About Emilie Boggis

Emilie is the Assistant Minister 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.

Sep
11

Seeking Belonging? Spiritual Growth? Discover Both at UCS.

Think back to the first time you walked through the doors of UCS. What were you seeking? A place where you could explore both your faith and your doubts? A place where you were invited to live authentically, to show…
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Sep
10

UCS Kids T-Shirts Have Arrived

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At Water Ingathering last Sunday, our UU Boutique showcased the new UCS t-shirt. Sky blue with a beautiful white chalice on the front and our mission statement on the back. They sold like hotcakes! We’ve already had to re-order more!…
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Sep
04

Get Your UCS T-Shirts At Water Ingathering, 9/7

Get your UCS T-shirts at the UU Boutique! The UU Boutique, led by our amazing Youth Group, will re-open on Sunday, September 7th after both Water Ingathering Services. It is located downstairs in Fellowship Hall. This year we’ve got some…
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Sep
02

August 31: Moving From Despair to Active Hope

Rev. Emilie Boggist, Preaching Conversations about the environment and climate change seem grounded in despair. Probably with good reason. But despair won’t get us anywhere. Why bother? How do we change the conversation and our actions from despair and apathy…
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Aug
21

UU-United Nations Office Joins NYC Climate March

More news on the Climate March! You are welcome to sign up individually. Next week we’ll be sharing news on how we, The Unitarian Church in Summit, will march TOGETHER! It will be a day to remember, a story that…
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Aug
21

UUA President’s Call To Join NYC Climate March

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On Sunday, September 21, our congregation will join a worldwide movement to march in New York City for our environment, as world leaders gather at the United Nations to discuss Climate Change. It’s called the People’s Climate March. Our staff…
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Aug
15

Who Will Respond To Ferguson?

On Monday, as I was standing in the Dusseldorf airport, one of our youth turned to me and said, “How do they even begin to teach the Holocaust to students here in Germany? How do they begin acknowledging, ‘We did…
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