May
09

Members’ Eco-Friendly Home Featured in Star-Ledger

Thursday, May 8th’s Home Section of the NJ Star-Ledger featured the home of Helen Kaar and Chris Kellogg. Theirs will be part of a tour of homes with “green” features as part of the Great Swamp Watershed Association’s inaugural house and…
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May
08

Summer Ushers & Greeters!

It’s that time again!  Time to get connected and to connect others to this congregation — through Ushering and Greeting! Each summer UCS moves to one 10am service but congregational life still goes on.  If you have ever been curious…
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May
05

100%!

Dear Friends, It has been quite a week!  Actually, it has been 9 days of meeting and greeting and eating (and eating and eating!) and getting to know the Congregation at Washington Crossing in Titusville, NJ; an exhausting but exhilarating…
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Apr
22

Easter Memories

Easter 2014

If you were there on Easter you enjoyed the gorgeous soprano voice of Faustine De Mones, the over-the-top Easter decorations made possible by so many members in honor of their loved ones (and pulled together by the creative aesthetics master,…
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Apr
04

Announcement from Vanessa

Other GA chalice moment.  V

Dear Members and Friends of The Unitarian Church in Summit: It is with gratitude and a heavy heart that I announce my resignation as your Parish Minister.  This year marks my 13th, a lucky number in our household and significant…
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Feb
12

Reminder! Join & Grow, this Sunday!

Have you joined Rev. Kim or Rev. Emilie for recent Fresh & Direct conversations about Unitarian Universalism and the Unitarian Church in Summit?  Are you interested in learning more about the benefits and expectations of membership?  Don’t forget that this…
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Feb
06

Days Like Weather

Costa Rica.2.2013

There is a reading that circulates among UU’s about how friends are like different kinds of vegetables.  Cabbage friends and rhubarb friends.  I’ve been thinking lately how days have different weather — not just the literal weather, but the metaphorical…
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