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Enriching lives through an art show with a purpose: Support of local artists and LGBT youth.
Lifelong faith development
A pluralistic community of Christians, Buddhists, Jews, humanists, atheists, pagans, seekers, and more - find how reason and spirituality can be happy companions on your journey to live and grow your faith as a UU.
Integrating church with life
Unitarian Universalism affirms seven core principles and six sources grounded in teachings of the world's religions and humanism that embrace a congregation's theological diversity rather than a single creed.
Upcoming Sunday Sermon Topic
Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017 @ 9:30 am and 11:15 am
By Reverend Tom Capo
Our American culture often doesn’t seem to value the knowledge and experience of those who have reached a certain age. Eldering is a vision for growing older that embraces the many opportunities to have life be richer and more rewarding than most can imagine. We'll consider the value of the elders in our church and provide them an elder ritual.
9:30 am in the Learning Center. Spiritual Formation: "A Journey Through Time - Life of the Prophets." Yousuf Siddiqui from the The Islamic Center of Naperville presents a multimedia presentation produced by the Center. The presentation highlights the prominent messengers of Islam - Adam, Noah, Moses, Abraham, Jesus and Muhammad - with direct references in the Quran to each of them. It offers insight to the messages they conveyed, the links among them, and how the Quranic view is similar to and different from the biblical narrative of the messengers of God. Join us to gain a better understanding of how Muslims view Jesus, Moses, etc., and their respective positions and status. There will be time for questions and answers.
Religious Education classes meet at 9:30 am and 11:15 am
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