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What's Happening On Sunday?

July 20, 2014

The Good Life @ 10:00am only
DuPage UU Church member Caroline Bailey will be leading the service.

Our special collection on July 20th will support Green Earth Institute in Naperville. Green Earth is a nonprofit organization established in 2002 to promote nutritional health and environmental sustainability. Using their organic farm as a demonstration and learning center, they grow healthful vegetables in an earth-friendly way and educate about nature, nutrition, and caring for the earth. Church member Steve Tiwald is the founder and executive director. Please give generously. Thank you!

YOUTH RE
Summer Religious Education classes:
Infant – 3 years: Nursery
Preschool – 4th Grade: Keepers of the Earth
5th Grade and older: Popcorn Theology II

July 27, 2014

The Third Principle in Action @ 10:00am only
We believe that a regular practice of meeting in a small group and being emotionally vulnerable is a way to mature emotionally, relationally, and spiritually. Members of the DuPage UU Church's Men’s Group will share their experiences regarding the joys and concerns of being in a small group at DuPage UU Church.

YOUTH RE
Summer Religious Education classes:
Infant – 3 years: Nursery
Preschool – 4th Grade: Keepers of the Earth
5th Grade and older: Popcorn Theology II

August 3, 2014

Where Did We Come From? @ 10:00am only
Reverend Tom Capo
Unitarian Universalism claims a rich history, but where exactly are our roots?  How do Unitarian churches in Transylvania, Poland, and England connect to our history?  How do Arius, Faustus Socinus, and Ralph Waldo Emerson fit into the development of Unitarian Universalism?  We’ll consider Unitarian Universalism’s history and how this history influences us today.

YOUTH RE
Summer Religious Education classes:
Infant – 3 years: Nursery
Preschool – 4th Grade: Keepers of the Earth
5th Grade and older: Popcorn Theology II

August 10, 2014     

Who Are We Today? @ 10:00am only
Reverend Tom Capo
After exploring Unitarian Universalism's past, we’ll look at modern Unitarian Universalism.  How do other religious people see us?  How do we see ourselves?  What issues do we face as a pluralist faith?

YOUTH RE
Summer Religious Education classes:
Infant – 3 years: Nursery
Preschool – 4th Grade: Keepers of the Earth
5th Grade and older: Popcorn Theology II

August 17, 2014

Where Are We Going? @ 10:00am only
Reverend Tom Capo 
There are some Unitarian Universalist's futurists who are trying to discern what UUs might face as we move into the 21st century.   Well, Reverend Tom has a few ideas about this as well.  Come and consider where you think Unitarian Universalism is heading, what the future might look like.

YOUTH RE
Summer Religious Education classes:
Infant – 3 years: Nursery
Preschool – 4th Grade: Keepers of the Earth
5th Grade and older: Popcorn Theology II

August 24, 2014

I Wonder What Would Happen to this World? @ 10:00am only
Steve Cooper, Director of Religious Education

August 31, 2014    

You Might Not Be a UU If.... @ 10:00am only
Reverend Erika Hewitt

As a group, Unitarian Universalists are so diverse that it’s risky to make generalizations about ourselves – but in this sermon, Erika suggests ten core beliefs that hold us together, as well as reasons that some people might not feel comfortable in a UU congregation.