Water, Justice, and Black Lives Guest speaker Lena Smith Ms. Smith, the Regional Organizer for Food & Water Watch, will talk about how Water and Environmental Justice affects Black Lives… even right now, as Atlantic City could potentially become another Flint, Michigan. Does our dedication to environmental justice extend to those outside our own walls?
Monthly Archives: February 2016
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 June 30, 2016. Please note: our website is currently being revised … Continued
Beloved Conversations Revisited Rev. Cynthia Cain, Barbara Miller, Heidi Jannsch Over thirty members of our congregation have engaged in meaningful conversations about racism, white privilege, and the issues surrounding the African American community today. In this service, we’ll be hearing from some of these folks. Come and be enlightened!
A Blues Praxis Rev. Cynthia Cain What can we learn from the blues about living, loving, and about the life of a community of faith? Quite a bit, I will argue. From Robert Johnson to Muddy Waters, the lessons abound.
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 … Continued
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 … Continued