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The Mission Basket for Toiletries is in the Narthex

Use the Mission Basket to donate all of those small toiletries you may have collected while traveling this year. We are collecting soap, shampoo, conditioner and similar toiletry finds. Socks can also be dropped off for the homeless–preferably white tube socks. The Mission Committee will donate them to The Night Ministry, Sarah’s Circle, and the…

Your Change Hunger Thought for the Week

Trusting in Jesus’ promise that “for God all things are possible” (Mark 10:27), we rededicate ourselves to efforts to end hunger. Give now to CHANGE HUNGER! All proceeds go to local and wider hunger initiatives.  

ToGather, February 7th

Everyone is invited to ToGather on February 7th when the Membership Committee will be serving a delicious dinner featuring Sloppy Joe’s and “Lentil Joe’s” as a vegetarian option with Hash Brown Casserole, fruits and salads and a variety of dessert options. Dinner starts at 6:15 p.m.! Join us, Please! The suggested donation is $5 per…

Bill’s Pills — Amber Bottles Still in Demand

The empty pill bottle project is ongoing as Northminster is now working with a new mission partner called Matthew 25: Ministries, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Bill’s Pills baskets for your amber bill bottles (without labels) will be in the narthex and church office. The mission of Matthew 25: Ministries is to fulfill Matthew 25:34-40 by…

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…

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…


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.

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.

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…

Old Men’s Jazz Band Open Rehearsal, January 14th

Everyone is welcome to come to Logan Hall at 8 p.m. on January 14th to enjoy the music of the Old Men’s Jazz Band.  In fact, every time this group practices, it’s an open rehearsal.  If you have questions, email Hortie Kellogg.

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