Skeptics, Seekers, Liberal Religious Thinkers
Philosophy Discussion Group

Wednesday December 16, (Due to holiday)

“Science tells us how to heal and how to kill; it reduces the death rate in retail and then kills us wholesale in war; but only wisdom…can tell us when to heal and when to kill…[B]ecause in these days our means and instruments have multiplied beyond our interpretation and synthesis of ideals and ends, our life is full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. Science gives us knowledge, but only philosophy can give us wisdom.” The Story of Philosophy, p xxvii\

Philosophy is a strong foundation on which to build important personal things such as career, faith, and relationships.
We will meet to discuss philosophical ideas and their role in life today.

Neeting will be held at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Queens

147-54 Ash ave Corner of Sandford and 149
Meeting will begin with a short talk led by

Michael Ricotta, Philosophy Masters Graduate


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Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Queens 147-54 Ash Ave Flushing NY 11355

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Wednesdays 7:15pm gathering​​​

Meditation and Conversation

Meditation Group – Meditation practice will take place on Dec. 2nd and 9th in the Youth Room. (There will be no meditation practice on Dec. 23rd or 30th, due to the holidays). We gather at 7:15 pm, then begin practice at 7:30 pm.

Please see our UUniquely Queens Meetup page for details. 

Member led meditation. Join us for a meditation practice followed by conversation and community over coffee and donuts. 


147-54 Ash ave

Flushing NY 11355

Next Service 

​November 29 11:00am

Sunday November 29 - Why Church?

It's difficult for many in our society today to prioritize coming to church, when there are so many demands on our time and attention. Even those who subscribe to the idea of divine decrees that attendance is a "must" often don't come. So why come at all, and what should take place when you get here? And what better time to cover the topic than the Sunday after a holiday, when many stay home?

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Queens


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and the larger Queens community,

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and social values

with our joyous message of  

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