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What's Happening On Sunday?

September 6, 2015 @ 10:00am only

Only the Shadow Knows
By Reverend Tom Capo
What have we put into the Shadow Side of ourselves?  Psychoanalyst Carl Jung said of this, “It is a frightening thought that man also has a shadow side to him, consisting not just of little weaknesses- and foibles, but of a positively demonic dynamism. The individual seldom knows anything of this.”  Or as Batman (or Bruce Wayne) said: “I guess we’re all two people. One daylight, and the one we keep in shadow.”  There will be a time to share our joys and concerns during the service.

Structured activities for children during the service.

September 13, 2015 @ 9:30am & 11:15am

Water Communion
By Reverend Tom Capo       
This is our yearly multi-generational service in which we greet our new church year.  This ingathering service includes a Water Communion.  Please bring water from your inner and outer journeys this summer.  You will have the opportunity to share six words about the meaning of your water.   We will explore what it means to be belong to this diverse congregation.

Ingathering Service for All Ages
Bring water collected during your summer vacation.

Sunday Morning Forum, 9:30am - Learning Center
The History of our Church presented by DuPage UU Church member, Dr. Elliot Politser.

September 20, 2015 @ 9:30am & 11:15am

Perspectives on Yom Kippur By Reverend Tom Capo &
the DUUC Jewish Heritage Group
Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the year for the Jewish people. Its central themes are atonement and repentance.  Come join Reverend Tom and the DUUC Jewish Heritage Group as we explore the meaning of this Jewish holy day for Unitarian Universalists.   Please note - Joys and Concerns will not be held this day. They will be held on the 4th Sunday this month.

Religious Education classes begin, 9:30am & 11:15am

Sunday Morning Forum, 9:30am - Learning Center
Science Sunday

September 27, 2015 @ 9:30am & 11:15am

When You’ve Got *NO* Kindness Left To Give
By Reverend Myriam Renaud
Have you embraced an intentional practice of kindness or, more theologically, do you feel called by something-greater-than-yourself to treat others (and yourself) with as much kindness as possible? No matter how deep our reserves, there are moments or even stretches of days when our reserves of kindness are depleted. What then? Our Community Minister, Myriam Renaud, will share some reflections.  A special collection will be held  for Holiday Meals on Wheels. There will be a time to share our joys and concerns during the service.

Children attend religious education classes.

Sunday Morning Forum, 9:30am - Learning Center
An Alternative to the War on Drugs
By Reverend Alexander Sharp
The Rev. Alexander Sharp has long dreamed of creating a faith-based organization that works nationally to end the War on Drugs while bringing about policies and programs that treat drug use as a health not a criminal problem.  In March 2015, Rev. Sharp and a colleague launched Clergy for a New Drug Policy.  He says, “We are well on our way to mobilizing clergy nationally, especially in key states where reform is imminent.” He is also calling attention to the Unitarian Universalist Alternatives to the War on Drugs: 2002 Statement of Conscience, which he feels prophetically identified issues that need to addressed to transform our national culture of punishment.