Unitarian Universalist Congregation of The Great South Bay

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We welcome everyone: Atheist, Agnostic, Buddhist, Christian, Earth-Centered, Hindu, Humanist, Jewish, Muslim, or
those who identify with other philosophical or religious traditions. We welcome the LGBTQ community.

Sunday, March 1, 10:30am

“The Power of Giving”

Presented by UUGSB's Rev Christopher McMahon. We would not exist without the support of our members and friends. Right now, supporting UUGSB is more important than ever! Together, we can make a difference in the world and support the local community too!
After Service: Adult RE: Universalist History

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Sunday, March 8, 10:30am

“International Women’s Day”

A Multigenerational Celebration: International Women’s day is celebrated worldwide every March 8th. At today’s service we will be “visited” by several prominent women (past and present). Come hear their inspirational stories and learn more about what we can all do to advance women’s rights.

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Sunday, March 15, 10:30am

“Why Do Bad Things Happen to Me?”

Presented by UUGSB's Rev Christopher McMahon. All of us experience moments of suffering — sometimes a lot of suffering. Are there causes for this or is everything just a random occurrence? How can we best cope with the difficult times in life?

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Sunday, March 22, 10:30am

“The Seventh Generation”

Presented by frequent guest speaker, Damon Governa, M.Div. Today we celebrate the dedication of a child. What a great opportunity to consider the impact our principles, words, and deeds can have on all children!

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Sunday, March 29, 10:30am

“Palm Sunday”

Presented by frequent guest speaker, Damon Governa, M.Div. This is the day that traditional Christianity celebrates Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem. But was it a triumph? If so, over what? Join us for a Unitarian Universalist look at this holiday, and maybe even we of liberal religion can find in it a reason to wave some palms!!

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UUGSB’s Childrens’ Religious Exploration

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