Rev. Paul Dodenhoff welcomes attendees to an Evening of Coloring and Mediation at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Palisades on Feb. 26. He made a brief discussion about mediation and started the night with mediation chimes before the silent coloring mediation began.
On June 5th at 7:30, Al Stawsky, UUCP member and Chair of the Criminal Justice Reform Task Force of the Unitarian Universalist Legislative Ministry of New Jersey, will talk about the dangerous state of the criminal justice system, the bloated prison system it has created and its disproportionate targeting of people of color keeping racism […]
“UUCP Nite of Jazz -Friday, April 25th at Historic Lydecker House featuring Lee Tomboulian & By the People -A six-piece jazz aggregate on trumpet, alto sax, tenor sax, piano, bass & drums. ”
IN SUPPORT OF ABORTION RIGHTS in Englewood on Tuesday, March 18—— Members of the UUCP Spiritual Centering group decided to forgo our meeting to discuss Social Action and instead attend an Englewood City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 18 which was considering and adopted a resolution creating an 8 foot buffer zone at the Metropolitan […]
A couple of weeks ago, our minister, Rev. Paul Dodenhoff presented a fantastic reading to the congregation called “Yes I Want To Live In A Welfare State”. Paul submitted this the the UUA Worship Web, a resource to help deepen worship in congregations and they accepted it for publication. You can see the published article […]
On Wednesday, January 8, The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Palisades sponsored a public presentation by Matt Smith, North Jersey organizer with Food & Water Watch on Fracking. Participants were educated on the technology, issues, and politics involved, and how we could get involved.