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We Plan, Earth Laughs (sermon)

November 7, 2021 The Unitarian Society, East Brunswick, NJ Reverend Karen G. Johnston A true story that comes to us from our sibling congregation in Amherst, Massachusetts: In 1919, The Rev. Henry Ives was called by the church. During his … Continue reading

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Ritual for Re-Opening Space

As all kinds of folx move into re-opening space that was closed during the pandemic, it can help to bring intentionality, and even ritual, to this process. We have all been exposed to trauma in the form of a global … Continue reading

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We’ll Muddle Through Somehow: Christmas 2020 (sermon)

December 24, 2020 The Unitarian Society, East Brunswick, NJ Timothy Egan published an opinion piece in the New York Times a week ago, comparing the next three pandemic months to the 1805 winter that Lewis and Clark, and their crew, … Continue reading

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