The Unity movement acknowledges the interdependence of all life and holds it sacred. It is a journey of spiritual relationships with Earth and its creatures. It is through awakened consciousness that we see everything as the presence of God.

Novella Keyler is our Earth Care Team Leader. We are already certified as a green church and want to do even more for own community and the wider community. If you are interested in joining our Earth Care Team, send an email to with “Earth Care” in the subject line. 


The EarthCare Team sponsored a Gala and raised over $4,700 for new side doors. These doors will conserve energy in cold and hot weather. We thank our partners who so generously gave time, funds, and donated supplies as well as items for the gala auction.


Our consciousness reveals that all of creation is connected as one. The story of creation reveals that we are to be good caregivers of the creation. As a people of faith, we commit to a renewed reverence for life and respect for the interdependent web of all existence.

We honor our spiritual commitment to the care, support and defense of the balance between our individual needs and those of nature.

We honor a world in which everything has intrinsic value and where all beings are assured a secure and meaningful life that is ecologically responsible and sustainable.

We agree to transform our individual and congregational lives into acts of moral witness, discarding harmful habits for new behaviors, sustaining the future of the planet for all creation while demonstrating our respect for this harmony and interconnectedness.

We declare our covenant with God to walk upon the Earth for the greatest good of all creation.

MEATLESS MONDAYS as presented by Gina Loveridge & our USCABQ Earth Care Team was a success. See Meatless Monday archives (link below) for many delicious and nutritious recipies.

Never has it been easier to eat less meat, or even to eliminate it entirely! 40+ years ago, there were few tasty options at the grocery store, and restaurants offered almost no choices, but BOY has that changed! There are many benefits to cutting down on the amount of meat you eat - for the environment, for your health, and for the animals.

          The USCABQ Earth Care Team hopes you will give it a try. You don't have to go cold turkey. Instead, try easing into meatless meals. Consider going meatless one day a week. If you don't like the idea of a whole day without meat, start with a couple of meatless dinners each week. Plan meals that feature your favorite entrees that are typically meatless, such as lasagna, soup or pasta salad. Click here for our recipe library. Did you know? Going meatless once a week saves 23,212 gallons of water per year, enough to feed 64 people!



Solid Waste Main Office                
Glass and regular recycling
4600 Edith NE  87107     505-761-8100

Grace Church                             
Glass and regular recycling
6901 San Antonio NE  87109 

Glass and regular recycling
8100 Ventura NE  87112

Eagle Rock Convenience Center                               
Glass and regular recycling
6301 Eagle Rock NE 
8 am-4:30 pm 7 days a week

Bear Canyon Senior Center  
Glass and regular recycling
4645 Pitt  NE                             

Balloon Fiesta Park                                                       
Regular recycling

9401 Balloon Museum NE                                          
bins on south side of park
8 am- 5 pm 7 days a week                                        
(unavailable during balloon fiesta)


West Mesa Community Center                                    
Glass and regular recycling
5500 Glenrio NW  87105  
7 am-8 pm M-F / 8 am- 1pm Sa
Taylor Ranch Community Center                                 
Glass and regular recycling
4900 Kachina  87120                           

Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center                         Glass and regular recycling
501 Elizabeth  SE   87123   
bins next to Little League fields                                          1st & 3rd Saturdays 8 am- 1pm

View a list of what can and cannot be recycled at