Monthly Archives: June 2015

Sunday, June 28, 2015 | Bumper Sticker Wisdom | Lay speaker Lauren Porr

Bumper Sticker Wisdom Lay speaker Lauren Porr Bumper Stickers. Tweets, Advertisements. Sound bites. We are exposed to them all the time, but are we really paying attention to what they are telling us, or what we are telling ourselves about them? Lauren Porr, engineer and over-analyzer, attempts to dissect the kind of short and sweet … Continued

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Sunday, June 14, 2015 | SUNDOWN TOWNS: A Window on White Privilege | Rev. Cynthia Cain

SUNDOWN TOWNS: A Window on White Privilege Rev. Cynthia Cain Some years ago, prompted by an African-American member of my church in Kentucky, I began a study of what are called “Sundown Towns,” places where, historically, Blacks were explicitly or implicitly warned to be OUT by sundown. These places are everywhere, including South Jersey. As … Continued

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Sunday, June 7, 2015 | Religious Education (RE) Sunday | Led by Melissa Hutchison and the Our Whole Lives 7-9 Grade Class

Religious Education (RE) Sunday Led by Melissa Hutchison and the Our Whole Lives 7-9 Grade Class Our annual intergenerational RE Sunday service concludes the religious education school year. This year our service will highlight our UUCSJS children’s religious education program, recognize our dedicated teachers, and celebrate our first ever 7-9 grade O.W.L. graduates through their … Continued

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