SUNDAY

9/11 SERVICES

Farmingdale: All Farmingdale firemen/emergency responders, their families, and the public are invited to participate in a special healing service on the 21st anniversary of 9/11; following the service, everyone is invited to honor the day by tying ribbons around the Memorial Tree dedicated to Lt. Christopher P. Sullivan, FDNY, who led the church's nursery school children in fire safety; 9:30 a.m., Farmingdale United Methodist Church, 407 Main St., farmingdaleumc.org, 516-694-3424.

Manhasset: The Manhasset Clergy Association invites community members regardless of faith background to attend and remember the members of the community who were killed on 9/11. Area clergy will speak and community members will have the opportunity to name loved ones who died on 9/11. Members of the Lakeville-Manhasset Fire Department will raise the American flag in honor of first responders, 8 p.m., Mary Jane Davies Park, Plandome Road, call 516-526-8391 or email revjimmyonly@gmail.com for more information. 

WORSHIP SERVICES

East Meadow: Divine Liturgy, open to all people seeking a community rooted in the Christian Church with an emphasis on sacraments, prayer, Holy Scripture and theology, coffee hour follows, 9:30 a.m., Holy Trinity Orthodox Church, 369 Green Ave., free, htocem.org, 516-483-3649.



Roslyn: In-person service at 10 a.m., also available online, Trinity Episcopal Church of Roslyn, 1579 Northern Blvd., free, trinityroslyn.org, 516-621-7925.

TUESDAY 

TUESDAY NIGHT TALKS: WORSHIP, WISDOM & THE WORD

East Northport: Guest speaker Pastor Ski from Rushing Wind Biker Church in Holbrook speaks about the topic "Back From the Dead," 7 p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m. for refreshments, Samantha's Li'l Bit Of Heaven Ministries, 287 Larkfield Rd., free admission, all are welcome, samanthaslilbitofheaven.org, 631-262-1212.

WEDNESDAY

COOKING WITH SISTERS COOKING DEMO

Coram: Join the Jewish Women's Circle for a pre-Rosh Hashana cooking demonstration, 7 p.m., Lubavitch of the East End Chabad House, 87 Mount Sinai-Coram Rd., $25, register, jewishli.com/jwc, 631.698.4000.

FRIDAY, Sept. 16

CHRISTIAN MUSIC

East Northport: Dana Isles & Facedown Band performs gospel, rock and worship music, 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Samantha's Li'l Bit Of Heaven Ministries, 287 Larkfield Rd., $15 donation, must reserve in advance, samanthaslilbitofheaven.org, 631-262-1212.

LOWERING PRESCRIPTION DRUG COSTS Senior Services of North America discusses...

LOWERING PRESCRIPTION DRUG COSTS

Senior Services of North America discusses the demographics of prescriptions in the United States today, prescription safety, and how to reduce the cost of medications, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oyster Bay-East Norwich Library, 89 East Main St., Oyster Bay, free, register at oysterbaylibrary.org, 516-922-1212. Credit: iStock

SATURDAY, Sept. 17

HISTORIC CEMETERY TOUR

Manhasset: Members of the Christ Church community host a historic cemetery tour where costumed re-enactors portray those long ago deceased on a 50-minute guided walk; tours depart from the Cemetery lightpost every 20 minutes, 1-4 p.m., Christ Church, 1355 Northern Blvd., $5 (children) to $20, tickets sold day of event, christchurchmanhasset.org, historiccemeterytour@gmail.com, 516-627-2184.

SHABBAT SERVICES

Hauppauge: In-person and virtual services available, all are welcome, 9:30 a.m., Temple Beth Chai, 870 Townline Rd., free, bethchaiofhauppauge.com, 631-724-5807.

SEPT. 18

HOMECOMING SUNDAY & BLESSING OF BACKPACKS

Farmingdale: Blessing of backpacks held at 11 a.m. following the 9:30 a.m. service, all students are welcome, refreshments served, Farmingdale United Methodist Church, 407 Main St., free, farmingdaleumc.org, 631-884-0149. 

With LaToya Rodriguez, Daniel Variano, Keri Wall-Treudler