Welcome to liberal religion at the South Jersey Shore!

Sunday Services are at 10:00 am.
There is child care available and children’s religious education classes during the service.

We are located near the North entrance to Stockton University on Pomona Road in Galloway Township, NJ.

Rev Cynthia Cain is our Interim Minister until August 2016.

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Call the office phone at 609-965-9400 to see if there is a message about the UU Center being closed or delayed opening.
 
 
 

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Sunday, February 14, 2016 | Changing the Way We Look at Love | Rev. Cynthia Cain

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Changing the Way We Look at Love
Rev. Cynthia Cain

Our language is the only one that has but a single word for “love.” There are so many other ways to think about love, and to broaden our conversation about who we are as people of faith, especially when we, as Unitarian Universalists talk so much about Standing on the Side of Love. What do we mean, exactly? Can “love” be every bit as fuzzy a word as God?

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Sunday, February 7, 2016 | Congregational Challenges of Calling a Minister | Lay speakers Jim Gentile, Marsha Hannah, Paul Utts (Ministerial Search Committee)

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Congregational Challenges of Calling a Minister

Lay speakers Jim Gentile, Marsha Hannah, Paul Utts from the Ministerial Search Committee

The worship theme this year is “Change.” As our Congregation anticipates calling a Minister later this year, the Ministerial Search Committee presents a service to contemplate the congregational, relational, and stewardship challenges now placed before the Congregation.

Sunday, January 10, 2016 | Beyond Categorical Thinking | Guest speaker Carol Carter Walker and the Ministerial Search Committee

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Beyond Categorical Thinking
Guest speaker Carol Carter Walker and the Ministerial Search Committee

Try this: close your eyes and imagine a minister. Was it a person of a particular gender, race, or age? Without becoming aware of our preconceptions and biases, we could potentially overlook the person who would be the best match for us. Beyond Categorical Thinking is a program designed to promote inclusive thinking and help prevent unfair discrimination in the search process for a new minister.