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We are a Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Serving Southwest Chicagoland

November 2021 Services:

Register for indoor services or join livestream on Zoom (check the weekly email for registration instructions and the Zoom link).

November 7 - Rivers and Dreams Rev. Allen Harden Rivers, to me, can be as powerful in metaphor as they are important in reality. They always move seaward, the precious flow of waters gouging a landscape, floating boats, and creating scenes of aesthetic wonder. They seem eternal. Let’s think of how they sustain us and evidence meaning before us.

November 14 – Journey to Belonging Julia Jones Membership is great, but it is not a magic portal to feeling like a part of the greater whole. Science tells us that that feeling, belonging, is tremendously important. After a year and a half of pandemic living, we can hardly deny the importance of feeling connected. Let’s explore what it means to feel belonging and how we can cultivate it at BUC.

November 21- Finding and Making Sanctuary Rev. Allen Harden How can we characterize a place of safety and security? How important is safe haven to us and to many others in our world? What forces must people face that cause them to need shelter and protection? I believe that understanding sanctuary is a big part of becoming welcoming and compassionate, and that requires us to exercise our skills of empathy and caring fully.

November 28 - Hanukkah and Religious Freedom Greg Lawler The Biblical (at least in Catholic and Orthodox Bibles) book of Maccabees tells of a struggle between Jewish religious leaders and Greek invaders. This Hanukkah story has been celebrated by Jews for thousands of years focusing on the miracle of the oil and as a celebration of the preservation of the Jewish religion. I will tell the story but then discuss challenging questions of religious freedom: in nations, between and inside cultural groups, and in families.

All Sunday services start at 10:30 am Childcare and religious education are available during services. Minister: Rev. Allen Harden 773-288-2394 Director of Religious Education: Amanda Price 773-398-3533 Office Manager: Mary E Lewan Office hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 8:00 am to 12 noon Office Phone: 773-233-7080 Web Site: www.beverlyunitarian.org E-mail: Please submit all Contact content to the editor Vicky Nodal by the 24th of the month for inclusion.

 


   

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas Tree Sales 2021

This is one of BUC's most important Fun(d) Raisers and a Beverly/Morgan Park tradition. You can now reserve and pay for your beautiful holiday tree right here, on line.  It will be waiting for you to pick up at the church so don't wait to order because when they are gone, they are GONE!  We don't want anyone disappointed.

Buddhist Meditation

Reverend Marcia Curtis For more information please click redlotussangha.org.

Religious Education

Childcare for our youngest is available during services.
                

All children are welcome!   

 

 

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