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What's Happening On Sunday?

July 26, 2015 @ 10:00am

This service will be presented by the DuPage UU Church Social Action Committee.

YOUTH RE
Summer religious education classes at 10:00am.

August 2, 2015 @ 10:00am

Who Were the Iowa Sisterhood?
By Reverend Tom Capo

At the end of the 19th century a group of extraordinary women claimed their role as ordained ministers. Following the Women's Ministerial Conference organized by Julia Ward Howe in 1875, 21 Unitarian women founded the Iowa Sisterhood to serve churches throughout the Great Plains.     Who were these women and why are they important to our faith?  There will be a child dedication during the service (Parker Steele). There will be a time for Joys and Concerns during this service.  

YOUTH RE
Summer religious education classes at 10:00am.

August 9, 2015 @ 10:00am

Reflections on General Assembly
By Reverend Tom Capo

The Unitarian Universalist General Assembly is held each year in June.  This gathering of Unitarian Universalists from all over the country (and the world) comes together to decide on the future of our denomination and how we need to impact the world in the here and now.  Come and hear some of the high points and struggles faced during this General Assembly.  And let’s look at the direction our religion seems to be heading.  Martha K. Capo will provide the music.


YOUTH RE
Summer religious education classes at 10:00am.

August 16, 2015 @ 10:00am

People of Color in Unitarian Universalism
By Reverend Tom Capo 

Our denomination has lacked people of color for many reasons, but this is slowly changing.  We are trying to find a path toward being a more multicultural multiracial religion; let’s look at some of the gains and challenges as our denomination begins to move in this direction.  There will be a time for Joys and Concerns during this service.

YOUTH RE
Summer religious education classes at 10:00am.

August 23, 2015 @ 10:00am

Generosity of Spirit by the Sunday Services Committee
We are constantly in a state of generosity--we give our time, our energy, our good wishes, and our emotional support to others. This generosity is the basis of our church's Beloved Community and all meaningful relationships in our lives. In both giving and receiving generosity of the spirit, we enrich our own character and the life of our community. Join the Sunday Services Committee as we explore the many faces of generosity of the spirit, and how generosity shapes our lives.

YOUTH RE
Summer religious education classes at 10:00am.

August 30, 2015 @ 10:00am

Telling our Tales
By Steve Cooper, Director of Religious Education
What do the World Wide Web, Superman, Pluto, kindergarten lessons, burning books and honey in the rock have to do with Unitarian Universalism? This morning you will hear stories about some UUs who have made their mark in the world. Will you make your mark too? This is a service for all ages with hand clapping and foot stomping music fun for everyone.

YOUTH RE
Children attend the Service for All Ages.