Unitarian Church of Hinsdale

Unitarian Church of Hinsdale


Just wanted to let people know that DuPage United is looking for a paid part time admin. Here is the job description.
Hello everyone! My name is Liza and I’m a member of People’s Church of Kalamazoo. I would like to invite all young adults ages 18-35 to join us for CONscientious, our annual young adult con. It will take place from January 17-19 at our church in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The focus of the weekend will be climate change; we will hear from climate activists and be empowered to reduce our carbon footprint. We will have numerous workshops to choose from, including guided meditation, a book-club, and making your own body oils! We hope you’ll join us for a wonderful weekend of connection and renewal. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. See you there! Registration link -
The children work on holiday crafts during our Deck the Halls Sunday!
Ed was always a good man.
The UCH players performed The Importance of Being Earnest last evening to a full house. 🎭
Hey Hinsdale! There's an art show at your neighbor UU church in Naperville this Friday and Saturday. Come #SipNibbleShop and support #YouthOutlook at Prairie View Arts Invitational Fri 6-9 & Sat 10-4. Oh! And we have a taco truck Friday evening with live music and free champagne while you shop.
3-4 grades doing spring planting with Dennis Sejut!
"Interstate 90 is a human trafficking pipeline to the Chicago area." First United Methodist Church - Elgin Administer Justice Concerts for a Cause - ArtemisiaArtemisia Nothing But Treble YWCA Elgin Downtown Neighborhood Association of Elgin IL https://www.dailyherald.com/news/20181001/elgin-concert-will-help-in-fight-against-sex-labor-trafficking
Helpful practices from Joanna Macy as we face a world that seems to be coming apart. Breathe. Find gratitude. Respect your pain for the world. Engage with benevolence. Expand your vision of time. Today and always - ground yourself in love and connection~
The Space Between Birdsong and new yellow blossoms, rain-filled air; spring emerging at long last from winter’s embrace. Can I drop into this moment, find what us hidden in clear sight? Eternity, the spaces between what science can find and measure? Each atom, proton, neutron, electron, more space than not, where creativity and possibility endure. Breathing in, I know connection. Breathing out, I remember emptiness. Out of winter, spring. Out of nothing, something. Birdsong, yellow blossoms, rain-filled air. And the world goes on… Pamela Rumancik 5-3-18
Beautiful explanation of why we can't use some words... Ta Nehisi Coats "There's a lot to be learned from refraining."

UCH is a welcoming, caring community celebrating Unitarian Universalist values.

Rev. Pamela Rumancik - Minister Pam Fodor - Director of Programs and Religious Education Linda Liberacki - Director of Operation Lily Field - Bookkeeper Jamie Pastman - Pianist Julia Beckman - Director, Celebration Singers Liz Reyes - President, Board of Trustees

Mission: UCH is a welcoming, caring community celebrating Unitarian Universalist values. We share creative, expressive worship, vibrant religious education, and a commitment to a just world. We inspire spiritual exploration, personal growth, appreciation of diversity and creative, compassionate action.


Fair Tax Now! — Community Renewal Society

“It’s time for faith leaders to speak up. A hard but important truth is now clear: white silence about systemic police abuse towards Black people is violence.”

communityrenewalsociety.org I call upon faith leaders, houses of worship, and people of conscience to join me in publicly affirming the referendum on a fair tax


Commentary: Chicago’s violence brings despair, but there is hope for our young men

How to bring hope to the young men involved in Chicago’s violence?

chicagotribune.com With the holiday weekend upon us and rising concern about gun violence, where is the hope? It is with the young men who are putting down their guns and making their communities better.


When Baha’is Confront Racism in America

Baha’is preach unity of all humankind

bahaiteachings.org “We’ve been the conscience of this country,” Eric Dozier said, referring to black Americans, “and we’ve been the sight of this country. We’ve been the people that have called this...


White Folks: It’s Too Late for 'Allies' [Op-Ed]

“If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up in mine, then let us work together.”
~ Lila Watson


colorlines.com In this moment, moving to abolish racism calls for you to be an accomplice or to completely get out of the way.


5 Ways Immigrants Are Leading the Way in the U.S.

Immigrants champion human rights

yesmagazine.org Often denied legal recognition and systemic support, immigrant communities have long been finding solutions to the social ills plaguing all communities.


