• Women’s March on Washington

    Women’s March on Washington By Jean Crichton More than 85 members and friends of The Unitarian Church in Summit joined thousands from New Jersey Saturday at the Women’s March in Washington, DC, as well as in sister marches in New York City, Trenton, Asbury Park, … [Read More...]

  • Social Justice Ministry at UCS

    Social Justice Ministry at UCS is on the move.  I strongly believe in social change through spiritual transformation meaning our social justice initiatives are at their best when they are woven into the narrative of our faith, Unitarian Universalism and understood … [Read More...]

  • Save the Date! April 2!

    Come Celebrate a Milestone with Us! The installation of our called ministers, Reverends. Emilie Boggis and Robin Tanner as well as an Affirmation of our Executive Director, Tuli Patel. Sunday, April 2 at 4:00 pm. UUA President Peter Morales and Moderator Jim Key … [Read More...]

  • Rev. Robin Has a Blog!

    Find out more by following this link. … [Read More...]

  • Career Mentor Circles Program Benefits Middle School Students in Irvington

    What do a landscape architect, tennis pro, food caterers, “kitty” therapist, author, art teacher, occupational therapist, technology manager, and 30 middle school students all have in common?  They all participated in Career Mentor Circles (CMC), a new outreach … [Read More...]

  • Summer Expedition to Transylvania

    Visit our Partner Church in Transylvania We are working with our Transylvanian partners to organize a summer journey to Barot and the surrounding Carpathian Mountains. This is a multigenerational trip: adults, youth and children are welcome. Laura Beth Brown, our … [Read More...]

  • Ceremonies

    At The Unitarian Church in Summit, we want to celebrate life’s important moments with you.  From births and baby dedications, weddings and commitment ceremonies, memorial services and celebrations of life, we have a team eager to work with you and create a personalized … [Read More...]

Feb
17

MADRE, and other Social Action Special Plates

This past Sunday (February 12) we had a moving service which highlighted the plight of Yazidi women in Iraq, and the efforts of the organization MADRE to work with these women and their families.  Donate to this effort via Paypal…
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Feb
16

February 26, What Remains

For our service on February 26th, you are invited to bring photos or keepsakes from legacy makers that you like to remember – we will be building an altar of legacy. Grandparents, metors, teachers, parents…..all items will be returned at…
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Feb
16

Shamanism Workshop March 18

This workshop is led by John Foord on Saturday, March 18, from 9-4pm, please bring a brown bag lunch and your enthusiasm, and a $10 registration fee. Contact emilie@ucsummit.org for more information.

Feb
16

UPDATE: No Chancellor Avenue Saturday Academy on February 18th

Due to the Presidents’s Day weekend, there will be NO Saturday School this weekend, February 18th.  THANK YOU to all of our Chancellor Avenue volunteers who tutor the school’s students each weekend. I hope to see many of you on the following…
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Feb
16

Podcast, February 12 – Never Again, and Again

Join Rev. Robin Tanner to learn about how we are living out the legacy of the Sharps and the call of our chalice.  Last year, we helped build a rape crisis center in Northern Iraq for the Yazidi who are the…
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Feb
16

Podcast, February 5 – Love-making and Longing: Progressive Sexual Theology

In 1990, Salt N’ Pepa famously invited the country to “talk about sex.” From Puritan politics to the LGBTQ rights movement, our country has a torrid history with sexuality. Join Rev. Robin Tanner and explore the hallmarks of progressive theologies of…
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Feb
14

UULMNJ Music Fest

It’s time for MUUsic Fest 2017!! March 18th, 1-3pm at UU Paramus Tickets go on sale tomorrow, February 1st. We need your help reaching your community. Below you will find suggested words from Rev. Rob Gregson/Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry (UULMNJ). …
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