Author: Walter Mattingly

Minister’s Musings — October 2019

  Love Beyond Words. That was the title of the sermon I preached last month on September 22.  In it, I told the story from the first chapter of the book, Testimony: The Transformative Power of Unitarian Universalism, in which a woman, new to a … read more.

Minister’s Musings — September 2019

I can’t tell you how excited I feel to be entering my fourth year serving The Unitarian Society (a Unitarian Universalist Congregation)!

 

My July included both vacation leave (spent much of it in New Mexico with a side trip to see family in Oregon) and study … read more.

As You Are — September 29, 2019 10:30 AM

This Sunday we explore the September Soul Matters theme of being a People of Expectation. Relying heavily on story, song and ritual, guest minister Rev. Laurie Stuart will explore the age-old adage that “We see things not as they are, but as we are ourselves.”

Tucker Birmingham — Sunday RE Coordinator

Tucker was originally drawn to Unitarian Universalism due to the open-minded and welcoming community. She is originally from Ocean City, NJ, with a brief stint in Ithaca, NY, where she attended her first Unitarian congregation. Now back in New Brunswick, she is excited to continue … read more.

Climate Strike — September 20, 2019

This September 20-27th, millions of people around the world will walk out of our workplaces and homes to join youth climate strikers on the streets and demand an end to the age of fossil fuels, corporate pollution, and environmental destruction.

Our house is on fire — … read more.

Nicholas Place — Music Coordinator

Nick Place has performed throughout the United States as a collaborative pianist and music director in both musical theatre and opera. From 2013 to 2015 he held the position of Pianist/Music Director for the Artists in Residence program at Pensacola Opera where he was also … read more.

Minister’s Musings — March 2019

Soul Matters Reflection: What Does It Mean To Be A People of Journey?

from the Soul Matters Sharing Circle

 

We UUs love to tell our journey stories. And hear each other’s journey stories. Whereas other religions have newcomers stand up and confess their fallen ways or declare … read more.