Sunday Service April 5, 2015

“All My Best
 Friends Were …”
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In The Pulpit: Rev. Darrell Berger
 This worship service celebrates Easter  and Passover.
 In 1970, I was elected
the first non-Jewish president
of Alpha Epsilon Pi, a Jewish fraternity
at Vanderbilt University.
While there were simple reasons
not to support fraternities even then,
AEPi really was an exception.
It was the first fraternity there
to have both Jewish and Christian members.  
In 1969, it pledged the first black brother
and recently it pledged the first openly gay brother.
On March 14, 2015, three swastikas
were round painted on its house. 
All are welcome. Service begins 10:45 a.m.
Nursery,Toddler Care, and Sunday School available .
312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Avenue
one block east of Snug Harbor
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Sunday Service March 29, 2015 : FREEDOM SEDER

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FREEDOM SEDER
A Celebration of Liberation, Multicultural Unity and Interfaith Understanding
Muslim, Christian and Jewish Perspectives:
Heshem El Melegy,
Rev. George McClain,
Natalie Shaya
The FREEDOM SEDER is a multicultural interfaith celebration based on the Exodus themes of the Jewish Passover Seder. This uplifiting event celbrates the Civil Rights Movement and other modern libreration struggles. Through ritual, stories, poetry, and music, we learn about each other’s divers cultures and express our yearning for the liberation of all people throughout the world.

All are welcome. Service begins 10:45 a.m.
Nursery,Toddler Care, and Sunday School available .
312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Avenue
one block east of Snug Harbor
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Sunday Service, Mar 22, 2015

In the Pulpit:
Rabbi Michael Howald,
Ghanim Khalil 
CAN WE TALK?
A Dialectic on Islamophobia
and Anti-Semitism
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After Charlie Hebdo, Norway, South Carolina:
ignorance, intolerance, and the
cynical distortions of political actors.
All are welcome.  Service starts 10:45 a.m.
Sunday School, Toddler Care, and Nursery available.
312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Ave,
one block east of Snug Harbor.

Sunday Service, Mar 15, 2015

In the Pulpit: Rev. Darrell Berger
FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH:
OUR SECOND PRINCIPLE
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“Justice, equity, and compassion
in human relations”

All are welcome.  Service starts 10:45 a.m.

 Sunday School, Toddler Care, & Nursery available.

312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Ave,
one block east of Snug Harbor.

Sunday Service, Mar 8, 2015

In the Pulpit: Rev. Darrell Berger
 INTERGENERATIONAL SERVICE:
FIRST PRINCIPLES IN
RELIGIOUS EXPLORATIONMar 08 FB
In the Pulpit: Marge Becker
An exploration of how our Religious Exploration Program integrates our Principles with the Montessori philosophy of education, which is also grounded in respect for the dignity of every individual and commitment to support each person’s search for what is true. 
All are welcome.  Service starts 10:45 a.m.
Intergenerational Service –  no Sunday School,
Toddler Care, or Nursery today.
312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Ave,
one block east of Snug Harbor.

Sunday Service, Mar 1, 2015

In the Pulpit: Rev. Darrell Berger
 FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH:
OUR FIRST PRINCIPLE
dignity
” … the inherent worth and dignity of every person”
All are welcome.  Service starts 10:45 a.m.
Sunday School, Toddler Care, and Nursery available.
312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Ave,
one block east of Snug Harbor.

Award-winning film, ARISE, Saturday, March 7 at 2:00 p.m.

Premiere Staten Island Screening of the award-winning film, ARISE. Learn the stories of extraordinary women around the world who are working to heal the injustices against the earth.

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This event is part of the Greenbelt’s Women Greening the Globe Series, which includes a series of free events that celebrate women’s inspiring efforts towards creating sustainable communities.

Saturday, March 7 at 2:00 p.m.
Unitarian Church of Staten Island
312 Fillmore Street, SI, NY

For more information about the about the Women Greening the Globe Series and Symposium please visit www.sigreenbelt.org

This event is sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Church of Staten Island