Led by Dylan Debelis During the holocaust, Jews and other victims wrote books upon books of jokes to help them cope. At the deathbed, many people tell silly stories or make inappropriate sarcastic remarks to get a laugh. What does this absurd levity mean for us in our daily lives?
Led by Dylan Debelis You would have thought that Pride celebrations would have been canceled this year. The night before many Pride parades all around the country, fifty people were murdered at a Gay Bar in Orlando. Only, the celebrations were not cancelled. Instead, the celebrations exploded with anger, gratitude, and joy. How do we […]
Led by Dylan D. Debelis Summer is the hottest time of year. Classically, it is the time Americans take their families to the beach, drink margaritas, and celebrate freedom. But, what about those of us who feel emotionally cold and empty during this time? Should we feel ashamed? How do we serve all of those […]
Rev. Alison B. Miller speaks to those gathered at the Morristown Interfaith Clergy Council’s Vigil for Peace and Justice on July 14, 2016.