About Rev. Emilie Boggis

Emilie is Minister of Congregational Life at The Unitarian Church in Summit. She is currently trying to make it through one conversation without mentioning her love of Transylvania and our partner church.

Mar
30

Climate Justice Month: Reckoning In Week 2

From our UUA Commit2Respond Resource Team: Today begins our week-long journey into grieving and reckoning with the losses we are facing as an Earth Community. We are reminded not only of our own mortality, but also of the mortality of the planet.…
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Mar
23

A Spiritual Exercise For Citizens: Last Chance!

Spring is officially here! Is the extra sunlight helping you with your first Spiritual Exercise? Ready for more? Each month, in our Spirit in Practice (SiP) Circles, we invite all of us to put our spiritual lives and our inner…
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Mar
16

A Spiritual Exercise for Citizens: Part 2

Your first Spiritual Exercise is finished, you say? Ready for more? Each month, in our Spirit in Practice (SiP) Circles, we invite all of us to put our spiritual lives and our inner voices at the forefront of our days.…
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Mar
09

A Spiritual Exercise For Citizens

Each month, in our Spirit in Practice (SiP) Circles, we invite all of us to put our spiritual lives and our inner voices at the forefront of our days. There are many, many things that compete for our attention. But…
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Mar
09

After Selma@50: Keep Marching!

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Letter from Standing on the Side of Love: My heart and spirit were in Selma this weekend, where more than 500 UUs, including many of our faith’s leaders, joined together with the families of Jimmie Lee Jackson, Rev. James Reeb,…
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Mar
05

Bringing The Lessons Of Selma to Summit

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As people of faith gather in Selma this weekend to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the 1965 March, our Beloved Conversations Circles at UCS – our small groups focusing on race and privilege – began this month’s session by remembering all…
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Mar
05

Returning to Selma Fifty Years Later

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In the vicious maltreatment of defenseless citizens of Selma, where old women and young children were gassed and clubbed at random, we have witnessed an eruption of the disease of racism which seeks to destroy all America. No American is…
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