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First Unitarian Universalist Church of Essex County

Calendar Archive: 2019-20

tiny rainbow chalice Monday, September 24th at 6pm -- Building Solidarity Potluck

We will be catching up after the summer off, creating a fall community calendar, and making art with HUUB Fellow Stephen Batiz.

tiny rainbow chaliceSunday, September 29th, 2019 at 4 PM (note new time) — FAITH + WORKS — Dr. Edgar Rivera-Colon of St. Peter’s College in Jersey City NJ will give the presentation.

Sunday, October 20, 2019, 6 PM at Riverside Church, New York City — FAITH + WORKS: Stolen Hands, Stolen Lands: From 1619 to a Just Future.

The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Essex County will hold its October FAITH+WORKS on October 20, 2019. For this special occasion, we will travel to Riverside Church in New York City for “Stolen Hands, Stolen Lands: From 1619 to a Just Future.” This is an observance in honor of the 400th anniversary of the first Africans to arrive in North America and sold into bondage. Rev Dr William J. Barber II, leader of the Poor People’s Campaign, will give the homily on this occasion. The doors will open at 5 PM and the service will begin at 6 PM. Ministers are invited to come with their robes and participate in the procession and recession.

Please RSVP at this link. Members & friends who wish to carpool, please contact Mindy Fullilove.


Mindy Fullilove, MD
President of the Congregation

Monday, October 21st, Solidarity Potluck - 6-8pm in the Parish Hall at the HUUB

We have gotten together one Monday a month since the election of Donald Trump to share good food and great company, two important building blocks to a healthy community. Bring a dish and a friend!

Friday, October 25th, Black Maria Film Festival = 7pm in the Parish Hall at the HUUB

We're excited that as part of the HUUB's observation of the 400 Years of Inequality Remembrance, the Black Maria Film Festival will return to First UU of Essex with a selection of award-winning shorts including animation, narrative, and documentary films focusing on issues of social justice curated with input from the Thomasberger Fellows.

We will have refreshments and light snacks. The event is free but we are asking for a suggested donation of $5-10. Check out the Facebook event page for more info and to RSVP.

Monday, November 11th, Solidarity Potluck