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    What is Your Legacy?

    Leaving a legacy to benefit our spiritual home is what we can aspire to whether it is a legacy of social justice, religious education, or spiritual development. Visit Legacy Giving under Stewardship to find out how you can help sustain our shared values. … [Read More...]

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    Welcomed for Who We Are

    Editor's Note:  Throughout the month of March 2015, we have asked congregation members to speak from the pulpit about their experiences at UCS, in conjunction with the Annual Giving Campaign.  The following testimonial, delivered on March 8, is from newer members Ronnie … [Read More...]

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    What Haunts Teenagers

    What Haunts Teenagers? We asked one of our youth leaders, Charlotte, to reflect on the theme for October 2014: Ghosts, aka regrets. What does regret look like to a teenager? Well, teenagers make a lot of mistakes- in fact, that’s what we are made for. Every … [Read More...]

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    At Least 1,500 Unitarian Universalist Joined Climate March

    Our 100+ UCS members added a great support and energy to the Unitarian Universalist contingent of the People's Climate March on Sunday, September 21st, 2014. It matters when you show up! And show up we did! At least 1,500 Unitarian Universalists showed up. Here are … [Read More...]

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    Membership Corner

    Visitors who are interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and our congregation are encouraged to participate in programs which give an overview of our community and faith. Talk and Tour is a led by a lay-member and includes a tour around our building … [Read More...]

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    One Person’s Part In Creating Legacy

    Ruth Vogler hasn’t ever truly met me. Yet her work changed my life. It led me to Barót and lifelong friendships. More than twenty years ago Ruth established our congregation’s partnership with the Unitarian Church in Barót, Transylvania (Romania). In September at our … [Read More...]

May
28

Presenting……Our Summer RE Intern!

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This summer, Emily Roberts will be heading up the kids RE program at UCS for children in grades Prek-5. She will be a high school senior in the fall of 2015. She has grown up in the RE program at…
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May
28

UCS is Going to North Jersey Pride!

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For the first time, UCS will have a booth at the NJ Pride Festival to be held in Maplewood on June 14th starting at noon! We need people to help introduce Unitarian Universalism to the thousands who will gather.  Following…
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May
28

Update From The Annual Giving Committee

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As the Board has stated, we have done a good job increasing the amount of our pledges, but still have work to do increasing the quantity.  As of May 27, we have $623,313 from 190 households. The Annual Giving team…
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May
28

Green Vespers: Saturday, June 20th

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Please come to Green Vespers Saturday, June 20th, 6:15 in the Sanctuary. On the eve of the solstice, we’ll celebrate the summer. Then, as always, we’ll share a yummy potluck and clean up together. We eat low on the food chain and as organically and locally as…
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May
28

News from the Facilities Expansion Team

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Our ikon.5 architects, Joe Tattoni and Arvind Tikku, made a terrific presentation to the Board of Trustees at a special meeting on Wednesday, May 27th. The Board was unanimous in its admiration of the beauty of the design and its…
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May
27

UCS and Unitarian Society of Ridgewood Co-Ordination!

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With great joy, we are pleased to join with the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood  in the ordination of our seminarian-in-care, Carlos Martinez on Sunday, May 31st at 4:00 pm at the Ridgewood congregation. Carlos is completing his internship at Ridgewood.  Our…
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May
26

Podcast from Sunday: What I’ve Learned from Military Chaplains

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Join the Rev. Emilie Boggis as she shares her experiences on the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend.