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Unity Prayer Class

Rev. Gordon Keyler will teach this S.E.E. eligible class for 5 Wednesdays, choose 1 of 2 class sections to fit your schedule, 2:30 pm or 6:00 pm beginning January 11. In person or online; in-person preferred. Love offering. Sign up in the USCABQ foyer or email 

Tai Chi and Qigong Classes

9:30 - 10:30 am, Mondays and Wednesdays in the Sanctuary, Love Offering. No class Nov. 7 and Nov. 28 due to work being done in the building. The make up classes will be held on Friday, Nov. 11 and Friday, Nov. 25  instead of the usual day. After this, classes will return to the regular Monday and Wednesday schedule.

Do you want more energy, physical flexibility, increased emotional and physical benefits? Then, put on your comfortable clothes and come join us! This class taught by Sharon Maughan is based on very slow and controlled movements of the Chinese martial arts. Gentle and easy to learn. Any level of ability is welcome. No prior experience is necessary. Sharon has been practicing these movements for over 5 years and enthusiastically attests to their healing effects. Just a reminder: Doors close promptly at 9:30 am.



YFM youth (tiny through teens)

10:00 - 11:00 am, Sundays, Main Building Classrooms, 9800 Candelaria NE, Albuquerque, NM, 87112.

If you have any questions or your child(ren) are new to YFM, please contact: Amanda Replogle, Youth and Family Ministries Coordinator,  Come and join the fun! We are a welcoming, inclusive, spiritual home.

Reading Between the Lines Metaphysical Bible Study

8:30 - 9:30 am, Sundays, Online using Zoom; email the office for the link :, Love Offering. 

This is our oldest continuing group at USC ABQ! It is facilitated by Patrick Knight and Jay Pullen. We will be returning to in person gatherings in the future. From "We approach the Bible as the story of the spiritual development of our soul. Remember that New Thought teaches that all things we experience in life had their origin in thought; “we create our experiences by the activity of our thinking.” Metaphysical Bible students, therefore, relate each Bible story, and the characters and places in those stories, to their own development as spiritual beings.

Charles Fillmore wrote, “Apart from being a book of great historical and biographical interest, the Bible is, from Genesis to Revelation, in its inner or spiritual meaning, a record of the experiences and the development of the human soul.” The “theater” is in our consciousness, not in the biblical lands. Although the historical biblical story occurred long ago in the faraway biblical lands, when we do a metaphysical bible interpretation, all the action occurs in our consciousness. We do not metaphysically interpret historical events! What we metaphysically interpret are events in consciousness, in a belief that what occurred centuries ago is an expression of the same Divine Ideas that are now expressing in our own consciousness."