Zoom Chat time with Sue from 10 am – 12 pm
May 13 – Zoom Text Study 10:30 – 11:45 am
May 17 – WISE Mental Health Sunday
May 31 – Pentecost Sunday Spring Annual Meeting by Zoom after Worship

[email protected] or 265-5749
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/First-Congregational-UCC-Albuquerque/141821069198736?ref=hl
Check out our website: http://firstuccabq.org

Vote by Mail:
Our upcoming June 2 primary is fast approaching, and the truth is, the extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic will be affecting this state is still to be determined. Our governor and local leadership are taking it in their hands to protect us and establish protocol and support, but we must be prepared and ready to cast our vote in whatever way possible.

So what’s the best way to be sure your voice is heard? Vote by mail!

Here in New Mexico, we have a tremendous advantage in that we have plenty of time to plan and handle this situation. New Mexico’s “no-fault” absentee balloting allows a mail-in ballot to be requested for any reason.

What we can control right now is keeping ourselves safe and taking measures to vote early.
Please be aware that the final day to request an absentee ballot is May 28.
Click here to request a ballot.

A cool sign from First Congregational in Madison, Wisconsin (Ruth Striegel's home church)!

You are welcome here

First Congregational United Church of Christ, Albuquerque

Worship 5.3.20

You Are Welcome Here

Worship, May 3, 2020, 10:30 a.m.

[05/01/20]   We want to hear from our FCUCC community:
What aspects of our community are you missing most these days?
What are you liking best about the new way things are unfolding?
What can we do better?
What gifts do you have that you can contribute to our new "normal"?

[04/30/20]   Please post prayer requests for Sunday May 10 in the comments below (before Thursday)

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ANOTHER SCAM!! I'm so sorry, it is not from me. Please do not click on the link! Note the return email address. It is a scam! - Sue

From: Sue Joiner
Date: April 29, 2020 at 11:03:57 AM MDT
To: you
Subject: Fwd: from SUE JOINER

On Wednesday, April 29, 2020 10:56 AM, Sue Joiner wrote:
Should have sent this earlier, I'm so sorry http://www.7c5j.gpbomh.info/

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[04/29/20]   Dear Beloved,

Today is Administrative Professionals Day! Join me in thanking Paul Morbitzer for being the best Administrative Professional there is! We are so fortunate to have Paul!

Congratulations to Deborah Hill who was unanimously approved for Ordained Ministerial Standing in the UCC! This is a BIG deal! All we need to do now is celebrate which is difficult since we cannot be together in person. Please join me in congratulating Deborah!

I am enjoying worshipping with you each week. Part of what makes worship moving is having so many of you participate. We want to see your faces and your lives each week. Please send pictures or short videos for us to include in worship. Here is what we are looking for the next few weeks:
Sun May 3 we will read the Walk to Emmaus Story and Psalm 23. Please send pictures of paths, tables, and/or moments that remind you of sacred conversations. Most of these likely happened before social distancing. However, some of us are finding ways to have sacred conversations, walks, meals in the midst of this pandemic. Send us pictures and it is great if you are in them!
Sun May 10 Rhonda Newby-Torres will be preaching about the Feminine Divine. Send us pictures of what comes to mind when you hear the words Feminine Divine.

We want to hear what the church means to you. Send us an audio or video recording. We would love to include your story in our service.

We are always happy to see pictures of you and what you are doing in this pandemic!
All pictures need to be submitted no later than 5 pm on Thursday evening. Send them to me by email or text.

We would also love to have you share music you have recorded (audio or video).

This coming Sunday in Worship we will celebrate communion. Please gather whatever you wish to use for communion elements ahead of time. You may choose to light a candle as well. We will read Psalm 23 and Luke 24:13-35. I am thinking about sacred conversations that happen on walks/hikes or around tables. While we cannot do that now, we are creating new ways to have those conversations. I hope you will share what you are doing with us and join us for worship at 10:30 am Sunday. All are welcome!

