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Northminster Women’s Retreat in Colorado This Summer

Save the dates from July 25th through the 29th for Northminster’s Women’s Retreat in Colorado. A small group of Northminster women will gather at the home of Paul and Pam Rolfes in Steamboat Springs for a time of spiritual reflection, renewal and fellowship. Small group conversation, Bible study and worship will be facilitated by Pastor…

Sign up for 2019 Sunday Chancel Flowers

The Chancel Flower sign-up chart for 2019 is now posted!  It is located in Logan Hall next to the kitchen door.  If you would like to donate flowers for worship for a specific date in 2019, sign up soon before the date is taken!  You can also reserve a date by emailing Meredith Bechtel or call…

Still Need 2019 Coffee Hosts

  We are in need of Fellowship Time Coffee Hosts to bring in treats on Sunday mornings.  The sign-up for the new year is posted on the bulletin board by the kitchen door in Logan Hall.  Please help us keep this wonderful tradition of having goodies during our Fellowship Time!

Staff Hosts ToGather, January 17th

Don’t miss you chance to see Northminster’s staff at work — in the kitchen and Logan Hall — as they serve the ToGather meal tomorrow evening, January 17th. If you don’t often visit the church during office hours, this will be your chance to put faces with names. Join us for an Italian dinner from…

Thursday Evening Book Study with Pastor Jessica Starts This Thursday, January 17th

Beginning tomorrow, January 17th, following ToGather, Pastor Jessica will lead the Winter Book Study in the Guild Room at 7 p.m. The book is Grateful:  The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks by Diana Butler Bass. The study will run weekly through Thursday, February 28th.  All are welcome. In Grateful, Christian historian  and leader in progressive Christianity writing…

UpStander Training by Evanton4All, January 19th

Want to support people targeted by bigotry but don’t know how? Come to UpStander Training, Saturday, January 19th, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Unitarian Church of Evanston, 1330 Ridge Avenue. For more information, email Pastor Michael.

CHANGE HUNGER

More than 49 million Americans, some in Evanston, live in food insecure households.  Donate your change in the offering plate every Sunday to help those in our community have enough to eat.

Fair Trade Sale, January 20th

Don’t forget that Northminster’s Fair Trade Coffee Sale is on the third Sunday of each month during Fellowship Time after the worship service in Logan Hall. This month it’s on January 20th. If you would like to assist in this wonderful monthly mission program of Northminster, where we help support many folks around the world by purchasing…

Northminster Vision Keepers Nominations Due January 20th

It’s Vision Keepers time again! Every year, Interfaith Action of Evanston (IAE) asks its member organizations to select their Vision Keepers, the person, couple or group who “embodies values that positively impact both the faith community and the larger community.” Northminster has been celebrating our IAE Vision Keepers since at least 2003. However, we have…

Adult Education: “Living Our Faith,” January 20th

On January 20th after Fellowship Time, Adult Education is offering “Living Our Faith” with Rabbi Sam Gordon in the Guild Room. Everyone is invited to come to this interesting discussion. Rabbi Gordon, from Sukkat Shalom in Wilmette, will share his perspective on antisemitism, looking at it historically and talking about the current situation in the…