Social Justice Meetings

Third Sunday of the month

Next Meeting 

Sunday, December  18th 12:30pm

Social Justice Meetings

Third Sunday of the month

Next Meeting 

Sunday, December 18th 12:30pm

 Meditation and Conversation

Wednesdays 7:15 pm gathering

then begin practice at 7:30 pm.
Member led meditation. Join us for a meditation practice followed by conversation and community over coffee and donuts.

Please see our UUniquely Queens Meetup page for details



This year’s Candlelight Service will be held on Saturday, December 24 at 4:00 p.m. in the UUCQ Sanctuary!  Yes, this is Christmas Eve as well as the first day of Hanukkah.  The Solstice will be a couple days before this and Kwanzaa begins on December 26.  So it seems a perfect time to celebrate all of these Winter Holidays at once.

This is a service filled with story and song about these holidays.  It is a special time for this congregation, and it is one of the most heavily attended services of the year.  The service will culminate with the annual candle-lighting ceremony which is one of our most beautiful rituals.

4:00 pm.  Saturday, December 24. hope to see you there!

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 Here find a house of welcoming, Here find vision and hope ,Here be received as you truly are Unique and beautiful ,Your journey acknowledged , Your love honored,          

 Let us rejoice together    

Words by Unitarian Unversalist minister Rev Brugnola


Skeptics, Seekers, Liberal Religious Thinkers
Philosophy Discussion Group

Wednesday, September 28

Wednesday 7:15 pm

Michael Ricotta, Philosophy Masters Graduate 
On Wednesdays, we will be discussion some of the philosophical arguments for the existence of God 

Many of these arguments, some of which date back thousands of years, serve as interesting intellectual exercises, teasing apart what we think we know about the universe and our place within it from what we think we're capable of knowing. 

Meeting will begin with a short talk led by

Michael Ricotta, Philosophy Masters Graduate 

Please take the time to read the attached document 
Preliminaries to Aristotle’s Proofs

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

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UUA President Offers Pastoral Message on The Election
By Peter Morales
November 8, 2016

Rev. Peter Morales, president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), offered the following pastoral message as he reflects on the election:

"The election is finally over. Most of us are shocked, even horrified, by the results. We live in a nation whose deep divisions have been exposed. The wounds of this election will not heal soon. Many of us are emotionally exhausted and deeply offended by what we have experienced. 

This is a time to take a deep breath and a long view. Our role as religious progressives committed
todemocracy,compassion and human dignity is to help bend our culture toward justice. Think of issues like marriage equality and civil rights. The laws change when attitudes change. Our role is to help change attitudes, to lead by example. 

Fear, anger, racism and xenophobia have created fertile ground for demagogues. Our voice is going to matter in the coming years. Our role, as always, will be to be a powerful voice for compassion and civil rights. Perhaps, at times, we may even be called upon to join with others to resist flagrant injustice. 

For now, let us reflect and draw strength from one another. Together we can recover. Together we can shape the future."