From the Magazine: ‘It Is Time for Reparations’

“A truly great country does not ignore or excuse its sins. It confronts them and then works to make them right,” Nikole Hannah-Jones wrote in The Times Magazine in her case for reparations. “If we are to be redeemed, if we are to live up to the magnificent ideals upon which we were founded, we must do what is just.”

nytimes.com Nikole Hannah-Jones explains the history of economic injustice and argues that if black lives are to truly matter in America, the nation must finally pay its debts.


A Nation's Story: "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?"

nmaahc.si.edu In July of 1852, Frederick Douglass delivered a speech titled “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?,” a call for the promise of liberty be applied equally to all Americans. Douglass’s speech emphasized that American slavery and American freedom is a shared history and that the actions of o...


Support these 19 Black-owned businesses, today and always - Vimeo Blog

One thing you can do to make a difference - support black businesses.

vimeo.com Shopping at Black-owned businesses is a small but meaningful way to make a difference. From beauty brands to wellness centers, here are some of our favorites.


White Americans Say They Are Waking Up to Racism. What Will It Add Up To? — The New York Times

Can we imagine sharing resources more equitably? Funding public schools and mental health services? Integrating neighborhoods? Ending medical bankruptcies and homelessness? Implementing restorative justice instead of punishment?

apple.news Anti-racism activists have detailed concerns that are not only about symbols or slurs but also about entire systems governing how Americans live.


The Fair Tax Explained in About a Minute

Learn about the Fair Tax for Illinois

The Fair Tax would reform Illinois’ broken tax system, ensuring that 97% of Illinoisans — those who make $250,000 a year or less — receive a tax cut or pay n...


Your Money: A Hub for Help During the Coronavirus Crisis

Help for those in financial distress because of the pandemic.


nytimes.com If your income has fallen or been cut off completely, we’re here to help. This guide will connect you to the basic information you’ll need to get through this, including on government benefits, free services and financial strategies.

Here we are in a somewhat indescribable moment in movement history and time.
We are witnessing the reclaiming of human dignity across the country. We are witnessing our siblings plead with America’s hearts and minds to understand that Black life is also sacred and worth living. We are witnessing communities across the country asking for the disinvestment in brutality and violence but the investment in services that will help communities and people thrive.
We are witnessing siblings willing to risk their lives in the midst of a pandemic take to the streets to say, “Enough is Enough!” and yes, enough is enough!
Unitarian Universalism tells us that everyone has the right to live with dignity and respect. Everyone has a right to thrive in a vibrant democratic society that meets the people’s needs and encourages all of us to shine.
Our UU faith, our commitment to Side with Love in action and deed, is a critical part of this moment and the overall movement. Let’s show up and bring the best of ourselves.
As Unitarian Universalists, we believe that we are all radically interdependent, and when any of our communities suffer, we all suffer. In this moment, we need the leadership of those who know that while we must protect one another in the present, we must also build toward a future in which all of us are truly free.
Our 30 Days of Generosity during June is meant to highlight the UUA’s work in 2020 and how programs are shifting to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. We must also be nimble and responsive to the uprisings happening now all over the country.
We’re committed to our congregations and movement organizations weathering this storm. Black and Latinx grassroots organizations are leading us to build in the present in a way that honors our collective futures. Please support these organizations or others like them:
• Trans Justice Funding Project
• National Bail Out!
• Mijente
Pamela, if you are able to make a gift to Side with Love in addition to that support, please do so. Your support for Side with Love is how we can bring the amazing collective power of UUs to the fight for justice. We can make an enormous difference as we seek to build beloved community on earth.
However you decide to Side with Love, I invite you to #SayHerName and say their names collectively; it is no mystery that Black lives have been lost by police violence.
I cry as I remember the names of someone’s baby—we are all someone’s baby—who was murdered never to return home again. I close with these names: Emmett Till, Amadou Diallo, Sandra Bland, Oscar Cain, Korryn Gaines, Reika Boyd, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Tony McDade, and the list goes on.
As the pain and grief of centuries of violence without justice find their expression, let us remember the words of Dr. Gwendolyn Brooks:
"We each other’s harvest, we are each other’s business; we are each other’s magnitude and bond.”
May we live into these words. May we stretch ourselves to see the dignity of others outside ourselves and be in the business of dignity for each of us. May our bond be one that lifts up humanity and build a world where we never have to question one’s inherent worth.
I continue to extend this invitation to be on this journey together. May it be so!
Choose Love,
Everette R. H. Thompson
Campaign Manager, Side with Love


#WeCantBreathe Prayer Vigil: Video & Resources

How you can help...
Recording of UUA Prayer Vigil & List of resources to make a difference.

secure.everyaction.com Nearly 5,000 Unitarian Universalists and people of faith and conscience joined us last night for our prayer vigil, #WeCantBreathe. 