Here are ways you can support the church in a time of pandemic. We are operating with about $16,000 deficit right now. We have an emergency fund that you can contribute to and we will use funds from that to support individuals and missions that need extra support. You might consider contributing some or all of your stimulus check if you don’t need it. Read more about supporting the church below.

I am now doing a Monday morning drop in time via Zoom. I invite you to join me between 10 am and 12 pm on Mondays.

Please know that you are in my prayers. I want to hear from you and know how you are doing.

“See” you Sunday!
Sue

p.s. Currently, Paul Morbitzer, Valerie Griego, and I are working from home. You can reach any of us by email and you can call me if you need anything. All of our staff is working hard to keep things running smoothly.

Sunday Worship Information:
Sunday Services are found on our church page: https://www.facebook.com/1stCongregationalUCCABQ/

One of the fun things that has happened is friends are joining us for worship. You can help by hosting a “Watch Party”. Share the official Facebook post of the service from the church’s page to your own news feed. When it appears, you will see an option to “host a watch party.” When the service begins to play, press watch party option, and it will play live on your news feed. It is a way for us to share our service with others.

After worship, we are going to do an Online Zoom Fellowship. All are invited to stop in and say hello.

UNMH Meal
In just one week from the announcement in the Mid Week Message, $320.00 was received to help cover the cost of feeding 50 staff at UNMH. If you had planned on donating but hadn’t yet, let Wendy Tanner know at [email protected]. Thank You!

YOU CAN HELP!
Our outreach programs to assist those in need such as Sandwiches for the Hungry and Project Share are in urgent need of your financial help. PLEASE go to the FCUCC website, click on GIVING, and choose your method of donating via VANCO (Feeding the Hungry), VENMO, PAYPAL, APPLE & GOOGLE PLAY (General Donation).

Our ABQFAITHWORKS social worker also needs urgent help to assist those affected by the Pandemic. You can donate directly by going to the ABQFAITHWORKS website: https://www.abqfaithworks.org

The NAVAJO NATION also needs urgent help. You can donate financially by PayPal at otcircusgmail.com (type Navajo/Native American donation fund). You can also donate needed items (toilet paper, cleaning supplies, face masks, canned/dry foods, bottled water, art supplies, dvds) at OT CIRCUS, 709 Central Ave NW, Monday's 1-4 pm, Wednesday's & Friday's 1-2 pm. If you need someone to pick up and deliver your donations, let Sue know.
Thank you for your help!


Tomato Sale Cancelled
We are so sad to announce that the Heirloom Tomato Plant Fundraiser has been cancelled due to quarantine restrictions. However, you can still order curb-side delivery of your favorite heirloom tomatoes, herbs and flower baskets directly from East Central Ministries! Please consider ordering from this amazing local, organic, non-profit organization! https://www.eastcentralministries.org/plant-varieties.aspx


Children, Youth, and Family News
We have learned so much over the last month! How to write, direct and perform in videos; How to organize and host Zoom meetings; and how to reach out to each other in times of uncertainty. It was a big learning curve, but I'm so proud of all of us! In less than 1 month we completely transitioned to online worship services, music, Sunday School, Confirmation Classes, Fellowship and so much more! We have so much to be thankful for! Here are some of the wonderful things that Children, Youth and Families Ministry is up to:

We are hosting a weekly Sunday School online group for Kindergarten through 5th grade at 9:30am. In this gathering we focus on putting more love, joy and hope out into the world. Each week the kids do something creative and share it with the class. So far they have done sidewalk chalk pictures, painted windows, put teddy bears out for teddy bear hunts, written letters to loved ones and much more! It is truly a joy to hear how each of them is making the world a better place each week. (Please contact Rhonda for a Zoom invite you have not already received one.)

Our confirmation class, "Faith Formation" is meeting every other Sunday at 2:00pm on Zoom. Our youth and mentors are working together through the "Affirming Faith" curriculum and learning how to draw closer to God during these tough times.

In addition, we have our very own Facebook group dedicated to the children and youth (FCUCC Abq Children and Youth Care Group). Here we post ideas, article and videos on various wonderful things for youth. We also post ideas on how to connect with God, nature and your neighbor each week and ask for photos to inspire each other. It's a great way to stay connected and keep up with everything that is happening in the Children, Youth and Families Ministry. (Please join if you haven't already done so!

