Jan
17

Podcast, January 16: “I Will Be a Fool No More”

Join Rev. Robin Tanner, Minister of Worship and Outreach, as she compels us to rise up and stand for the rights of all in her Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day sermon “I Will Be a Fool No More”. This…
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Jan
17

Podcast, January 16: “Why Jesus Called a Man a Fool” Part 2

Listen to the continued reading of excerpts from Dr. King’s 1967 sermon, “Why Jesus Called a Man a Fool”as a part of our annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration. This is the fifth year the Pilgrim Baptist Church and…
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Jan
17

Podcast, January 16: “Why Jesus Called a Man a Fool”, Part 1

Listen as members of Pilgrim Baptist Church and the Unitarian Church in Summit his read excerpts from Dr. King’s 1967 sermon, “Why Jesus Called a Man a Fool”as a part of our annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration. This is the…
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Jan
17

Podcast, January 15: Languages of Possibility

Language matters.  It shapes how we understand one another, ourselves and our world.  Join Rev. Robin Tanner, UCS Minister of Worship and Outreach, as she articulates the languages of liberation in her sermon “Languages of Possibility”.

Jan
09

Podcast, January 8: Keepers of the Dream

We are at the edge of change at The Unitarian Church in Summit.  Listen to Rev. Robin Tanner casting a vision for the future in her sermon “Keepers of the Dream”. Rev. Robin Tanner has officially begun her full-time ministry at UCS as our…
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Jan
01

Podcast, January 1: Keep Christmas with You All Through the Year

Join Craig Rubano in his final sermon as our Ministerial Intern.  It’s the eighth day of Christmas and the final day of both Hanukkah and Kwanzaa, wrapping up a week when, following “The Feast of Stephen,” Boxing Day, and Childermas, we’ve…
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Dec
19

Podcast, December 18: In the Presence of Trees

Join Rev. Emilie Boggis for her sermon entitled “In the Presence of Trees” – an ode to the power of walks in the wild to heal the aching soul.  Featuring poetry from Rainer Maria Rilke, Eve Ensler and Camille Dungey.