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.

Oct
02

The Video That Explains It All

Why does UCS have a theme each year? What’s the theme this year? What are they reflecting on in October? How do I get involved in the theme? All of your questions are answered in our 3-minute video:  

Oct
02

UCS Youth Featured In Partner Church Newsletter

This summer UCS sent a delegation of nineteen youth and adults to visit our partner church in Barot, Transyvlania (Romania). One of our youth received a travel grant from the national Partner Church Council. At the end of the trip,…
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Oct
01

Don’t Miss Sunday’s “Back To UCS Party” 10:30 – 11:15 am

On Sunday, October 5th, we invite YOU to stay later or come early. There’s a PARTY happening that you won’t want to miss. It’s our annual “Back to UCS” Party. Downstairs in Fellowship Hall, from 10:30 am – 11:15 am,…
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Sep
29

Now The ADULTS Are Going To Boston!

Our 9th grade class takes an annual pilgrimage to Boston the first weekend of December in their Coming of Age program. They visit historic Unitarian churches, the Unitarian Universalist Association, the UU Service Committee and Walden Pond. Boston is decorated…
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Sep
29

The Ghosts That Haunt Us

When my father was 14 years old, he was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. His new reality meant daily insulin shots and seriously limiting his sweets. However, the news with the greatest impact on his adolescent psyche was the doctor’s…
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Sep
29

UCS Auction Video: Watch the Donations!

Excitement for our annual Services Auction is building! Watch the video featuring just some of the great items offered at the UCS 2014 Services Auction. Come to our website each week for a follow-up video and see a sneak peak of what…
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Sep
23

Podcast: Religious Leaders Discuss Green Spirit

Listen to this week’s Huffington Post Podcast called All Together hosted by Executive Religion Editor Rev. Paul Raushenbush. All Together strives to offer a unique perspective into spiritual and religious individuals, communities and ideas that are shaping our world. This week’s All Together segment is called…
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