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, April 26, 10:30am

“Celebrating Our Youth in Action”

A Multigenerational Celebration: Today we will acknowledge and celebrate the youth in our midst and how they are living our principles, especially “Respect for the Interdependent Web of All Existence of Which We Are a Part”. Today wehonor and support the children (and families) that share our UU values.

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Sunday, May 3, 10:30am

“Can Prayer Really Work?”

Presented by UUGSB’s Rev. Christopher McMahon. A little church has a sign saying “God answers knee mail.” Is this really possible? Does prayer have any value at all?

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Sunday, April 10, 10:30am

Damon Governa, MDiv

Presented by frequent guest speaker, Damon Governa, M.Div. a graduate of Union Theological Seminary. He holds undergraduate degrees in comparative religion and psychology. Damon has a passion for raising public awareness of Unitarian Universalism and appreciates the opportunity to “reclaim” religious texts, interpreting them from a UU perspective.

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Sunday, April 17, 10:30am

“What Does it Mean to Have Faith?”

Presented by UUGSB’s Rev. Christopher McMahon. We hear the expression, “People of faith,” or “I have faith,” or “you just have to have faith?” What exactly does this mean?

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Sunday, April 24, 10:30am

“The Call of Duty: Civic Engagement and the Peaceful Warrior”

Presented by Guest speaker Jason Neil. Jason A. He has been an active member of Veterans For Peace Long Island, South Country Peace Group, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). He co-founded the Civic Engagement Workshop.

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Sunday, April 31, 10:30am

Damon Governa, MDiv

Presented by frequent guest speaker, Damon Governa, M.Div. a graduate of Union Theological Seminary. He holds undergraduate degrees in comparative religion and psychology. Damon has a passion for raising public awareness of Unitarian Universalism and appreciates the opportunity to “reclaim” religious texts, interpreting them from a UU perspective.

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UUGSB’s Childrens’ Religious Exploration

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