Project Planning Meeting – Lost Souls Public Memorial Project Wednesday, May 9, 7-9pm We continue our efforts to build a public memorial to the nearly 100 souls lost to permanent slavery at the hands of a corrupt Middlesex County judge in 1818. We will be talking about how to go forward with the design of … Continued
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Death Café Spend your Saturday afternoon with coffee, cake & conversation in small groups exploring our inevitable mortality and the topic of death. (Gluten-free option will be available) No dogma. No answers. No conclusions. But space for questions, queries, and speculation. The Unitarian Society is pleased to sponsor this event. It is open it to … Continued
LET’S MAKE THIS PLACE LOOK SPIFFY AGAIN. It’s time for some spring cleaning — the outdoor kind. Our beautiful grounds need a little bit of human help to look even more beautiful after the winter left its mark. We need to rake leaves, pick up trash, cut back some bushes — SPIFF THE PLACE UP! … Continued
As part of our outreach efforts, we are proudly dedicating this sign which will be temporarily posted on our property. We take pride in our 7 Unitarian Universalist principles and how they lead us to be a moral and ethical voice in the larger world. Come join us after our special Animal Blessing Sunday service.
UUA General Assembly June 20-24, 2018 Kansas City, Missouri Register here: https://www.uua.org/ga/registration
Pulpit Exchange — A Kind of Ministers’ Musical Chairs? Pulpit exchange has deep roots in our historical polity as Unitarian Universalists, proscribed in the Cambridge Platform of 1648, the document upon which we base our kind of congregational polity (governance) and ground our understanding of a covenantal, rather than creedal, religion. Yet while the … Continued
The Unitarian Montessori School will host a Nutrition Presentation by Jen Shukaitis, a Rutgers Teacher, on May 1st at 7 pm. All are invited. Jennifer Shakaitis is an assistant professor and educator at the Department of Family and Community Health Sciences at Rutgers Cooperative Extension and Mom of one of our students, Anele. She will … Continued