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3V Interfaith Clergy Association Directory

Three Village Interfaith Clergy Association Member Congregations



All Souls Episcopal Church
https://www.allsouls-stonybrook.org
61 Main Street
Stony Brook, NY 11790
(631) 751-0034

Bethel AME Church
https://www.facebook.com/BethelAMEChurchSetauketNY/
33 Christian Ave.
Setauket, NY 11733
(631) 751-4140

Caroline Church of Brookhaven
1 Dyke Road
Setauket, N.Y. 11733
(631) 941-4245

Conscience Bay Quaker Meeting
https://consciencebayquakers.org
4 Friends Way
St. James, NY 11780
(631) 928-2768

Islamic Association of Long Island
http://seldenmasjid.org
10 Park Hill Drive
Selden, NY 11784
(631) 732-1235

North Shore Jewish Center

www.northshorejewishcenter.org
385 Old Town Road
Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776
(631) 928-3737

St. James Roman Catholic Church
http://www.stjamessetauket.org
429 Rt. 25A
Setauket, NY 11733
(631) 941-4141

Setauket United Methodist Church

http://www.setauketumc.org
160 Main Street
E. Setauket, NY 11733
(631) 941-4167

Setauket Presbyterian Church
www.setauketpresbyterian.org
5 Caroline Ave.,
Setauket, NY 11733
(631) 941-4271

Stony Brook Community Church
216 Christian Ave. 
Stony Brook, NY 11790
(631) 751-0574

Temple Isaiah
www.templeisaiahsb.org
1404 Stony Brook Road
Stony Brook, NY 11790
(631) 751-8518

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Stony Brook

www.uufsb.org
380 Nicolls Rd
East Setauket NY 11733
(631) 751-0297

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  1. Just joined the community: Stony Brook University Hospital Chaplain for Palliative Care - Rev. kate Huddelson!

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  2. New member of the Clergy Interfaith Group is Kate Huddelson, Pallaitive Care Chaplain at Stony Brook University Hospital. So glad to be a part of this interfaith group this past 6 months. Blessings to all who come across this Blog post and activities that the Group offers.

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Find something concrete that we can work on together in our communityCome out with a statement to the community about this gatheringHave clergy visit other houses of worship for teaching and conversation Invite people of other faiths or no faith traditions into our houses of worshipBring younger people into our interfaith programsAsk elected officials to talk about this kind of workIdentify root causes of hatred and address themEncourage media coverage of our programs What other ideas do you have for next steps? Please share them in the comments.