They probably will. I heard from the head of the NFUUF in Jamesport. His says that things are well in hand for immediate needs. Other local churches and the Southold Library have stepped in with offers of space for activities displaced from the SUC building. This is good since the NFUUF is the only other UU group on the North Fork, there are only about 30 to 40 of us and the NFUUF doesn't own its church building and so has to work with the Trust (which has been very gracious but they do have contracts with other groups for uses of the building).
I went to the Unitarian Church a couple of times 2 years ago. I really enjoyed the service and the people. But it's just too hard to get to. I'm kinda lazy and the traffic, in season, is horrendous. The backup over the bridge is just nuts.
On our little island, we have the Catholic, Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist and Lutheran Churches.
The Presbyterian church prolly does more for the community than all the others. They do a lot of outreach for immigrant workers in Immokalee, as well as for the homeless population here. They put in a laundry and shower facilities for homeless to use. In addition, they host a lot of musical talents, classical pianists and such, to perform for anyone who wants to attend a special performance in their church. And other stuff. I'm not a member of the church, so I just see info in the local paper.
I did go to service there at Christmas. I guess people were sick of hearing me sing carols and wanted to hear a choir.
The service was ok, but it just wasn't my kind of thing.
I'd go to the Unitarian Universalist Church if it was closer, or I wasn't so lazy. I mean, it would only take 30 or 40 min to get there, but it would prolly take 2 hours to get home. But, Rev. Allison was wonderful when I went.