2018 SUMMER SERVICES
THEME: “AND STILL WE RISE” *
(* after “And Still I Rise”, a poem by Maya Angelou)
SUNDAY, AUGUST 12
Rev. Alison Miller
Morristown Unitarian Fellowship
Sermon: “Reclaiming Truth”
The Reverend Alison Miller is the Senior Minister of the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship. She is an active community leader and a voice for justice throughout New Jersey. She currently serves on the Morris Area Interfaith Clergy Council, as a Commissioner on the Morris County Human Relations Commission, and as a Board Member of Starr King School for the Ministry. Alison is a lifelong Unitarian Universalist who was raised in an interfaith Jewish-Christian family, which influences her commitment to spaces of religious diversity. She lives with her husband, David Snedden, and their six-year-old son, Asher.
220th Anniversary Celebration Service
A service of remembrance and celebration in observance of the 220th anniversary of the first service of worship in our first church building on September 11, 1796 was held on September 11, 2016.
Moderator Rev. Alexandra Lusak officiated. Rev. James Miller brought greetings from former moderator Rev. Robert Lamar and spoke about his own term as moderator. Members of the Session read remembrances from former moderators Rev. Donna Elia and Rev. Joseph Shook, passages from scripture and excerpts from the church history authored by Barbara Dudley and Nancy Chase. The Village Voices sang, led by church Music Director Jan Bishop.
Four new members were received into the church during the service. A gala reception followed in Conkling Hall.
Montage of Anniverary Service Photos by John Eldridge: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1I-yTQSgMxW74vH1hENSS4_2xHXVDh2Ty/view
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