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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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