WUULF 2022

Back To Our Roots

June 20th-26th

The Western Unitarian Universalist Life Festival
We are a friendly, intergenerational camp seeking to build a close knit community in which we can live out our UU principles an purposes —a place where participants of all ages can spend time focusing on their own interests, and spend time together. We are a loving community from a diverse set of age groups, backgrounds, and cultures who gather at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, New Mexico each year to express our appreciation for each other and our world. We would love to see you there for our relaxing, rejuvenating, and above all, welcoming, week in the New Mexico sun!
About Our Organization
An elected, volunteer committee manages WUULF. The WUULF organization has been a member of the Council of Unitarian Universalist Camps and Conferences (CU2C2), but is not sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) or Ghost Ranch. WUULF welcomes all persons interested in attending.
Mission Statement
To sponsor and promote an annual event of one week's duration for the purpose of creating a community born of Unitarian Universalist values where earth centered awareness cultivates the celebration of diversity. The event will facilitate the individual and community's spiritual journey by providing workshops and outdoor activities.
WUULF Covenant
We at WUULF promote the following: To live the seven UU principles; to guide and care for all our children so that they may have a safe space to grow; to respect our hosts and our environment; to gain a better understanding of how each of us wants to be treated; to engender a sense of community by listening, inviting, volunteering, and showing up; and to celebrate our diversity while discovering our shared experiences and values.
WUULF 2022 Board Members
Ariel Stokes
Sarah Weed
Ghost Ranch and Beyond
Chris Johnson
Cindy Fesgen
Youth Programming
David Wells
Gary Reiser
WUULF 2022

It’s been 3 whole years since we have been able to join hands, sing, dance, or bask in the desert sun together. Let’s rebuild our community stronger than ever as we finally are able to hold WUULF once again. Join us June 20th-26 at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, New Mexico to celebrate together.

The Western Unitarian Universalist Life Festival (WUULF) is an annual 7 day gathering at the beautiful Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. The WUULF community has a long history, unique traditions, and is always looking to expand our community by inviting people to join in. This year we're hoping to get back to our roots, and focus on building our community and appreciating our time together.

Back To Our Roots

WUULF's theme this year will be Back To Our Roots. More than ever our time together should be cherished. Not only has our WUULF community been apart for nearly 3 years, but spending time together for the past 2 years has looked very different.

Getting back to our roots can mean slowing down, and appreciating who and what is here with you in the moment, or meditating on the value of the present.

Minister And Theme

WUULF will not have a dedicated community minister this year. At it's core, WUULF is about the community we are building and growing after being apart for so long. Part of our theme "Back To Our Roots" is about taking ownership of WUULF and making it our own once again. We will draw on our community wisdom to help with ministry this year.

WUULF 2022 will be having rotating community members leading our in gathering worships every morning following breakfast.

If you are interested in leading (or coleading) a worship, please contact the board by emailing wuulf@groups.io. We would love your help to make WUULF amazing!

Schedule Subject to Change

7 AM
8 AM
9 AM
10 AM
11 AM
12 PM
1 PM
2 PM
3 PM
4 PM
5 PM
6 PM
7 PM
8 PM
9 PM
10 PM
11 PM
12 AM
Registration @ Lower Pavilion
3 PM - 5 PM
Ghost Ranch Tour for New WUULFies, 5 PM - 5:30 PM
Dinner, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Orientation & Late Registration
7 PM - 9 PM
Ghost Ranch Quiet Hours Begin, 10 PM - 11 PM
Calendar Legend
Meal Community Early Risers Activity Ghost Ranch Activity Youth Programming