Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary 168 Hill St, Southampton, NY11968 Sacred Hearts was founded by Irish immigrants that had been brought to Southampton to serve the upper class. The current…More church was built in 1908 and features a 300-year-old pulpit and stained glass windows from Munich and Austria. The church offers youth and adult choirs and religious education classed for children. Father Jeffrey J. Madley has served as pastor since 2000. Sacred Hearts hosts Human Resources of the Hamptons, a community food pantry and assistance center for the hungry and homeless.
Whitefield Condominiums 155 Hill St, Southampton, NY11968 Constructed in 1907, this 30-acre property is located on Hill Street, across from Sacred Hearts of Jesus and…More Mary Church. It originally functioned as the summer residence of James Lawrence Breese, a New York City-based photographer who was trained as an engineer. The property, which includes expansive lawns and gardens, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. 29 condominiums are located near one of the gardens.
Alternatives for Children 168 Hill St, Southampton, NY11968 Alternatives for Children is a non-profit pre-kindergarten school for special needs children. South Fork School…More Districts pay for special needs students to attend Alternatives for Children, where their education needs, such as speech therapy, are addressed. The school rents classroom space from Sacred Hearts Roman Catholic Church, but it is not affiliated with a religion. Southampton is one of Alternatives for Children's four sites, the others being Setauket, Melville and Aquebogue.
Cormaria Retreat House 67 Bay St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 Run by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Cormaria Retreat House is a Catholic retreat that offers spiritual…More programs for people of all denominations. Its stated mission is "to create an atmosphere where the Spirit flourishes for the life and dignity of all." It is in the Village of Sag Harbo, next to Havens Beach. The 1905 waterfront house on 18 acres has been a retreat center since 1949.
Our Lady of The Hamptons Catholic School 160 N Main St, Southampton, NY11968 Our Lady of the Hamptons is a regional Catholic school supported by St. Rosalie's in Hampton Bays and Our Lady of Poland…More and Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary in Southampton Village. The three parishes joined together to found Our Lady of the Hamptons in 1982. The school building was originally built in 1961. The current principal is Sister Kathryn Schlueter. Our Lady of the Hamptons also has a pre-kindergarten in Hampton Bays at St. Rosalie's.
Joshua’s Place is a spiritual community honoring the uniqueness of all people, cultures, paths and…More experiences. It is a sacred space where intimacy is built and members have the opportunity to engage in heartfelt ways with trust, openness and love.</p>
<p>Research has shown that people deal best when connected to others. Many have shared that just walking into Joshua’s Place invoked an immediate inner peace and connection. It is a small center with a big heart that welcomes all to participate in the programs offered and experience friendship, insight and support.</p>
Human Resources of the Hamptons is a charitable organization that provides food, clothing and other aid to those in…More need. HRH has a food pantry for families to visit on a weekly basis and also provides a Thanksgiving meal and holiday gifts. The charity also facilitates home heating oil assistance and rides to doctor's appointments. It is located beneath Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary's parish hall.</p>
<p>HRH organized a program at Southampton Elementary school called After School Academy that provides tutoring for children whose families normally couldn't afford it. Other programs include Serve Our Seniors, performing maintenance on homes of seniors living on a fixed income, and Care for the Caregiver, which delievrs hot meals to the terminally ill and their families.</p>
<p>Every December Human Resources holds The Polar Bear Plunge, a dip in the ocean at Coopers Beach in Southampton Village. Participants donate a minimum of $25 to participate or get sponsors, and the proceeds benefit the food pantry.</p>
<p>The executive director is Mary Tupper.</p>