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Services  

  • 10:30am unless otherwise noted
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  • August 19, 2018, 10:30am  Living A Value-Driven Life In Politics During A Time Of Heighted Partisan Disputes
  • Speaker: Bridget Fleming
  • Worship Assistant: Mark Potter
  • Bridget will explore the challenges and rewards of serving as a local public official during a difficult time in American political culture.
  • Bridget Fleming served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office for almost a decade, where she prosecuted sexual assault crimes and government fraud. After six years as a stay-at-home mother, Bridget was elected to the Southampton Town Board in 2010, and served for five years before being elected as Suffolk County Legislator for the Second District, where she currently represents East Hampton, Shelter Island, Southampton and a part of Brookhaven Towns. As chair of the Ways and Means Committee, and co-chair of the Health Committee, Bridget has focused on protecting water quality and natural resources; ensuring economic opportunity for all members of our community; and good, honest government.
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  • August 26, 2018, 10:30am  Out of Many, One
  • Speaker: Eda Lorello
  • Worship Assistant: Kent Martin
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • Unity in Diversity focuses on the existence of unity after lots of differences of cultural, social,  physical, linguistic, religious, political, ideological, psychological etc. as illustrated in the life of one man, Thomas Merton.
  • On August 10th Eda celebrated her 5th year Anniversary of becoming a Roman Catholic Woman Priest. Prior to becoming a priest she served many years as a religious educator in various Catholic schools.
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  • September 2, 2018, 10:30am  Building Cathedrals
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Bennet Kosnesni
  • On this Labor Day weekend, we explore the nature of work and vocation. Amidst the pressures of paid work and community responsibilities, how do we live a life of purpose?
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  • September 9, 2018, 10:30am  Water, The Source of Life
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg’s Daughter’s Quartet
  • Many claim water as a source of life. Yet, around the world, millions face water scarity. How can we contribute to more just access to the world’s resources. Join us for our annual Water Communion, a ritual that celebrates the joining of our many individual paths to one common vessel. Perhaps you are bringing water from a far-away vacation. Or you may share water from our very own Peconic Bay. Wherever your life has taken you this summer, you are invited to bring a small amount of water that has some significance for you.

     

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Events

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  • Saturday, August 18, 7:30pm
  • Rhonda Liss Presents: Life, Love, and What I’ve Learned Along the Way
  • A thoughtful, upbeat, and humorous musical journey on the lessons learned through an adventurous life as a woman and an artist.  
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  • Including “Luck Be a Lady”, “What are You Doing the Rest of Your Life”, “Love for Sale”, “You Can Drive a Person Crazy”, and other songs by Hamlisch, Loesser, Rogers and Hart, Berlin, Gershwin, Sondheim, Porter and Legrand. 
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  • 50% of the donation will go to the Helping Hand Fund. 
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  • At the UUCSF.  Tickets are $20.  For more info call 914-512-1583. 
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  • NY 01 House Candidates’ Forum on Morality
  • DATE AND TIME: Mon, August 27, 2018, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
  • LOCATION: Christ Episcopal Church, 5 Hampton Street (corner of Route 114 and East Union Street) Sag Harbor, New York 11963
  • Free, Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ny-01-house-candidates-forum-on-morality-registration-48749638481?ref=elink%20
  • The UUCSF is co-hosting a non-partisan forum for the two candidates running to represent NY DIstrict 01 in the House, intended to allow voters to hear from both candidates about their own moral and ethical convictions, as well as about the moral dimensions of public policies that are at issue in the election or may arise in the next two years. The forum is hosted by an interfaith group of local houses of worship and their clergy representing 7 faith traditions. Challenger Perry Gershon (D) will attend; incumbent Congressman Lee Zeldin (R) has has thus far declined. Please call Congressman Zeldin to encourage his participation in this event (631) 289-1097
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  • Sunday, September 9
  • Water Communion
  • Our Water Communion ritual offers us the opportunity to honor our connection to the earth’s life-giving water.  Please bring a small amount of water from your summer experience—be it travels far and wide, or adventures close to home.
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  • Religious Exploration begins Sunday, September 9
  • Our Religious Exploration program begins on Sunday, September 9. During worship service (after the first message) children will meet with our Religious Educator, Deborah Marshall, for a fun and engaging exploration of spirituality and values.  Registration and orientation for parents and their children will begin that day.  For more information, contact Rev. Kimberly at <minister@uucsf.org>
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  • September 30
  • New Member Sunday
  • Our community is made stronger by the commitment of each member’s talents and gifts. On Sunday, September 30, we will be welcoming new members to the congregation. If you are considering becoming a member of the congregation, please contact Rev. Kimberly <minister@uucsf.org> by September 9

 

 

 

 

 


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