Tania Márquez

Rev. Tania, wearing a black clergy robe and purple stole, smiles in front of a textured brick wall.

Rev. Tania Yadira Márquez (she/ella) is an ordained UU minister, Spiritual Director, and Hospital Chaplain. Her ministry is influenced by her immigrant and fronteriza experiences. Tania strongly believes in the healing power of words, movement, community, and ritual.

From Tania Márquez

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In the weaving of our story to the web of life, we must remember that we must not cut the strings, for there are others coming after us.

Affirmation | By Tania Márquez | November 6, 2019 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: Calling, Commitment, Direct Experience, Generations, Prophetic Words & Deeds, Purpose, Service, Solidarity

Do not fear agitation, for agitation is the rhythm of life itself; to be put into motion, to be stirred. Do not fear the movements that decenter what you always thought permanent. You carry within the center of your understanding, the compass to show you the way. Carry with you the love that will...

Blessing | By Tania Márquez | November 4, 2019 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: 4th Principle (Truth & Meaning), Activism, Conflict, Courage, Direct Experience, Fear, Humanism, Justice, Solidarity

Minister: The cultural and ethnical diversity in our region shapes our mission of providing religious education that is meaningful and relevant to our members and community. Our faith is a living one, co-created by the promises we make and keep. It is enlivened when we lift up all of the voices,...

Ritual | By Katie Romano Griffin, Tania Márquez | September 18, 2019 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: Children, Direct Experience, Homecoming / Ingathering, Leadership, Unitarian Universalism

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