We all hear plenty of bad news concerning backsliding on environmentalism, racial justice and more across our country — and in our state. Even while we seemingly “await the deluge” there is much good news to share and build upon too.
Guest minister, Rev. Rob Gregson will talk about some of the extremely positive developments happening–like the first pilot project for “solar gardens” in low and moderate-income communities, about helping to “UU the Vote” in neighboring Pennsylvania before Election 2020, and our “3 Ways You Can Help Migrants” campaign. Following the service, Rev. Gregson will
also give a short presentation on ways big and small you can help build a more loving, just community locally and statewide.
Rev. Rob Gregson serves as the Executive Director of Unitarian Universalist FaithAction New Jersey, a social justice and public policy ministry representing all 21 UU congregations across the state. Prior to UU FaithAction, Rev. Gregson co-founded and directed SimpleGifts: Unitarian Centre for Social Justice, both a local community center and British Unitarian social justice training program based in Bethnal Green, London, UK. He has served congregations as a parish minister in rural Hunterdon County, NJ and North London, UK. A graduate of Amherst College and Harvard Divinity School, Rev. Gregson currently lives in South Orange, NJ with his two teenage children.