#WeCantBreathe - A UUA Virtual Prayer Vigil tomorrow evening

Join us tonight for a virtual prayer vigil with the UUA

Tonight at 7pm EST.


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Worship Service May 31, 2020

Join us for virtual service



First Universalist Church of Minneapolis

We extend our deep sympathy to the family of George Floyd and all the people hurting across the country.

First Universalist Minneapolis is inviting all UU's to attend their worship this weekend, responding to the protests. UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray will be part of the worship service.

The worship will be livestreamed on their YouTube channel at 10 a.m. CDT on Sunday, May 31.

Our worship service begins at 10:45 am so you can watch First U's and then UCH's. Or note that the congregation also records and posts their worship services, if you cannot join them live.




We bear witness, and as our faith demands, we act!

We side with love amidst the violence and racism that pervades our country. What can you do? Bear witness, pray, act from your heart.


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Worship Service May 24, 2020

Join us for service this morning.



Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III | The Cross and the Lynching Tree: A Requiem for Ahmaud Arbery

Profound truth. Share with your folks who yearn to understand this American experience.
Our deepest condolences to the family of Ahmaud Arbery.


youtube.com Pastor Moss delivers a sermon for a time such as this as he delivers a sermonic movie, preaching a requiem for Ahmaud Arbery - "A young man just shy of his 2...


The Risks - Know Them - Avoid Them

Seems like very helpful information.

erinbromage.com Please read this link to learn about the author and background to these posts. It seems many people are breathing some relief, and I’m not sure why. An epidemic curve has a relatively predictable upslope and once the peak is reached, the back slope can also be predicted. We have robust data from t...


Unitarian Church of Hinsdale in Hinsdale, IL

Join us for service this morning!

youtube.com YouTube channel of the Unitarian Church of Hinsdale located at 11 W. Maple, Hinsdale, Illinois, USA

Our Story

Founded in 1887, The Unitarian Church of Hinsdale is now well into its second century of service to Chicago’s western suburbs. Our 200 members are drawn from many communities and represent a broad mix of men, women, children and teens with a common spiritual bond–the freedom to pursue a liberal and humanistic religious life based on individual freedom of belief. Our religious education, Coming of Age, and Youth Groups stress tolerance and inclusion and help our children develop their own beliefs and ethics, in an environment free of dogma and fear. Our church is a Welcoming Congregation, dedicated to inclusiveness towards bisexual, gay, lesbian, and/or transgender people. The UU Ministry for Earth has certified our church as a Green Sanctuary in recognition of our programs and achievements in fostering sustainability for our faith community and our members. Unitarian Universalist Animal Ministry has certified us as a Reverence for Life Congregation, the first in the world. To learn more go to: www.hinsdaleunitarian.org

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17 W Maple St
Hinsdale, IL

General information

Our Mission Statements: The goals of the children and youth religious education program are to cultivate: ---a UU perspective toward life ---attitudes of inquiry ---an appreciation of nature ---excitement and reverence for life ---a joy of companionship ---an evaluation of worth and beauty ---a willingness to contemplate those things which are deep and meaningful Without imposing specific doctrine(s) upon our young people, we strive to teach a way of thinking and a way of approaching life as a Unitarian Universalist. We aspire to this goal through: ---age appropriate curricula ---worship services ---examples of our own adults’ contemplation of life and religion ---group service projects ---social gatherings ---special workshops Youth Religious Education Classes take place during services. Please see website below for full details. For complete information go to http://www.hinsdaleunitarian.org/re.html For information about this page talk to Rich Lomasney, Administrator of this page.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 14:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 14:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 14:00
Thursday 09:00 - 14:00
Friday 09:00 - 14:00
Sunday 10:00 - 13:00
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