Union Chapel Dedication Proves the Enduring Power of the Pew
Noah Asimow

On Jan. 6, 1961, U.S District Court Judge W. A. Bootle ordered the immediate admission of two black students to the University of Georgia, ending 160 years of segregation at the school.

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Final Summer Sunday at Union Chapel
As the Union Chapel 2019 season comes to a close this Sunday, Sept. 1, trustee Reverend Dr. Aliya F. Browne will deliver the sermon, entitled He Knows My Name.
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For Son Volt, a Creative Stew Is Key to Originality
Holly Gleason
Jay Farrar didn't know he was creating a whole new genre when Uncle Tupelo began, just as he didn't set out to toughen up Americana with Son Volt.
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No Straight Lines: Valerie Jarrett Reflects on Her Life, Career
Holly Pretsky
Valerie Jarrett appeared to have it all: a degree from Stanford and a law degree from Michigan, a job at a reputable law firm. All the boxes were checked.
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U.S. Slave Song Project
Jim Thomas and the U.S. Slave Song Project will bring a special performance of 1854 A Folk Opera to Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs on Friday, August 23, beginning at 5 p.m.
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Union Chapel Welcomes Rev. Otis Moss 3rd
Reverend Otis Moss 3rd returns to Union Chapel on Sunday, August 11.
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Union Chapel Speaker
On Sunday, August 4, Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs welcomes back the Reverend Kenneth J. Kieffer for his fifth visit.
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Union Chapel Speaker
Union Chapel welcomes the return of the Rev. Dr. Howard-John Wesley from Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia, this Sunday, July 28.
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Rev. Dr. Nancy Taylor to Preach at Union Chapel
Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs welcomes the Rev. Dr. Nancy Taylor to preach on Sunday, July 21, with a sermon titled Irregular.
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Rev. Liz Walker Returns to Union Chapel
Union Chapel continues its season on Sunday, July 14, with a return preaching engagement from the Rev. Liz Walker.
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