“I Know What You Did Last Summer” Lay speaker Richard Grzywinski No, this is not about that blockbuster 1997 horror film of the same name. Our summer sermons program from July 2 to August 27, 2017 presented of a diverse mix of nine interfaith topics ranging from humanistic views of the universe through Judaism. So … Continued
Monthly Archives: August 2017
White Fragility and Racial Justice Rev. Dawn Fortune UUCSJS has a Racial Justice Task Force which instituted a year-long series of workshops held last year at Asbury Methodist in Atlantic City, strengthened our bonds with other racial justice organizations in the area, and held a well-attended rally just a few weeks ago. How can we … Continued
Water Communion Rev. Dawn Fortune The life-sustaining symbolism of water is universal. Throughout the year, members of many UU congregations, like ours, collect small amounts of water that have meaning for them, either from a special location (e.g., the family home, an ocean or river, memento of a trip). At the service, the samples of … Continued
Labor Day Rev. Dawn Fortune Labor Day has been an official Federal holiday since 1894. It honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws, and well-being of the country. Come hear what our new minister has to say about it.
Press of Atlantic City – front page story, August 17, 2017 Here’s the link to the whole YouTube playlist page (10 videos) of the following speakers (while you’re there, subscribe to our YouTube channel !) Link to Youtube playlist: https://youtu.be/0mIDost3050 Speakers included: Kaleem Shabazz, NAACP Atlantic City President and Atlantic City Councilor Maryam Sarhan of Stockton … Continued