Sunday ServicesUnless otherwise noted, all Services begin at 10:30am
For those of you not familiar with this UUGSB tradition, we encourage everyone to bring a favorite poem (or two) to share. In the past our poems have included childhood favorites, love poems, haiku, and more. Have you written your own poem? We’d love to hear it! Too shy to read your favorite poem? No problem! We will have volunteer readers at the ready. Child participation is warmly encouraged.
“Identity Crisis”, part I
Presented by UUGSB’s Damon Governa, MDiv. Damon is a graduate of Union Theological Seminary and holds undergraduate degrees in comparative religion and psychology. With a passion for raising public awareness of Unitarian Universalism, Damon appreciates the opportunity to “reclaim” religious texts, interpreting them from a UU perspective.
“Nurturing, the UU Way”
Presented by UUGSB’s Sunday Service Committee. Mother’s Day is a day in which we acknowledge with gratitude the people who have nurtured us. Who do you nurture? Who nurtures you? Today we will explore the ways in which our denomination, congregation, and members nurture our society in an effort to create a world in which the inherent worth and dignity of every person is honored.
“Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes”
Presented by UUGSB’s Damon Governa, MDiv. Why do we have and perform traditions? Should we reassess our traditions in our search for truth and meaning?
“Equal Opportunity in Housing”
— Presented by guest speaker, Sharon Mullon, D. Min., Fair Housing Education Coordinator for Long Island Housing Partnership. Ms. Mullon will speak on the right to equitable access to housing, In 1968, the Unitarian Universalist Association passed a General Resolution in support of Equal Opportunity in Housing, calling on states and local governments to expand the rights provided for under federal law. The program relates to our 2nd Principle, calling us to affirm and promote justice, equity and compassion in human relations.