Jan
18

February World Religions

We will be meeting on Tuesdays, February 7, and 21, from 1-3pm in the library. We are continuing our study of the book Reinventing a Christian America, The myth of Religious Founding by Steven K. Green. For Feb. 7, we…
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Jan
18

TranSpace

Kathleen Burnham is a licensed clinical social worker in Madison NJ who recently contacted us. She is facilitating an support group for transgender teens and wanted our help to spread the word to anyone who might benefit from it. 

Nov
29

Afternoon Music Presents 2 Vocalists & Mitchell on Dec. 4

Mezzo-soprano Melissa Attebury, tenor Stephen Sands and pianist Mitchell Vines, our congregation’s music director, will perform the first concert of Afternoon Music’s 2016-2017 season at 4 p.m., Sunday, December 4, in our acoustically appealing sanctuary. The program includes Benjamin Britten’s…
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Feb
22

Waking Up White! Continues Feb 28th and March 6 and 13

We hear a lot about what it means to be black in America. What’s often missing is a good understanding and conversation on what it means to be white, held in a safe environment. The second series of Books That…
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Nov
13

Jesus Workshop Is Coming; Register Today

ARE YOU CURIOUS ABOUT: the tumultuous early years of Christianity; how the books that make up the New Testament were chosen; why Paul is considered by many to have been more influential than even Jesus in spreading the new idea…
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Aug
12

Missing From John Oliver? The Voice Of UUs

The same day that John Oliver commented on the state of sex education in American schools (click to watch), UCS preached on our award-winning Our Whole Lives (OWL) program and the power of consent in relationships. OWL is our human sexuality…
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Aug
06

Just Mercy: The UUA Common Read 2015

We will ultimately not be judged by our technology, we won’t be judged by our design, we won’t be judged by our intellect and reason. Ultimately, you judge the character of a society . . . by how they treat…
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