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  • January 21, Chalice Lighter Sunday
  • Speaker: Sandra Dunn
  • Worship Associate: Pamela Greinke
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • Sandra Dunn, a Hampton Bays resident, was a program director for almost 10 years at the Hagedorn Foundation, where she managed the Local Immigration and Civic Engagement programs.  Before beginning at the Hagedorn Foundation in 2008, she served as the executive director of OLA of Eastern Long Island, a Latino advocacy organization, and ran for a seat on the Southampton Town Council.  From 2004 to 2017 she facilitated Spanish-language memoir-writing workshops through Herstory Writers Workshop and co-edited and co-translated “Latinas Write/Escriben” (2011), a bilingual anthology of memoirs in progress written by women in Herstory’s Spanish-language workshops.  In 2013 she was appointed to the New York State Advisory Committee of the United States Commission on Civil Rights and is the 2013 recipient of the Lawrence Timpa Memorial Award for Professional Service awarded by the Suffolk County Human Rights Commission.  Sandra holds a Ph.D. in Spanish Literature from Cornell University.   The annual UU Chalice Lighter recipient is being awarded to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Miguel de Allende (UUFSMA) for their work to improve the access of disadvantaged Mexicans to education, health care, and an improved environment with the hopes that their lives will be richer and easier and they will find a better life here at home in Mexico.  A special collection basket will be available for your generous donations to UUFSMA, subject Chalice Lighter.  You can also give electronically by PayPal or by Zelle Interbank Transfer through uufsma.treasurer@gmail.com.  Thank you.
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  • January 28  From Immigrant to New Citizen
  • Speaker: Martha Potter & Nancy Nano
  • Worship Associate: Mark Potter
  • Musician: Abby Fleming
  • Here are the stories of immigration, the dreams, trials and joy in the lives of the new arrivals. Martha Potter tells what she has learned while coaching dozens of immigrants through their citizenship exams over the past 6 years…people from Mexico, Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Columbia, as well as the Philippines, Morocco, France, Latvia, and the Netherlands. And Nancy Nano, a tailor who owns a shop in Noyac, tells her story of migrating from Peru to our South Fork and becoming a citizen.

     

 Events

  • Friday, January 12, 7:30pm
  • Songwriter Share: HooDoo Loungers
  • We are kicking off the Fourth Annual Songwriters Share Concert Series with the HooDoo Loungers. This very unique series that gives back to the community features local songwriters that SHARE with the audience what inspired them to write their songs and they SHARE the proceeds of the concert with a local charity of their choice. Concertgoers not only support local musicians and local charities, they also get an inside look at the songwriting process through these talented musicians. The Songwriters Share Concerts will be held the first Friday of each month-January through June.
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  • Since 2009 the HooDoo Loungers have been performing their New Orleans influenced brand of R&B up and down the east coast. Their new CD, as yet untitled will be released this spring and members of the band look forward to performing trimmed down versions of their new songs. Featured at this concert will be keyboards David Deitch, Guitarist Michael Schiano, vocalist Dawnette Darden with Joe Lauro on acoustic bass and David Giacone on percussion.
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  • The HooDoo Loungers have chosen to play to benefit “The Island Gift of Life”, a non-profit charity providing financial assistance and other related services to people with life threatening illnesses living on the East End. 
  •   A complimentary reception follows the concert with an opportunity to speak with the artists and fellow concertgoers. General Admission is $20-and $15 for students and senior citizens.
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  • Upcoming concerts include:
  • February 2nd Inda Eaton playing to benefit ‘Project Most’
  • March 2nd-Caroline Doctorow playing to benefit ‘The       Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center’
  • April 6th-Fred Raimondo playing to benefit ‘The Retreat’
  • Opening for Fred will be Steve Skoldberg
  • May 4th Gene Casey accompanied by Tricia Scotti-playing to benefit “Turtle Rescue of the Hamptons”
  • June 1st-The Songwriters Share Showcase featuring 5 local songwriters-Job Potter, Sarah Azarra, Klyph Black, Sarah Greene, Cynthia Daniels.
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  • Sunday, January 14, 12pm
  • Wi$dom Path: Part Three Money, Spirit and Life
  • Participants delve into ways to align faith, values, and a sense of a life calling with their financial ways of being. All sessions at noon at UUCSF. January 14: Faithful Spending January 21: Faithful Giving **date change January 28: Faithful Investing February 4: Spiritual Practices in a Material World
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  • Sunday, January 14, 3pm
  • Discussion on Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption
  • Join Racial Justice East End – our community racial justice partnership – for a continued discussion of Bryan Stevenson’s book Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption.  Just Mercy exposes the biases and unfairnesses in our criminal justice system and challenges readers to draw on principles of mercy and compassion to fix our broken system.  Sunday, January 14 at 3pm here at the UUCSF.  Just Mercy was the UUA 2015-2016 Common Read.
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  • Sunday, January 21, 12pm
  • Congregational Vote on Carbon Fee & Dividend Proposal
  • Please mark on your calendars and make every attempt to be present.  If you have any questions prior to the vote, please contact John Andrews at 631-668-5429 or any Board member. 

     

        


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