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You are welcome to bring your full self here.

From pathways to membership, care team ministry, and covenant groups we’ll help you feel a part of our community.

Our Ministers

Our congregation was founded in 1897 by a group of women seeking liberal religious education for their children and has a history of long-term settled ministry.
Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael

Senior Co-Minister

Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael

Central to Rev. Anya's current ministry is the honest confrontation necessary to dismantle white supremacy, xenophobia, homophobia, transphobia, and sexism.

Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael

Senior Co-Minister

Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael

A "Religious, Naturalist Mystic," Rev Scott strives to embody service to our holy mission to build Beloved Community, together, in covenant.

Until we meet again, virtually or otherwise, you are in our hearts.

Diversity Strengthens All

Diversity Strengthens All

May 19, 2024

"Diversity Strengthens All"— led by the Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael, senior co-minister and the 2024 Coming of Age Class. Every year our Coming of Age class offers a worship service in which they declare their statements of belief, their convictions about who they are, and the world they are called to build. This is an incredible service and a chance to learn from our youth.

The Many and The One

The Many and The One

May 12, 2024

"The Many And The One"— led by the Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael, senior co-minister. The most infinitesimal particle, the quark, still contains a multitude. There is no one person, one idea, or one moment in time that does not contain and contribute to diversity. This Mother's Day we celebrate the uniqueness of motherhood and the diversity of its expression and experience.

Sustaining the Call

Sustaining the Call

May 5, 2024

"Sustaining the Call" — led by the Rev. Charles Loflin, affiliated community minister. In 2006, UU FaithAction was founded as a collaborative effort of New Jersey UU congregations to confront systemic injustice through Education, Mobilization and Advocacy. The call to faith based activism is energizing but also carries with it the risk of burnout. How do we sustain the call to social justice work without being driven to exhaustion?

Molly, UUCM Religious Education graduate

I am proud to have grown up in this congregation. I learned here to become a compassionate and passionate advocate for social justice on all fronts.

Join us as we counter white supremacy, fight climate change, protect voting rights, witness border injustices, and more.

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