Religious Leaders Share Space in Mohegan Lake
"We celebrate life, nurture each other, and provide support in loving and open-hearted acceptance."
Rev. Paul Tesshin Silverman and Rev. Karen Brammer
Rev. Karen Brammer of the Fourth Unitarian Universalist Congregation and Rev. Paul Tesshin Silverman of Iron Ox Center/Tetsugyuji Zen Temple are now sharing the church building located at 1698 Strawberry Road in Mohegan Lake.
In a statement announcing the new arrangement, they said it would enable additional spiritual programs that strengthening their mutual commitment to “supporting open-minded spiritual exploration and ethical development. We celebrate life, nurture each other, and provide support in loving and open-hearted acceptance.”
The Unitarian Universalist services are held Sundays from 10:30 to 10:50 a.m. (for families with children) and from 11 a.m. to noon (traditional UU service). For more info, visit FourthUU.org.
The new Yorktown Zen meditation group meets with Abbot Silverman Saturdays from 9 to 11:30 a.m. For more info, visit Tetsugyuji.com/4.html.
To reach the church building, call 914.222.3114.