MONTHLY THEME: EMBODIMENT May 28 “Justice for Farmworkers on Long Island’s East End” Nathan Berger, The Long Island Organizer for Rural and Migrant Ministry will be speaking, Isabella on piano. …………………….. Sunday Service with free professional childcare and religious education for children and youth. Sunday Services vary greatly. Approximately 2/3 are led by our minister and[...]
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