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We are a Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Serving Chicagoland and the Southwest Suburbs

You may also download the current issue of our monthly newsletter, CONTACT, to view a list of the sermons scheduled each month.

Use this Zoom link for March to view our live streamed services.


Meeting ID: 849 3134 0350

Passcode: 454420

Mar 6 – How I Learned to Pray     Rev. Allen Harden

As a nontheistic person, the idea of prayer was once far outside my comfort zone. I felt that prayer was something for people attached to the more traditional faith practices, people who talked with God. But, as I explored spirituality and faith formation, I came to discover that prayer works for me as well, and that it can bring profound meaning into my personal religious practice. So come on down, and let us pray together.


Mar 13A Zoom-only Sunday of Informal Discussion


The South Side Irish Parade will fill our streets and we will have just lost one hour of sleep as we switch to Daylight Savings. Instead of fighting the fates, we choose to spend a morning of casual conversation and sharing over Zoom. Pam Carlson and the Worship Committee will moderate.


Mar 20– Norooz & Ostara: Celebrations of the Vernal Equinox            

Sussan Navabi & Jennie Cottrill in the pulpit

Cultures throughout history and across the globe have taken astronomical occurrences such as the solstices and equinoxes as times for celebration. In this service, Sussan will reflect on the traditions of the Persian New Year, Norooz, and Jennie will explore the modern relevance of ancient Celtic pagan observances of the Spring Equinox.

This week our collection will go to the Maple Morgan Park Food Pantry.


Mar 27Is it Kismet, Karma, or Amazing Grace?               

Rev. Allen Harden

Some of the biggest religious thinking engages “why” questions. Why do bad things happen to good people? Why do good things happen? Is there any rhyme or reason to the outcomes we experience in our lives?   

Kids 5 to 12 years old

Children aged five through twelve, who are fully vaccinated, are invited to attend the first part of the church service to hear "the story for all ages."  They will then leave to attend their UU Education classes, where everyone who is with them is fully vaccinated.

Buddhist Meditation

Reverend Marcia Curtis For more information please click

Religious Education

Childcare for our youngest is available during services.

All children are welcome!   



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