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What's Happening On Sunday?

March 1, 2015

Guest Speaker, Susan Anderson @ 9:30am & 11:15am
Living as if this world were all and enough is a perspective that can be shared by theists and humanists alike.  Doing so, we acknowledge the "no" born of reason, skepticism and science while dancing into the "yes, and..." which calls us all to be Artists of Life. Susan Anderson will be our guest speaker at this service.

YOUTH RE
All Youth Religious Education classes meet during services
1:00 All levels of OWL

Sunday Morning Forum  - 9:30am in the Learning Center
SCIENCE SUNDAY.  Mike Albrow will lead us on a journey into...“Empty Space - - or is it? The Physics of the Vacuum" Is space as empty as it has been thought to be?  What resides in empty space?  What forces act in space?  Mike Albrow is a member of DUUC, and has been a physicist at Fermilab for the past 24 years.  Before that he was a scientist at CERN (Geneva, CH), at the Rutherford Laboratory (UK), and a professor at Stockholm University. He took part in the discoveries of the top quark and the Higgs boson.  Mike is going to give us a sneak preview of the talk he will give at Fermilab at 1 pm, also on March 1st, after which there will be an open house with physicists to answer questions:
http://eddata.fnal.gov/lasso/program_search/calendar_new.lasso

March 8, 2015         

A Cosmic/Evolutionary Journey
By Reverend Tom Capo @ 9:30am & 11:15am
  
What wonder and awe might we experience if we reflect on the process that brought about this planet, with all its creatures and us.  The Big Bang and Evolution can seem miraculous if we consider what had to happen for us to exist.  Special music by the DuPage UU Church Choir.

YOUTH RE
All Youth Religious Education classes meet during services
12:45 TAG meets
1:00 All levels of OWL

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

March 15, 2015

Whole Person Humanism @ 9:30am & 11:15am
John Hooper, President, Unitarian Universalist Humanist Association
The Unitarian Universalist Humanist Association (UUHA) maintains that science is not enough. Our motto is “Reason, Compassion, Community.” The stereotypical view of Humanism as a purely rational worldview, centered on a third–person perspective of the world, has become obsolete.  Science, itself, has demonstrated that we are hard-wired for empathy and connection.  Moreover, members of the most rapidly growing segment of Americans consider themselves to be “spiritual but not religious.” Whole person Humanism, as promulgated by the UUHA, integrates first-person experience, second-person empathy, and third-person rationality into a life stance that fully appreciates the wonder and celebrates the awe of being alive. 

YOUTH RE
Preschool – 6th Grade Children’s Chapel during both services
11:15 7th & 8th grade class meets
11:15 High School class meets
1:00 All levels of OWL

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

March 22, 2015

Some Thoughts & Feelings on Humanism
By Reverend Tom Capo @ 9:30am & 11:15am
What does it mean to be human?  What can we aspire to if we embrace humanism?  What are the blessings of humanism?  A Special Collection will benefit National Alliance on Mental Illness - DuPage. http://namistars.org/

YOUTH RE
All Youth Religious Education classes meet during services

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

March 29, 2015

What is on my Heart?
By Reverend Tom Capo @ 9:30am & 11:15am
Reverend Tom has been thinking a great deal about “Black Lives Matter.”  He has felt great sadness over the many injustices, oppressions, and prejudices that have happened in the year to people of color.  He will share some of what is on his heart about our country and how they treat people of color.

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