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What's Happening On Sunday?

August 24, 2014

I Wonder What Would Happen to this World? @ 10:00am only
Steve Cooper, Director of Religious Education
The sign at the park entrance says “Take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints.”  We should have a similar sign at church  that says “Take everything you heard today and leave an imprint on the world.” I wonder what would happen if everyone took our seven principles to heart and tried to make a difference in this world.  This is a singing, hand clapping and toe tapping service for all ages.

Children attend the service.

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. 

Structured activities for youth.

September 7, 2014

Ingathering Celebration @ 9:30am & 11:15am
Reverend Tom Capo 
Come join the DuPage UU Church community as we begin a new church year.  You will have the opportunity to be part of a uniquely Unitarian Universalist Ritual--the Water Communion.  Please bring water from your travels both physical and spiritual.  Each person/family will have the opportunity to blend their waters with the water of the other members of this congregation.  As you pour your water, you will have time to share Six Words about the meaning of your water/your journeys/your time this summer.  I invite you to take some time to reflect on your words before the service.

Children attend the service.

SUNDAY MORNING FORUM - 9:30am in the Learning Center
SCIENCE SUNDAY. Dr. Art Freedman returns to describe some of the interesting water reuse projects in place or planned around the country and overseas.  Access to clean potable water is a major issue in the 21st century as the world population rapidly climbs past 7 billion people.  Americans will be affected by the problem directly and indirectly in multiple ways and it most likely won't be pretty!  Art's presentation will set the stage for future talks concerning this topic throughout the year. Pat Clancy has been asked to give an overview of the native landscaping she coordinated at DUUC during our building project and has graciously agreed to discuss its progress this year, and what to look forward to next year.  Photos will illustrate some of the activities already taking place in this new native habitat. There will be time to discuss both of these topics in the Founders' Room after Science Sunday ends at 10:30.  Grab some coffee downstairs and join in the conversation!