About Rev. Emilie Boggis

Emilie is Minister of Congregational Life at The Unitarian Church in Summit. "Living whole-hearted means willing to be broken-hearted," from Brene Brown.

Jun
12

Spirit in Practice This Summer!

Growing Spiritually Doesn’t Happen By Itself Are you thirsting for a sense of belonging and meaning in your life? You are not alone. Engage in Spirit in Practice Circles. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, we have a place…
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Jun
10

Rev Emilie Participates In Pride Week

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by Rev. Emilie Boggis A few years ago, as our congregation hung our Marriage Equality banner from the pillars of our building, one of the reporters quoted me and described me as a “long-time gay activist.” It caused a little…
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May
26

Welcome Our Summer Ministerial Intern!

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The Unitarian Church in Summit celebrates its long tradition of serving as a teaching congregation to aspiring ministers. This summer we welcome Emily DeTar as our summer ministerial intern. A recent graduate of Union Theological Seminary in NYC, Emily will…
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May
19

Celebrating Our High School Seniors

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On Sunday night, May 17th, our youth group celebrated the upcoming graduation of our high school seniors. Every class is memorable, of course. And this class is no exception. They were a group who truly enjoyed being in our congregation and…
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May
11

Rebel Moms and Audacious Teachers

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Sunday, May 10th was filled with story, music, and gratitude. It was a Mother’s Day where we shared stories of rebel moms, those guardians in our lives who stood up and spoke out on our behalf. Women like Julia Ward…
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Apr
28

“If You Haven’t Noticed, California Is Bone-Dry.”

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Did you watch President Obama get mad at the White House Correspondents Dinner? (Click to watch.) So mad his Anger Translator quit. It was Climate Change that sent him over the edge. Is Climate Change sending you over the edge? Are you…
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Apr
28

How You Can Respond To Nepal

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We continue to offer prayers and light candles for the people devastated by the earthquake in Nepal. This is why our larger movement and our partners plan ahead and train response teams in advance of crises. It allows us to offer real…
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