About Rev. Emilie Boggis

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

Feb
06

UULMNJ: Come Out To New Brunswick on Feb 7th

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PARTNERS AT UULMNJ (UU Legislative Ministry of NJ): A growing number of municipalities across the country and in New Jersey have enacted sanctuary city policies to protect immigrant communities, including East Orange, Maplewood, and just this Friday,…
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Feb
03

Longing

“Fall in love with the agony of love not the ecstasy then the beloved will fall in love with you” — Rumi Is it possible that this month is really about heartbreak? We may be able to indulge some longings,…
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Feb
01

A Blessing For Today’s Protests

We Step Outside ~ A Blessing for All who Show Up We step outside, out of our comfort zones and onto the streets.   We step outside this day to the offices of public servants of every county and municipality, to…
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Jan
12

“Stories of Risk-Taking”

As part of our theme-based ministry, Rev. Robin is seeking stories from the congregation about risk-taking for our March services.  I know there is incredible wisdom in our community.  Perhaps, you are willing to share your story in worship. Perhaps,…
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Jan
10

Newcomers Join Explore & Connect Circles

Our Explore & Connect Circle for Newcomers to UCS is about feeling at home in our community. If you’ve been attending UCS and want to get more connected, we invite you to sign up for one of our Winter or Spring…
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Jan
09

A Win from UU Legislative Ministries

A Letter from UULMNJ Director, Rev. Rob Gregson Dear Fellow Unitarian Universalists and supporters, After weeks of waiting on Governor Christie for his signature or veto, at long last he signed off on an important bill to combat domestic violence…
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Sep
15

Your Questions on Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter Banner Raising: Answering Your Questions   Why are we raising a Black Lives Banner at The Unitarian Church in Summit (UCS) and at Fountain Baptist Church (FBC)?   UCS voted to take a stand in response to…
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