And last but definitely not least, we are still hosting a very special Children's Time during the worship service. Please join us each Sunday as the adventure continues!

If you have more ideas on how to stay connected and support our children and families, please contact me anytime. It is a pleasure to be a part of such a loving and supportive community.

Blessings to you and your loved ones,
Rhonda Newby-Torres
Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministries
First Congregational United Church of Christ
(505) 615-2688 [email protected]
*My current work schedule is Thurs, Fri and Sun. If you need to talk with me outside of those days, please feel free to call or text me at the number listed above anytime.


Fair Trade Coffee
If you are missing Fair Trade Coffee (yes, many consider it essential!), please contact Paul Morbitzer to arrange a time to purchase coffee or other Fair Trade items.

How to Support the Church
We are grateful for your generous support as we continue to fulfill our mission. You can mail in a check (we are checking mail and making deposits), have a check sent from your bank, or give online through our website http://firstuccabq.org/give, you can give by text using the number (202) 858-1233, then text FCUCC. This will take you to Venmo. If you are in a position to prepay (some or all of) your annual giving intention, we welcome that. We are happy to accept any additional support as we prepare for what may be a long time until we gather in person.

As you are purchasing from Amazon, consider using Amazon Smile. We receive a percentage of purchases. Go to: https://smile.amazon.com then choose First Congregational Church.

Save it for the Garage Sale
Many people are taking advantage of this shelter in place time as a time to clean closets, drawers, garages, etc. If you are doing that, please remember that we will have a garage sale someday. If you can hold on to your stuff to donate, that would be great! We don’t sell clothes. We are happy to have furniture, household items, electronics, books, and toys.

Where Will You Serve When We Come Back Together?
It is hard to imagine what life will be like when we return to our building again. We do want to be well prepared to continue ministry and we are seeking each of you to be part of that. We are currently putting together our teams and committees for the coming year and we need you. We would like to have you serve in a place that is a good fit. Please be in touch with Sue or a member of the Ministry Leadership Team to talk about where you might serve in the coming year. Everyone is welcome and needed!

Let’s continue to keep the conversation going!
Don’t we miss seeing each other? One on One Conversations may be a remedy. In these potentially isolating times, conversing with each other is a source of support, encouragement and fun. Even remotely, we can laugh together and enjoy each other’s “company.”

Would you consider engaging in a phone call or video chat with someone from our Conversation Team? If so, please contact Dave or Sue P. We will take your contact information and answer any and all questions. A member of our Team will then be in touch.


Mark Your Calendars:
May 4 – Zoom Chat time with Sue from 10 am – 12 pm
May 6 – Zoom Text Study 10:30 – 11:45 am
May 17 – WISE Mental Health Sunday
May 31 – Pentecost Sunday Spring Annual Meeting by Zoom after Worship


[email protected] or 265-5749
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/First-Congregational-UCC-Albuquerque/141821069198736?ref=hl
Check out our website: http://firstuccabq.org

Vote by Mail:
Our upcoming June 2 primary is fast approaching, and the truth is, the extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic will be affecting this state is still to be determined. Our governor and local leadership are taking it in their hands to protect us and establish protocol and support, but we must be prepared and ready to cast our vote in whatever way possible.

So what’s the best way to be sure your voice is heard? Vote by mail!

Here in New Mexico, we have a tremendous advantage in that we have plenty of time to plan and handle this situation. New Mexico’s “no-fault” absentee balloting allows a mail-in ballot to be requested for any reason.

What we can control right now is keeping ourselves safe and taking measures to vote early.
Please be aware that the final day to request an absentee ballot is May 28.
Click here to request a ballot.

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2801 Lomas Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM
87106

General information

An open and affirming, peace with justice congregation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Service on Sunday starts at 10:30am

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 15:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 15:00
Thursday 08:00 - 15:00
Friday 09:00 - 15:00
Sunday 10:30 - 11:30
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