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SUNDAY July 26 ~ 10:30 AM

Guest Minister in the Pulpit: Rev. Teri Schwartz
Sermon: "Let the Mud Settle"
Our minds can be like the water of a pond--sometimes clear, and sometimes cloudy with the mud and muck from the pond bottom. There has been much in our world and lives that continues to unsettle the mud. Practices of mindfulness can bring us a bit more clarity in our interior landscape. When our minds are less clouded, we can then see our world more clearly, if even by a bit.
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The Rev. Teri Schwartz serves the First Unitarian Church of Chicago, her along with her spouse, the Rev. David Schwartz as a co-ministry team since 2013. First U is a multi-racial, theologically a plural house of worship located in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. Teri also serves a chaplain to students at the Meadville Lombard Theological School since 2013. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School and Brown University, Teri has served as a professional hospital and hospice chaplain prior to her current call as a parish minister. You can find Teri walking around her home neighborhood of Woodlawn with her puppy, who is only one and a half times her size. She lives with her clergy spouse and their two elementary-aged kids and with their four cats, and that giant St. Bernard, their house is filled with chaos, fur, and even more love.

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Gather for a virtual coffee hour. The link is posted after the service and in the Friday eBulletin.

Buddhist Meditation

Reverend Marcia Curtis is temporarily canceling the Sunday evening meditation until further notice. For more information please click
We hope to resume the meditation and dharma talks in the next few weeks.

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Childcare for our youngest is available during services.

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