St. Thomas More Catholic Church has provided religious services for the Hauppauge community since the 1960s. The…More Rev. Monsignor Francis Midura leads worship services, acting as the fourth pastor of the synogogue. He aims to engage his congregants, making services an enjoyable experience, while sharing lessons from the Bible.</p>
<p>The church also offers religious education for children through eighth-grade, or confirmation, with a youth group ministry program. Both a youth and adult choir meet regularly to practice. In addition, several community events are planned each month. Further details can be found in the church's online bulletin or yearly calendar.</p>
Kulka, LLC 175 Commerce Dr, Hauppauge, NY11788 Kulka is a construction company. Its services include construction management and general contracting. It has…More experience building a wide range of spaces including those for commercial, office, municipal, medical and religious purposes. The company is headed by president Jack H. Kulka and serves the metropolitan New York area.
Lead by Rabbi Rhonda Nebel, Temple Beth Chai is an Egalitarian Conservative Temple serving Jewish residents of…More Hauppauge since 1972. Their motto is "A Community Within A Community." The synogogue offers a variety of services to suit all needs. Transliterated copies of the services are available Friday night and Saturday morning, with Spanish copies on Friday evening. Temple Beth Chai also hosts a variety of free community programs and events.</p>
Village Lane Bible Chapel is a born-again, non-denominational Christian assembly that was founded in 1960. It began…More with a gathering in the home of Edward Everett in Central Islip, then moved temporarily to a storefront and an American Legion hall on Route 347 before finding its permanent home in Hauppauge in 1967. This autonomous congregation lovingly built its chapel mostly by hand, and it's a close-knit community that worships there today. </p>
<p>All are welcome to participate in events, though the elders request that individuals be born-again Christian to participate in services.</p>