Skip to main content
Ensuring our mission and vision transcends generations through humanistic teachings and theological diversity.
Sustaining and nurturing the interdependent web of life. Walk our labyrinth, refresh your spirit.
Living our commitment to social and environmental justice: Advocating for women's health is one way we act.
Sharing the rich experiences of our vibrant community with music throughout the year.
Enriching lives through an art show with a purpose: Support of local artists and LGBT youth.
Lifelong faith development
A pluralistic community of Christians, Buddhists, Jews, humanists, atheists, pagans, seekers, and more - find how reason and spirituality can be happy companions on your journey to live and grow your faith as a UU.
Integrating church with life
Unitarian Universalism affirms seven core principles and six sources grounded in teachings of the world's religions and humanism that embrace a congregation's theological diversity rather than a single creed.
Upcoming Sunday Sermon Topic
Holiday Music Service - Through a Child’s Eyes
Sunday, December 10, 2017 @ 9:30am & 11:15am
Choir Director Vickie Hellyer and the musicians of our church
Experience the December holidays with childlike wonder. Our choir and instrumental pieces, carols and readings will invite you to see the holidays, and possibly the world, through transformed eyes. The DUUC YUUth Ensemble, our group of young musicians ranging in age from 10-18 will perform and will be joined by member Becky Trombly-Freytag for the well-loved Christmas song, "Mary Did You Know?"
9:30am in the Learning Center. SCIENCE SUNDAY (first and second Sundays in December only) - The Development of Life on Earth: Building Bodies. Mike Winter will continue the discussion about the development of Life On Earth. In September we looked at the origins of life on earth. We will review and then delve into the continuation of life from simple forms to more complex. What challenges did life forms face a thousand million years ago? How did increased complexity aid life and how did increased complexity make life more ... well ... complicated? What do the fossil record, and the abundance of present life forms tell us of the time that life came to flourish on our planet? Join us as we discuss Building Bodies: The Development of Life on Earth.
Religious Education classes meet at 9:30 & 11:15
Copyright © 2017, DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church