For the 7th year in a row, UUCSJS will be hosting a Native Plant Swap and Sale! For this year’s Annual Native Plant Sale we have amassed a terrific collection of container-grown nursery plants for pre-order! We’ve selected hard-to-find shrubs, trees, and perennials that are especially ecologically beneficial. Sadly, despite their value, virtually none of … Continued
Wednesday, December 21, 2016 — 6:30 pm The Winter Solstice Singing Ritual returns to UUCSJS on Wednesday, December 21, 2014, at 6:30 pm. We will celebrate the return of the Light which occurs after the Winter Solstice with songs and stories. The singing will include music from calypso, Western choral singing, Native American texts, Greek … 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
Revealing the Sacred: The Enduring Bonds of Kin Special Guest Speaker Rev. Rebekah Montgomery As we reflect on community and how we come together, we often turn to how family of choice and family of blood relates to our spiritual lives. This sermon explores our chosen bonds as a source of personal theology and a … Continued
Join us for viewing and discussion of Ava DuVernay’s film 13th. Friday, November 4 at 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm UU Center, 75 S. Pomona Rd, Galloway NJ Child-friendly event: A kids’ movie (TBA) will be shown in a separate room. Tell us you’re coming! Facebook Event From Huffington Post: Ava DuVernay Hopes … Continued
The Atlantic County Secular Buddhist Community meets periodically to discuss Buddhist and mindfulness concepts and share experiences. Curious? Beginners are welcome! July’s gathering is at the UU Center at 10 am on Saturday, July 9. The gathering usually lasts about 2 hours, and we’ll have discussion and sharing followed by a meditation session.
A discussion on the nature of white privilege and how it harms people of all racial groups. Why does the concept of “privilege” make people defensive? And what is it like to be a white person coming to terms with it? YouTube Video at https://youtu.be/T9p8GeaCpSU
See the coverage in The Press of Atlantic City, Vigil for Orlando Victims Stresses Courage of LGBTQ Community Images from The Press
Please join us at the UU Center, 75 S Pomona Rd., Galloway NJ. Respond to our Facebook event page at Vigil for the victims of the Pulse shootings in Orlando.