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The following are the scheduled programs for the current month.

  • Sunday, November 3rd, Holding Up All This Falling. Nov. 3 Holding Up All This Falling Poets and prophets write of falling, as in stars, blessings, food, angels, leaves. Some would add humanity to that list, but it’s not all bad news. Rilke, Yeats and others lift us up. Led by Rev, Mary Tiebout.
     

  • Sunday, November 10th, Hope Among the High Waters: Justice Making in Jersey. Rev. Rob Gregson, Executive Director of Unitarian UU FaithAction NJ will update us about positive developments that are happening right now and right here in New Jersey, e.g., establishment of "solar gardens" in overlooked communities of color, planning smart for Election 2020, and UU Faith Action's newest initiative, "3 Ways You Can Help Migrants." During coffee hour after the service, Rev. Gregson will lead a discussion about ways in which we can connect with New Jersey's liberal religious justice
     

  • Sunday, November 17th, Being Human: A Conversation on Religion, Spirituality and Consciousness. We welcome Sussex County resident Larry Lentchner, a psychotherapist who wrote Onederland, a novel in which leaders from religious groups, called together to respond to bias and violence, envision and experience the oneness of humanity, life and time. The book and other subjects will be addressed in a conversation with Rev. Mary Tiebout. We also have our Guest at Your Table introduction and a soup and sandwich lunch.
     

  • Sunday, November 24th, Matters of Life and Death. Jane Ebihara will read poems which she has chosen from her chapbooks along the theme of life transitions. She is the author of A Little Piece of Mourning and A Reminder of Hunger and Wings. Her poems have been published in many literary magazines and anthologies. Program host is Brian Doherty.

Art Gallery

Our next Art Gallery for 2019-20 is: Abstract or Abstracted Works 

 

To view the current months art gallery displays, you can attend a Sunday Fellowship Service or view them after service during coffee hour proceeding the weekly program.  Additionally, during regular meetings of the poetry club, Sierra Club and TimeBank, people are free to see the exhibits for that months theme.

 

The art gallery committee welcomes interest in displaying art in this gallery.  Contact Sharon Pontier, (973) 948-4902.  Work must be framed or gallery wrapped. Presentation is part of what makes an exhibit worth seeing.

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