• 10:30am unless otherwise noted
    • January 20, 2019
    • A Moral Revival
    • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
    • Worship Assistant: Steve Romm
    • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
    • In the year before his assassination, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. called for a Poor People’s Campaign – seen in the 1968 March on Washington for Jobs and Justice. On this celebration of the life and work of Rev. King, we’ll explore the modern Poor People’s Campaign — a new call for a moral revival.
    • January 27, 2019
    • Karma and Grace
    • Speaker: Rev Linda Anderson, Community Minister in affiliation with Stony Brook Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
    • Worship Associate: Sue Penny & Margi Pulkingham
    • Musician: Abby Fleming
    • No, this isn’t the name of a new tv series, but rather a look at the relationship between these two ideas.  Do we always reap what we sow?  Does what goes around comes around?




  • Sunday, January 20. 12:30 – 2:00 pm
  • What is Unitarian Universalism anyway?
  • Whether you are a new visitor, you have been visiting for a while, you are a long-time member, or you are merely curious, we invite you to join us for this Introduction to Unitarian Universalism – who we are, what we believe and, what we are doing to make the world a better place. All are welcome.
  • Monday, January 21, 5:30pm
  • Inreach Team Meeting
  • Our Inreach Team focuses on deepening and strengthening relationships among members and friends of the congregation.  Current projects include: Circle Dinners and ways for members to stay connected beyond Sunday morning.  If you are interested in working on these, please join us on Monday, January 21.
  • Tuesday, January 22, 6:30pm
  • Outreach Team Meeting
  • Our Outreach Team focuses on building connections with our local and world community.  Current projects include: social action (Maureen’s Haven, Food Pantry) and publicity and marketing for the congregation. If you are interested in working on these, please join us on Tuesday, January 22.
  • Sunday, January 27
  • Maureen’s Haven Overnight
  • At Christ Episcopal Church Upper Parrish Hall, 5 Hampton Street, Sag Harbor
  • Here’s a hands on opportunity to help the homeless.  On January 27, our congregation of Temple Adas Israel and the Christ Episcopal church will be hosting 8 to 10 men in need of winter shelter.  Please help make this a big success – you can bring food, help serve, help set up, help clean up, and much more.  To sign up, go to:
  • https://signupgenius.com/go/60b0c4ba9aa22a2fa7-january.
  • Friday, February 1, 7:30pm
  • Fifth Annual Songwriter’s Share Concert Series Featuring Inda Eaton
  • Playing to benefit Project Most.  General Admission: $20; Seniors & Students: $15.






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