In response to the recent transition in the Religious Education program, the Board of The Unitarian Society has hired Olivia Forte-Gardner, as our Acting Director of Religious Education. Olivia will stay in this role through the end of the “church year” – until the middle … read more.
Author: Richard Phelan
If you’ve been to TUS lately, you’ve certainly noticed some changes in the building. The building has been repainted to it’s original white and many repairs have taken place to the windows and trim as well as repairs to the building structure. New gutters have … read more.
The Unitarian Society is proud to serve as the fiscal agent for the Lost Souls Memorial Project. The project seeks to memorialize the 144 people lost to slavery due to slave ring that “… was operated in East Brunswick, out of the home of Middlesex … read more.
The Unitarian Society dedicated it’s new temporary “Love is Love” sign along Ryders Lane on June 3rd immediately after service. This sign will be in place at various times throughout the year.
At our Sunday service on December 31, 2017, we used ritual to move us through the old year and into the new one. This video show our “weeping well” into which folks were invited to place a glass stone that represented pain in their life … read more.
The Unitarian Society’s monthly newsletter, which includes our calendar of events, is now available on our website. You can see the latest newsletter and prior newsletters by clicking on the Newsletter Link in the menu at the top of the page.
TUS now has a YouTube Channel! We’ll be posting videos of sermons and other events here.
Visit the TUS YouTube Channel at this link or click on the YouTube Channel in the main menu.
In September, 2017, we dedicated our Gratitude Garden on the grounds of the congregation. This interactive installation provides a place where people from the community can share thankfulness publicly, yet anonymously — a powerful gift for the givers, the receivers and our world. The Garden is … read more.
Beginning with the April 30, 2017 service, we are now using our new video equipment to record the sermons. These recordings are much higher in quality for both audio and video. These recordings will be uploaded to YouTube and the links to these videos will … read more.
We are excited to announce the installation of our settled minister Reverend Karen G. Johnston. The installation ceremony will take place on Sunday, April 30, 2017. For more information and to RSVP, please visit our the installation website at this link: http://revkarensinstallationattus.weebly.com/