Inclement Weather Closing Informationsnow shoveler

To find out if a Sunday service has been canceled due to inclement weather, please do one the following:

  • Check this wbpage for a cancellation notice
  • Check your e-mail and look for a UUFSB message
  • If you have Cablevision, watch Channel 12 OR visit (click on the InfoBar).

For other UUFSB events that are cancelled due to inclement weather, we will also email a Special Newsfeed and post a notification on this website.

Winter 2020 Meditative & Wellness Arts Classes

Essentrics new transThe schedule of classes for our Meditative and Wellness Arts Winter Program is available online. The program includes Tai Chi, Qigong, Kripalu Yoga and Essentrics. Classes are offered Monday through Friday and include something for everyone, from beginner to advanced. For more information contact Linda Mikell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Humanist Discussion Group Meeting - Tuesday, Jan. 21, 7:00 p.m.

humanist greenThe Humanist Discussion Group meets next at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 21 in the Yellow Room at the Fellowship. The topic is how to develop/create Smart Growth communities on Long Island. All are welcome.

The topic is how global warming will affect Long Island. The effects of higher temperatures will result in:

  • more severe weather events
  • the present ecosystem changing to that found much further to the south
  • sea level rise due to glacier melting and warming oceans
  • invasion by more southerly pests that will cause havoc to native plant live
  • increase in illnesses associated with invasive pests such as mosquitoes and ticks

The changes will not just be in the future; the effects on Long Island have already begun. Click here to read the article by Edward B. Colby entitled "Five Ways Climate Has Changed on Long Island and Beyond."

The Meixsells at Le Petit Salon de Musique – Sunday, Feb. 2, 2:00 p.m.

MeixsellsLe Petit Salon de Musique encourages music lovers to join us on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020 at 2:00 p.m., to listen to a selection of the world’s most beloved songs performed by Ron and Julie Anne Meixsell, with pianist Doris Anne McMullen. This entertaining collaboration of a talented husband and wife vocalist duo with an accomplished pianist has become a favorite of Long Island audiences and this year's appearance promises to be the best ever. They’ll offer Operatic selections, German lieder and art songs, as well as a second act of classic Broadway.

Ron and Julie Anne have performed to rave reviews for more than twenty years, and each time these enthusiastic and accomplished performers grace Le Petit Salon’s stage, audience members leave with favorite melodies ringing in their heads and joy in their hearts.

Tickets in advance $20 at Ticket price at the door $25/seniors $20/under 18 yrs $10. Please call 631-751-0297 for group pricing (10 or more).

Martin Swinger at Grounds and Sounds – Friday, Feb. 14, 8:00 p.m.

MartinSwingerGrounds and Sounds welcomes back to its stage an old friend, Martin Swinger. With a three-octave vocal range and a talent for writing award-winning songs, Swinger is a veteran of 40 years of performing award-winning original songs, traditional and contemporary Americana music as well as swing and jazz standards. Martin has seven CDs and numerous songwriting awards. He is now living in Asbury Park, NJ where he is quickly gaining a reputation across the Northeast as a formidable performer and songwriter.

Currently Martin is co-developer (along with his husband of 35 years) of a new LGBTIQA board game called Rainbow Quest! which teaches LGBT history and culture while inspiring self-esteem and community building, and is pursuing his first musical - Hungry Pond - a collection of songs about the life cycle of a freshwater pond told in first-‘person’ by the critters who inhabit the eco-system. Martin is a wonderful person with a unique love of life and music. Please join us. To hear some of Martin’s music, click here. For tickets, click here.