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  • Join us this Sunday, April 19 for worship.

    Susan Steinberg to preach at 8:45 and 11 am.

    Music at both services: The Chancel and Youth Choirs will be joined by a 12-piece orchestra to sing Antonio Vivaldi’s well-loved setting of the “Gloria,” the joyful hymn of the angels at the news of the birth of the Christ child, as recorded in Luke’s gospel, “Glory to God in the highest, and peace to God’s people on earth…”

    This hymn of praise became one of the five parts of the Latin Mass, and is said or sung in many denominations today.

    In many churches the Gloria is omitted during the penitential seasons of Advent and Lent, thus making its re-appearance at Christmas and Easter, often paired with the ringing of bells, particularly joyous exclamations of praise.

    The choirs are pleased to present Vivaldi’s best known setting of this text in both services as an expression of our joy on the Third Sunday of Easter.
  • Adult Forum (10 am) - White Race & Its Meaning for America

    Events in recent years -- from the killing of Trayvon Martin to civil rights anniversaries to disparities in educational, health, or economic outcomes to disputes over immigration to the killing of Muslim students in Chapel Hill to fraternities in Oklahoma -- highlight the persistence of structural racism and institutionalized privilege for those who are "white" in our culture.
    As we continue our congregation's Sacred Conversations on Race, after Easter you are invited to a series on whiteness prepared by the Sacred Conversations on Race workgroup:
    This Sunday's topic of discussion: White Gets Ahead: White affirmative Action (Larry Morse, Emeritus Faculty, Economics, NC A&T)

    Spiritual Growth class
    Discussing the book Receiving the Day: Christian Practices for Opening the Gift of Time by Dorothy Bass.

    Faith and Family Class
    Discussing the book, Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent and Lead, by Brene Brown.

    Young Adults
    Discussing the book #Occupy the Bible, by Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite.

    Sunday School for youth and children resume
  • Sabados de 6 - 7 pm

    La Iglesia Unida de Chapel Hill es una comunidad donde creemos que Dios sigue hablando. Creemos que el evangelio nos anima a luchar para actualizar el reino de Dios en la vida de cada individuo. Juntos, nos apoyamos en nuestro camino espiritual- sin importar la raza, orientacion sexual, idioma, edad, o historia. La Iglesia Unida de Chapel Hill es una iglesia activa, con programas de crecimiento y oportunidades de servir para cada etapa de la vida.

 

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