Amanda Thomas, Music Director
The Adult Choir will dedicate our performance of the John Rutter Requiem to the memory of former member Betty Wissler. Kojelyte Johnson will be our guest soloist, and the choir will be supported by instrumental ensemble including organ, harp, cello, oboe, flute, timpani, and glockenspiel.
Chicago Police Torture Teach-In
A Teach-In about Chicago Police Torture is being sponsored by the Social Justice Council and Racial Justice Task Force on Wed. Apr. 1st in Chris Moore Parlor from 6 - 8 p.m. Featured speaker Andrew Baer is completing his dissertation on the Jon Burge torture cases and the community's response for his PhD in History from Northwestern University. Light refreshments will be served in this interactive, multi-media public event.
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Earth Day of Action for Climate Justice, Springfield, April 22
This is part of Climate Justice Month, a month of learning and discernment, between March 22 (World Water Day) and April 22 (Earth Day). read more
Dances of Universal Peace:
Sunday May 3rd in Hull Chapel from 2- 4 p.m.
The dances bring people together in joyous and meditative dance circles. They are easy to learn and open to all. We join our voices in singing sacred phrases from many spiritual traditions while moving rhythmically to simple circle dances and walking meditations. We use breath to cultivate body awareness to free the voice and deepen in silence. You are invited to come sing, chant, walk and dance for peace. The Dances will be held in Hull Chapel from 2 to 4 p.m., Dress comfortably. Contact: Barbara Randolph at (773)391-1292.