Let It Burn, Let It Go Lay speaker Theresa McReynolds “The purpose of a new year, is not that we should have a new year, but that we should have new eyes and new ears.” – William Dean Howells Theresa will invite us to share in a Burning Bowl Ceremony, a way to let go … Continued
Monthly Archives: November 2016
Sunday, December 25, 2016 Christmas Day No Service We wish everyone comfort and joy!
Saturday, December 24, 2016 Christmas Eve 6 pm All Ages Welcome We will deck the halls, light the candles, tell the story, sing the carols, offer gifts from our wealth to help those in need, hear a message of glad tidings, and offer our silent prayers.
Winter Solstice Rev. John Marsh and others A celebration of the Season with Music and Poetry.
Nostalgia Rev. John Marsh Nostalgia is a powerful force in all of our lives. It has been associated with suicidal depression, as well as providing wellsprings of deep joy. Some beings seem to get along fine without it (Socrates, Dr. Spock). If you are one of them, perhaps this sermon will help you understand the … Continued
The Battle for Christmas Rev. John Marsh Take Away Message: Traditions evolve over time. However, just as a small group of fashion designers decide what these year’s colors will be, there have always been some to set the tone. When I served as a minister in San Francisco I married many young couples. One my … Continued
Our 12th Annual Service Auction is Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the UU Center. Doors open at 6:30 pm and bidding starts at 7 pm. 2016 Auction Booklet (pdf) (3MB – 32 pages) How does it work? Silent Auction The Silent Auction opens at 6:30 for viewing / 7:00 pm for bidding. The … Continued
Invocation as delivered by UUCSJS former Interim Minister Rev. Cynthia Cain, and current Interim Minister Rev. John Marsh. Photograph by Edward Lea of the Press of Atlantic City UUCSJS has been honored by the Pleasantville chapter of the NAACP in the category of Organization/Business for upholding ideals consistent with the NAACP’s aims. This was … Continued