About Rev. Emilie Boggis

Emilie is Minister of Congregational Life at The Unitarian Church in Summit.

Jan
21

“Books That Matter” Series Continues through February 9

Our first meeting on Tuesday, January 19 was a great success with over 35 people from diverse and interfaith backgrounds gathering at UCS. Join us! You are invited to read and discuss current and groundbreaking books engaged in Black Lives Matter. 

Jan
13

UCS Votes To Take A Stand

Over the last few months, UCS leaders have come together to take a public stand on Black Lives Matter as a congregation. On April 10, 2016 at 12:30 pm, UCS voting members will gather for a congregational meeting to discuss the…
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Dec
17

Engage In Paris Climate Agreement On Jan 7th

CLIMATE CROSSROADS You are invited to join the Summit GreenFaith Circle in welcoming Reverend Fletcher Harper, Executive Director of GreenFaith. Rev Harper will share his experience s at the UN Climate Negotiations in Paris this December. You will hear on the…
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Dec
16

Our Letters Worked! Now Call For Renewable Energy!

Dear UCS Members: In November, many of you signed letters to your NJ Legislators in support of the Renewable Energy Transition Act (RETA), a bill that would require that, by the year 2050, 80% of New Jersey’s electric power needs must…
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Dec
15

Celebrate Dr. King’s Legacy at Fountain Baptist Church

Annual MLK Service When: Monday, January 18th 6 pm Gather at UCS for soup/pizza and then, we’ll carpool to Fountain. 7:30 pm Service begins at Fountain Baptist Church, 116 Glenside Avenue in Summit What: One of the most powerful events…
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Dec
15

Celebrate MLK January 18th

Annual UCS-Pilgrim Baptist MLK Event When: Monday, January 18th, 10 am at Pilgrim Baptist Church, 77 Morris Avenue in Summit What: UCS has partnered with Pilgrim Baptist Church in Summit each MLK Day to remember the words of The Rev.…
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Dec
15

STAY WOKE this January

“stay woke” is used on social media by people who continue pointing to the ever-growing list of victims of state violence, racial profiling, or other racial injustices. Over the last few months, UCS leaders have come together to take a…
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