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What's Happening On Sunday?

October 26, 2014

Is Class a Religious Issue? @ 9:30am & 11:15am
Myriam Renaud, Community Minister
Economics and power play important roles in class issues. The service will focus on class inside UU congregations. Class is often invisible and, given the down-turn in the economy, we may be making inaccurate assumptions about "who is in the church." Let's explore what's going on, and play with some possible answers to the question of whether class is a religious issue.

YOUTH RE
Classes meet in designated classrooms.

Sunday Morning Forum - 9:30am in the Learning Center.  Not currently scheduled. 

November 2, 2014

What the Heck is Spiritual Growth? @ 9:30am & 11:15am
Reverend Tom Capo
We say that we affirm and promote encouragement to spiritual growth within our congregations.  Are we talking about developing a supernatural connection or are we affirming some sort of psychological development?  What does spiritual growth mean anyway?  There will be a time for spoken joys and concerns during the service. A special collection will be held for Light of the Hearth.

Sunday Morning Forum - 9:30am in the Learning Center
SCIENCE SUNDAY - Judy Cameron spent a great deal of her professional career as a food inspector in DuPage County.  Judy will talk about the science behind food inspection.  What causes food-borne illnesses and how does a government entity combat them?  How effective are food safety experts in keeping our restaurants and supermarkets safe?  Will increases in population create new challenges and will our current means of oversight stand up to these challenges?  Come, listen, and discuss the safety of our food supply!

November 9, 2014

Spiritual Practices @ 9:30am & 11:15am
Reverend Tom Capo                         
Many people can identify some spiritual practices; many people would consider prayer and meditation spiritual practices.  So what is a spiritual practice and what purpose does it serve?  The DuPage UU Church Adult Choir will be performing during the service.

November 16, 2014

What Is On My Heart? @ 9:30am & 11:15am
Reverend Tom Capo 
Reverend Tom has been preaching on themes since he arrived.  This service will not relate to the theme, but instead to what Reverend Tom has been thinking about recently.  What’s on his heart this month is ISIS and the Middle East.  There will be a time for spoken joys and concerns during the service. Art Freedman’s string ensemble will perform in the service and we will recognize our newest members. A fire drill will be held during both services.

Sunday Morning Forum - 9:30am in the Learning Center.  SCIENCE SUNDAY

November 23, 2014

Bread Sharing—Religious Traditions and Food  @ 9:30am & 11:15am
Reverend Tom Capo
Food is used in many religious traditions to celebrate, to remember, to bring attention to values.  How does food fit into Unitarian Universalist ritual and tradition?  We will break bread together in this service and consider its meaning.  This will be a multigenerational service—all ages are invited to attend the service.

November 30, 2014

Spiritual Growth @ 9:30am & 11:15am
This service will be presented by the Sunday Services Committee.