Unitarian Universalist Congregation of The Great South Bay

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those who identify with other philosophical or religious traditions. We welcome the LGBTQ community.

Sunday, February 1, 10:30am

For How Long, God?

Presented by frequent guest speaker, Damon Governa, M.Div.There are times when circumstances are so difficult that we just can't take anymore. We'll explore the wisdom of Judaism, Sufism, an American president, and a Stoic philosopher for guidance on such situations.

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Sunday, February 8, 10:30am

Salvation – It is the End or Just the Beginning?

Presented by UUGSB's Rev. Christopher McMahon. In Christianity, the word “Salvation” is often used. What does this mean exactly and in a liberal religious tradition, can the term make any sense?

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Sunday, February 15, 10:30am

Standing on the Side of Love

Presented by frequent guest speaker, Damon Governa, M.Div. Fear and hate are powerful forces that can drive both individual and societal actions. Love serves as a counter to these forces.

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Sunday, February 22, 10:30am

“James Reeb and Selma”

Presented by UUGS member, Marina Russo. A multigenerational service about UU minister James Reeb who in 1965 answered the call of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., for clergy to join him in Selma, Alabama, to protest violence by state troopers against civil rights marchers.

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UUGSB’s Childrens’ Religious Exploration

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