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    We gather as an inclusive community to grow in character, mind, and spirit and to transform the world toward fairness, love, and compassion.  Read about the shared values and many beliefs that make up our congregation.

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    We are one busy and growing congregation of people all striving to make the world a better place.  Read our online newsletters, check out the church calendar and look at our Adult Enrichment and Youth Religious Education opportunities.

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What's Happening On Sunday?

We are currently on our summer service schedule. There is one service on Sundays at 10AM through September 4th.

July 31, 2016 @ 10:00am only

The DuPage UU Church Social Justice Committee will provide this service.

August 7, 2016 @ 10:00am only

Inherent Worth and Dignity
By Reverend Tom Capo
There were a lot of discussions this year at UU Ministry Days about Micro-aggressions, about able-ism, about how easy it is to be mindless of the way our words and behavior affect those around us.  How do we treat each other with worth and dignity?  Let’s explore our first Unitarian Universalist Principle in how we worship and how we interact with one another.  There will at time in the service to share Joys and Concerns.

August 14, 2016 @ 10:00am only

Our Song to Sing
Guest Speaker, Matt Meyer
We can imagine a world with more equity and compassion, but the journey to get there is long. How we do celebrate ups and downs on the road while we travel? Where do we find joy in the community that assembles along the way? Join us for a service of rhythm and song as we celebrate this beautiful and complicated faith journey together. There will be a Special Collection for Special Place during the service.  

August 21, 2016 @ 10:00am only

Acceptance of One Another and Encouragement to Grow
By Reverend Tom Capo
Reverend Tom will explore the idea that we are called by our faith to accept one another, even when we make mistakes.  And how we can help each other to grow and learn from our experiences.  There will at time in the service to share Joys and Concerns.

August 28, 2016 @ 10:00am only

Search for Truth and Meaning: service for all ages
Steve Cooper, Director of Religious Education
Many religions and cultures have different ways of making spiritual connections. Some do this through praying, singing, meditating or dancing. Native American spirituality has as many forms as the number of First People each of whose beliefs are unique. Some beliefs are common to the people of a band or tribe; others can be generalized for a cultural area; and still others can be said to hold for all Native Americans who have grown up in traditional communities or with an awareness of their cultural heritage. In this service we will be joined by a Native American drumming circle. They will share will us how they make spiritual connections through their drumming, chanting and dancing. In this interactive service we will participate in story, dance and song.