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.”
Author: Walter Mattingly
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.
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.
What can we expect from one another? With isolation and loneliness on the rise, how do we take care of one another? We come together on Sunday mornings, but a congregation is much more than that. How do we weave the strands of deeper care … read more.
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.
Jessica Bors grew up in a small town in PA and loved walking out her backdoor to the church next door for Sunday School and Wednesday night choir. Jess has three grown children and it was for them she sought a welcoming faith community. A … read more.
This is not the first time you have received a message from me after some terrible act of violence in our nation. Nor is it likely the last.
This week’s rapidity of one horrendous act of violence after the last is weighing heavy on my … read more.
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.
Listen to the question being asked, not the one you hear.
Do you know that story about the parent of a Kindergartener – maybe it’s first grade — who asks, with great seriousness ‘Mom, where do I come from?” The parent fills immediately with trepidation, having … read more.