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Events

  • Friday, March 2, 7:30pm
  • Songwriter’s Share Concert: Caroline Doctorow & The Ballad Makers
  • Special Guest Opener: Chris Kline
  • An evening of music to benefit The Bridgehampton Child Care Center. 
  • $20 admission.  $15 seniors
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  • Sunday, March 4, 12pm
  • Membership & Outreach Committee Meeting
  • All are welcome.
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  • Sunday, March 4, 1pm
  • Nominating Committee Meeting
  • The focus will be the selection of five candidates to serve as members of the new Endowment Fund Committee. Apart from this specific assignment, the Nominating Committee is charged with finding candidates to fill vacancies on the Board of Trustees, officers, and certain committee chairs.
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  • Thursday, March 8, 7pm
  • Board Meeting
  • Open to all!
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  • Sunday, March 11, 12pm
  • Qi Gong
  • Ancient Classical Chinese movements, exercises, and self-massages deepen our awareness and connection with nature’s healing and rejuvenating energies within.  Deepen connections with our Body, Mind, and Spirit, and harmonize with the greater world around us.  Join us! All are welcome!
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  • Friday April 13 2:30 – 4:00
  • Sunday April 15 12:00-1:30
  • The Future of our Ministry
  • Join the Committee on Shared Ministry for a discussion of our hopes and expectations of our congregation and our minister. There are two opportunities to meet, but if you cannot make either of these meetings, be sure to contact Martha Potter. <mtpotter@optonline.net> about your vision for our future. 
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  • Sunday, April 22, 2pm
  • Celebration of Life
  • Please save the date. We will hold a Celebration of Life for Margaret Logan on Sunday, April 22, 2:00 pm at UUCSF Meetinghouse. Margaret, with her husband Charlie, was a pillar of our congregation. She was instrumental in the building of our meetinghouse and developing congregational networks.
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  • PLEASE SAVE THESE DATES! 
  • On Saturday, April 21, 2018, 10am to 4pm, at the UUCSF Meetinghouse, The Rev. Ned Wight will facilitate “Paul Berman Day,” during which time our congregation will learn what the upcoming endowment could mean to us and how we can best utilize it.  There will be a potluck lunch sign up.  More information to come soon.   Celebration Sunday will be on the following day, Sunday, April 22.  Please be sure to write down April 21 and 22 on your calendars today and plan on attending both!

 

Services 

  • February 25 True Love Stories
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Worship Assistant: Michael Daly
  • Musician: Sara Gordon
  • Members and Friends share their stories about Love.
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  • March 4  Through the Wilderness
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Nancy Remkus
  • This week, we explore the theme of humility through the observance of Lent. How can this ancient practice help us to draw closer to a deeper truth of who we are?
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  • March 7, 6pm  Evening Service: Humility
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • Contemplative worship service with music, readings, and reflection on the theme of Humility. Featuring music with Steven Skoldberg.
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  • March 11  A Yankee In The Zendo – unraveling Buddhism for the Western mind
  • Speaker: Michel Dobbs
  • Musician: Abby Fleming
  • In this service we explore the differences between Buddhism and our Western world view. Michel Dobbs, who shares our Meetinghouse as a Zen Buddhist priest in the Ocean Zendo, will discuss some of the teachings of Zen that offer us clarity and peace amid the hustle and bustle of our lives in this individualistic, can-do culture.
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  • March 18 Every Story, Every Voice Matters in the Immigration Conversation
  • Speaker: Hendel Leiva and Eliana Fernandez
  • Musician: Sara Gordon
  • In the face of the ever evolving national immigration conversation, Long Island immigration activists, Hendel Leiva and Eliana Fernandez, join us to speak on the importance of using one’s story to support the effort for equality and justice.  Their new documentary, “From One Mistake” is a first hand account about the factors that led Hendel to target day laborers as a high school student, despite having an undocumented father, and the connection to the rise in today’s hate incidents in America.  The film that will be shown after the service is about the journey to self-awareness, empowerment, and action, in today’s hostile political atmosphere.
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  • March 25 Sit Down, Be Humble
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Worship Assistant: Michael Daly
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • This week, we continue our exploration of humility through the observance of Passover. How might this celebration of faith, daring, and liberation inspire us today?

     

 

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