Unitarian Church of Evanston--Nurturing the Human Spirit for a World Made Whole
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Sunday, May 31, 9:00 and 11:00am
“Celebrating our Learning Tradition”

As we celebrate the learning of the children in our religious education program and honor the work of their volunteer teachers, we’ll learn the stories of some of our Unitarian Universalist forebears. After the service, please visit our classrooms to find out more.

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Sunday, May 31, 9:30am
“Nature’s God: The Heretical Origins of the American Republic”

The founders weren’t Christians as the Tea Party would have you believe, but mainly deists and secularists. This new book by Matthew Stewart delineates the characters and chronicles the history, also revealing some interesting facts about two lesser known contributors, Thomas Young and Nathan Hale. Discussion leaders: Gordon Mallett and Dick Whitaker

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UCE Cancer Care Group Continues This Sunday, May 31

Please join us this Sunday at 9:30am in comfortable, private Room 2.
Our “regulars” keep coming back to talk and listen; learn and teach. Most are on familiar terms with cancer: they have had it, are in treatment now, or have experienced cancer with a loved one.

While our core group continues to sustain our meetings, I deliberately cast a wider net. You may be a widow or widower, a dear friend, a care giver, a UCE member with a sincere interest in learning more about how cancer affects our lives. We also welcome those who have lost a partner. Grief needs to be shared with others.

Even if cancer is not directly affecting your life today, you too may well have important thoughts to share, or questions to ask. This group is both open and confidential. Come with a caring heart. We keep the stories in the room.

41% of Americans will have cancer sometime in their lifetime. Over 60% will experience it through family connections.

Questions, comments, or topic suggestions: please email Chris Isely at chris.isely@comcast.net

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