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Skeptics, Seekers, Liberal Religious Thinkers
Philosophy Discussion Group


Wednesday April 27, 7:15 pm



















"As a branch of philosophy, ethics investigates the questions "What is the best way for people to live?" and "What actions are right or wrong in particular circumstances?" In practice, ethics seeks to resolve questions of human morality, by defining concepts such as good and evil."





Join us as we explore what does it mean to live an ethical life





MISSION STATEMENT

To Learn...

To Serve...

To Celebrate...


VISION STATEMENT

To provide our diverse congregation,

and the larger Queens community,

with an energetic, spiritual home

that combines our artistic, environmental


and social values


with our joyous message of  



love and compassion


 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

Muslim Journeys Book Discussion presents a special book talk by 


Author Moustafa Bayoumi

How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?: Being Young and ArabinAmerica, will lead Saturday May 14 1:30 book discussion.

 Moustafa Bayoumi author will lead a discussion on  his thought provoking book

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

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 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

 

Upcoming Service 


Sunday, May 8,  11:00am 









         








“Julia Ward Howe and the First Mother’s Day”        The Rev. Dr. Jim Macomber

Mother’s Day is actually yet another Unitarian invention.  That’s right, the first Mother’s Day was organized by Unitarian Julia Ward Howe in 1872.  Let us explore her legacy, both historic and religious.