2015 Fall Issues Conference

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REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS MONDAY, OCTOBER 12!

Join other people who want to make a difference by putting their FAITH into ACTION!

Saturday, October 17, 2015   9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Unitarian Church in Summit, 4 Waldron Ave, Summit, NJ

Anyone interested in the work of Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of NJ is encouraged to attend. We will identify UULMNJ focus issues for the coming year for each of our task forces: economic justice, reproductive justice, criminal justice reform, immigration reform, environmental justice, and gun violence prevention. You will have an opportunity to meet with justice leaders from other New Jersey Congregations while learning how to mobilize UULMNJ in your home congregation!

Special Guest, Keynote Speaker, Janice Marie Johnson, Multicultural Ministries and Leadership Director, UUA

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Janice Marie Johnson has served on the Ministerial Fellowship Committee Board of Review, as a trustee of The Mountain Retreat and Learning Center, as a trustee in our UU United Nations Office, on the Commission on Appraisal, and as president of DRUUMM (Diverse and Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries). At UUA General Assembly 2006, Ms. Johnson was presented with the President’s Award for Volunteer Service.

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Check-in starts at 8:30am with coffee and bagels; the program will begin promptly at 9:00am.

There will be a working lunch provided. Donations will be collected at the conference to help cover costs.

Parking Notes from the Unitarian Church in Summit

We encourage our members, friends and visitors to use public transportation and city parking lots. When driving to UCS, please keep the following in mind:

  • Utilize Summit Downtown Parking sites as your first choice.
  • Be mindful of neighbors’ driveways when parking. Remember that we share this community and want to continue to be good neighbors.
  • Be mindful of others who also need to park. How much room do you actually need? Can another person park in front or behind you?

Police enforce parking regulations in Summit. If you block a driveway, you will get a ticket or get towed. There’s nothing we can do!

The Funeral Home next door spaces are not available for parking at any time. Unless otherwise noted by the UCS office, all unauthorized vehicles will be towed.

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