10:30am unless otherwise noted

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  • November 17, 2019
  • Women Leaders, Strong Communities
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Worship Assistant: Bev Krouse
  • Musician: Sara Gordon
  • Since its founding, the UU Service Committee’s work has been shaped and sustained by women’s leadership. Today, we are proud to partner with women leaders who are increasing representation for women in their communities, while strengthening access to justice for all. During this year’s Guest at Your Table program, please join us to learn more about women leaders from UUSC partner organizations taking on some of today’s greatest human rights challenges.
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  • November 24, 2019
  • These Gifts
  • Speaker: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
  • Musician: Steven Skoldberg
  • Join us on Sunday, November 22 for a special Thanksgiving Bread Communion. We will celebrate our gratitude and the shared abundance of our gathered community. Everyone is invited to bring some bread that speaks to your family or your heritage. *if you are bringing bread for our communion please contact Rev. Kimberly at minister@uucsf.org so that we are able to plan appropriately for this event. This is a multigenerational service – children and youth will participate in the service.
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  • Events
  • Holiday Choir Rehearsals
  • The Holiday Choir will start rehearsals on Sunday, November 10. Rehearsals will be at noon following Sunday services leading up to two performances. The Choir will perform on Sunday, December 22 and Tuesday, December 24 @5:00 pm. Please contact Steven Skoldberg and/or Kent Martin for more information. New members are welcome!
  • Board Meeting
  • Thursday, November 14, 7pm
  • All are Welcome!
  • Justice On Earth (book discussion)
  • Friday, November 15; 6pm
  • At a time when racial justice, environmental justice, and economic justice are seen as issues competing for time, attention, and resources, Justice on Earth explores the ways in which the three are intertwined. Those on the margins are invariably those most affected by climate disaster and environmental toxins. The book asks us to recognize that our faith calls us to long-haul work for justice for our human kin, for the Earth and for all life. It invites us to look at our current challenges through a variety of different perspectives, offers tools to equip us for sustained engagement, and proposes multiple pathways for follow-up action.
  • Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of Race, Class, and Environment, edited by Manish Mishra-Marzetti and Jennifer Nordstrom (Skinner House Books, 2018). Available at inSpirit: UU Book and Gift Shop. https://www.uuabookstore.org/Justice-on-Earth-P18357.aspx
  • Mildred Granitz Celebration of Life
  • Saturday, November 16, 2019, 3pm
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  • Congregational Meeting To Vote on High Impact Community Outreach
  • Sunday, November 17, 12-1pm
  • At our recent UUCSF Council Meeting, we came together and agreed on a proposal to be presented to the Congregation for launching a High Impact Community Outreach Grant Program.
  • The Mission of this Grant Program is to promote positive social action on the East End of Long Island, New York. In living the Unitarian Universalist principles, we promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person, justice, equity and compassion in human relations, a free and responsible search for truth and meaning and the interdependent web of all existence. We work for all East-Enders to share in our bounty, creating a better place to live, work and play.
  • Please see the details of this proposal on the event page AND
  • Please join us Sunday, November 17th after service to VOTE on adopting this much awaited High Impact Community Grant Program
  • *Members and Friends are invited to attend
  • *Members will be asked to vote
  • *A 40% quorum of members is required for a vote
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  • Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival
  • Sunday, November 17, 1:30pm
  • The Long Island Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is having a meeting on Sunday, November 17th at 1:30pm at the UUCSF and you are all invited. We will talk about the Poor People’s Campaign – its history, purpose, fundamental principles, and plans for Long Island. We also hope to hear testimony from people who are suffering from the ills of our society, and to talk about ways we can contribute to helping. Please help us spread the word.
  • For information, contact Susan Karbiner at jkarbiner@aol.com or 631-560-1642.
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  • A Raisin in the Sun at Bay Street Theatre
  • The UUCSF is planning an evening at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor to see their current production of “A Raisin in the Sun” on Friday, November 22nd. The play begins at 7:00 pm and will be preceded by a panel conversation including our own Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson and Ken Dorph.
  • We are looking forward to an evening of thoughtful conversation and theatre and socializing and hope you can join us. Group discount tickets for $40.50/ticket need to be ordered early, so please contact Carol Holstein (631)365-2110 or crholstein@aol.com no later than Monday, 11/11.
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  • Sunday, November 24, 2019. 3:00pm
  • The UUCSF will host our community Interfaith Thanksgiving Service and Potluck.
  • This Interfaith worship and potluck brings together congregations from Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor — and, this year, East Hampton. We hope you will join us for this worship service, and stay for the potluck dinner that follows. If you can help with the hosting of this event (singing, setting up, cleaning up) please contact: Rev. Kimberly <minister@uucsf>
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  • Inreach Team Meeting
  • Sunday, November 24, 12pm
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  • “Divinity and Ultimacy” Book Discussion Series
  • Following the success of our two discussion sessions on America’s Four Gods, UUCSF will be continuing with a series of discussions on the broad subject of God. Our next selection will be The Case for God by Karen Armstrong. Karen Armstrong is a wonderful writer on the subject of religion. She has written several books on religious subjects including Buddhism and Islam. Her works have been translated into 45 languages. She has lectured at many significant secular and religious venues, including the Ware Lecture at the UU General Assembly in 2011.
  • In this book, as she provides a good historical discussion of human approaches to God. What may be best about her book is how she clears up misconceptions that many people—fundamentalists, atheists, and mainstream believers alike—have about where religion came from and how it got to be what it is today.
  • The discussion will take place on two dates as follows:
    December 22, 12:00 noon at the meetinghouse. Part I: The Unknown God, 30,000 BCE to 1,500 CE.
  • January 19, same place and time. Part II: The Modern God, 1,500 CE to the present.
    The book is available on Kindle and from ebay as well as in libraries and local bookstores.

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