9:00 am Worship Service – ALL Ages
10:15-11:15 am Education Hour (unless otherwise noted) – ALL Ages
11:30 am Worship Service – ALL Ages

The Worship services will be identical in content and order. The programming between the services will utilize our whole church building. Children and youth religious education classes will meet during this time, making use of all our classrooms. We will have coffee hour in Kreves Hall during the entire RE hour. Adult Learning programs will be offered in the Learning Center and in the sanctuary. The Adult Learning programming will include opportunities to delve more deeply into our themed ministry topics, UU history, UU theology, justice issues, world religions, science, and more.

Click on Adult Programs for upcoming and ongoing offerings that do not occur Sunday mornings.

Upcoming Adult Learning Offerings

March 3, 2024

Science Sunday (Learning Center)
Mike Winter will introduce you to some of the precursors to Darwin and intellectual contributors to his theory of evolution through natural selection. Come meet Abraham Trembley who stirred discussions and debates across Europe concerning Life, Death, the Soul, God, Atheism, and Purpose by his studies of minute water organisms. He influenced the scholars and professors that later came to Paris to study at what used to be called the Jardin du Rois, the Royal Garden. Renamed after the French Revolution it became the headquarters for Scientific study and is still there today. Meet Comte de Buffon, Cuvier, LaMarck, Hilaire, and others. What contributions did they make at the Jardin des Plantes to understanding our place in the Epic of Life?

March 10, 2024

Meet & Greet (Learning Center)
Would you like to get to know more people in the congregation? Meet & Greet is a great way for new members, visitors, and established members to get to know one another in a small group setting.  Walk-ins are welcome, though registration is helpful for set-up. Contact Tina Lewis at tlewis@dupageuuchurch.org to register.

Keys to Flourishing and Loving: An Emerging Way – Part 1 (Sanctuary)
An experiential workshop facilitated by Randy Schenkat
Looking at Forces of Destruction that are limiting our collective thriving especially around the unequal use of power. Seeing the traps of our common ways of viewing how the world works. Hearing stories of a new breed of organizations – for profit and non profits that are bringing forth new operating systems which catalyze growth and flourishing of co-workers while being very financially successful. Imagining new possibilities in social justice and vibrant democracy and considering what this might mean for our DUUC voice. Creating structures and practices that enable human flourishing and deepen capacities for a loving world.

Randy worked with Winona(MN) Council for Quality for 25+ years
www.winonaworks.com . He has BBA and Special Ed Administration Licensure from UW-Madison and has practiced as a school psychologist, special education teacher and administrator, college professor, and public school and higher education change agent before the Quality Council role.

March 17, 2024

Science Sunday (Learning Center)

Religious Naturalism (Sanctuary)
This workshop led by Rev. Dr. Myriam Renaud, DUUC’s Affiliated Community Minister, will focus on Religious Naturalism of the Unitarian Universalist philosopher and theologian, the Rev. Dr. Jerome Stone. Myriam is leading each of the morning’s services on March 17th, during which she will briefly introduce the Rev. Dr. Jerome Stone’s theology. The workshop is an opportunity for a deeper dive into Stone’s ideas.

March 24, 2024

Covenant of Right Relations III (Learning Center)
facilitated by the Committee on Shared Ministry (COSM)
The third of three sessions to hear about the revised Covenant of Right Relations. The Covenant of Right Relations is our shared agreement on how we communicate and behave with each other.

Keys to Flourishing and Loving: An Emerging Way – Part 2 (Sanctuary)
An experiential workshop facilitated by Randy Schenkat
Looking at Forces of Destruction that are limiting our collective thriving especially around the unequal use of power. Seeing the traps of our common ways of viewing how the world works. Hearing stories of a new breed of organizations – for profit and non profits that are bringing forth new operating systems which catalyze growth and flourishing of co-workers while being very financially successful. Imagining new possibilities in social justice and vibrant democracy and considering what this might mean for our DUUC voice. Creating structures and practices that enable human flourishing and deepen capacities for a loving world.

Randy worked with Winona(MN) Council for Quality for 25+ years
www.winonaworks.com . He has BBA and Special Ed Administration Licensure from UW-Madison and has practiced as a school psychologist, special education teacher and administrator, college professor, and public school and higher education change agent before the Quality Council role.

March 31, 2024
Single service (Easter) – no education hour