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All our Sunday morning programs run from 10:30am till noon and are open to the public.
Our Sunday School for children meets concurrently.

 

November 2017



Sunday, November 26

 

Garry Cooper

 



"What Does a Scientist Look Like?!: Diversity in Science"

Dr. Cooper will tell us about his company, Rheaply, his personal experiences as a scientist, and the importance of well-funded, well-managed science in Chicago. As an African American who is also a neuroscientist and entrepreneur, Cooper is familiar with the challenges and discomfort of being one of the few, or only, blacks in science. Now, he considers it a passion of his to make himself visible and available to other aspiring scientists of color.

 

December 2017


 

Sunday, December 3

 

Maggie Rowe

 


"Sin Bravely: Memories of Spiritual Disobedience"

As a young girl, Maggie Rowe took the idea of salvation very seriously. Growing up in a moderately religious household in suburban Chicago, her fear of eternal damnation turned into a childhood terror that drove her to become an outrageously dedicated born-again Christian. Finally, at nineteen, crippled by her fear of sin and eternal damnation, she checked herself in to an Evangelical psychiatric facility, and that is where her journey really began. Learn how one woman finally found the middle ground between Heaven and Hell.


 

Sunday, December 10

 

Kelly Cassidy

Illinois State Representative, 14th District


"The Politics of Dealing With Gun Violence"

In reaction to continuing gun violence, Rep. Cassidy will discuss the necessity of smart gun legislation in America today and the challenges behind actually getting there.


 

  

  

  

 

  

  

Dec 9
8:00 pm 

Ian Maksin's
Magic Cello Holiday

 Use Amazon Smile and select the Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago as your preferred charity. They'll donate a portion of the proceeds to us! 
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