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Holding History: Honoring Indigenous Communities (sermon)

The Unitarian Society, East Brunswick, NJ November 21, 2021 Reverend Karen G. Johnston Holding history. That is this month’s Soul Matters theme.  This month is also Native American Heritage month. In just a few days most, if not all of … Continue reading

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Destruction of the Venerable Pine: Free Congregational Society, 19th Century Florence, and a little Boniface for Good Measure

This past weekend I took part in a history walk in my little village of Florence, the focus of which was the history of the Free Congregational Society on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.  The Free Congregational Society was … Continue reading

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