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Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Somerset Hills

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Worship: Authentic Relationship with our Proclaimed Beliefs

Author Avianca Bouchedid, Written Jan 13, 2015

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January 18, 2015: Authentic Relationship with our Proclaimed Beliefs
Rev. Jennifer Kelleher
Music: UUCSH Adult Choir, Susan Schneider, and Will Magalio

What we say is only matched by what we do. On this Sunday in which we recognize the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., our service will reflect on themes from Mark Morrison-Reed’s newest book, The Selma Awakening. Morrison-Reed is the foremost scholar of African-American Unitarian Universalist history. Selma represented a turning point for Unitarian Universalists. How might our history of placing faith in action inform our future?

This service will also be the day we share our hopes with Director of Lifespan Faith Development Chris Buja for a renewing time of sabbatical. Come and share your best wishes in his send off.