Unitarian Church of Evanston--Nurturing the Human Spirit for a World Made Whole
the sanctuary at UCE during the daytime

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the sign outside UCE

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Black Lives Matter 2015

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Sunday, November 29, 9:15 and 11:00am
“You Can’t Change One Thing”

If you really can’t change one thing, how can you change anything? How do we respect and learn from the heritage that helps shape us, carry forward those aspects that are useful and meaningful, and change the things that need changing? Rev. Connie Grant speaking.

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Children’s Religious Education

Preschool, kindergarten­-first grade, second-third-­fourth grade, and fifth­-sixth grade classes meet from 9:15-10:30 and 11:00-12:15. The seventh-­eighth grade class meets at 11:00 and the senior high youth group meets at 10:30. All will begin in the sanctuary for the first part of the worship service before going to classes. Childcare for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers is available from 9:00-12:30.

Sunday, November 29, 9:30am
“The Paris Attacks — An Open Discussion in Roughly Three Parts”

1) The facts as now known, e.g. time-line, places attacked, identities of the attackers, weapons used, suspects, military response up to the present.

2) Less well known aspects, e.g. motives of the attackers, lapses in security, choice of places and people, international conspiracy.

3) Future ramifications, e.g. continuing military actions against ISIS, more allies in the fight vs ISIS (whose boots on the ground?), possible increases in ISIS’s ability to recruit. Also the effect on the immigration crisis, on U.S. security — particularly in large cities, and on relations between the U.S, Russia, the EU, Israel, Egypt, Iran, etc. .

Discussion Leader: Dick Whitaker
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