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Spoken Word - Say it! Sing it!
Guest speaker Anita Jencks shares her love of spoken word with an exploration of the ways it lives in the world today.
The service will be uploaded to Youtube and available by Tuesday morning. Past services are also available to watch on our Youtube Channel.
Commitments of the Heart
What does this time require of us and how can we keep ourselves nourished while we lean into our most sacred commitments as individuals and in community? Join Rev. Allison Farnum as she explores these questions from the lens of her work as UU Prison Ministry of IL.
Rev. Allison Farnum is the Director and Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Prison Ministry of Illinois.
We have a continuing commitment to the spiritually rich and psychologically sound nurture of your children and youth. Our comprehensive program embodies our Unitarian Universalism principles and heritage. We seek to provide our young people with opportunities for worship, learning and fellowship activities that will guide them along their spiritual journey.
Our program has gone virtual during the Pandemic but we are offering hands on class materials and weekly videos to stay connected during this challenging time.
Contact our Director of Programs, Pam Fodor, for more information.
What to Expect
Our service starts at 10:00 am. You will hear an inclusive message at UCH. You can join via Zoom and have an interactive experience or visit Youtube to watch the service live - or later on.
The service is usually 40- 60 minutes long ! There is music, silent reflection, spoken prayer, stories & readings, and a monetary offering. Rev. Pam Rumancik leads worship about three Sundays per month; guest and lay leaders lead about once a month.
It is impossible to struggle for civil rights, equal rights for blacks, without including whites. Because equal rights, fair play, justice, are all like the air; we all have it or none of us has it. That is the truth of it. ~ Maya Angelou
The Social Justice Circle brings together multiple teams to ensure that we are coordinated, and to find opportunities for deepening connections. The Social Justice Circle teams include:
At the root of our UU faith is that we are all connected; we are more ourselves, the more we connect with others. So join the work of the Social Justice Circle and see what we can accomplish together! For info, contact
Make a difference in your world. UCH offers many ways to connect, learn, share, grow, volunteer, and engage. Bring your passion and your gifts and we will find space for you to thrive.
In addition to the Sunday morning service, members and friends can also gather to study religion and religious history, morality and ethics. They might work to further a cleaner environment or provide help to one another, enjoy one another’s company and just have fun. Like in any organization, church life is enriched the more one participates. The following are some of the committees, events, workshops and programs that help shape this congregation. They are open to anyone interested.
Ways to Get Involved
Life becomes religious whenever we make it so: when some new light is seen, when some deeper appreciation is felt, when some larger outlook is gained, when some nobler purpose is formed, when some task is well done. ~ Sophia Lyon Fahs
Our Director of Religious Education, Pam Fodor, with support from our strong Religious Education Committee, takes great care in preparing fun, captivating, classes, workshops, activities and worship services to help our folks explore their Unitarian Universalist beliefs and values as they grow and mature. Pam Fodor is happy to speak with you further about the program. Please feel free to contact her at 630-323-2885 Ext. 110 or email@example.com.
Growth & Learning
Children & Youth - Many programs on hiatus until it is safe to gather again.