January 20, 2019, Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Rev. Dr. Hope Johnson

Today we commemorate and celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As the bearers of his legacy, we must consider how best each of us can balance both power and love. Rev. Dr. Johnson is the Congregational Life Consultant for the UUA's Central East Region and the Southern Region, and the former minister of UU Congregation of Central Nassau, NY, where she served for 15 years.

January 27, 2019, "Integrating Past Religious Experience" - Ken Marino, Worship Leader

Many of us come to Unitarian Universalism from other faiths that we do not completely leave behind. Sometimes memories from these faiths can be painful. How do we integrate past religious experience and what does it mean to be religious in a multi-religious world?

February 3, 2019, “Cracked Pots and People” - Rev. Jennifer Brower, from UU Congregation at Shelter Rock

Join us this morning for worship in song and spoken word and silence when together we will reflect upon the beauty in what has been broken. The Rev. Jennifer L. Brower has served as the Minister for Pastoral Care with the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock in Manhasset, NY, since 2002. She holds a Master of Divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York and has served congregations in NYC and NJ. 

February 10, 2019, Black History Month - Racial Concerns Committee

The Racial Concerns Committee will honor Black History Month by examining the Poor People's Campaign - Then and Now.

February 17, 2019, On Being a Muslim Woman on Long Island - Aleema Hosein, Worship Leader

Mrs. Hosein will speak about what it is like to live as a Muslim in this country, what Islam has provided to herself and her family, and how her Muslim community seeks to educate others about the differences between culture and religion. For 13 years she has been a teacher of Islamic Studies at the Islamic Association of Long Island, where she also served as principal of the Saturday School Program.