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GCC Rainbow Sunday

Since 2010, Glenview Community Church, a member congregation of the United Church of Christ (UCC) denomination, has been "Open and Affirming," embracing diversity in its congregation and community and affirming that every person has equal worth as God’s unique creation.  As GCC members seek to live out a mission living Christ's compassion that promotes inclusion and justice, GCC welcomes into its community persons of every gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, mental and physical ability, age, race, nationality, economic and social status and faith background.

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Adult Education

ADULT EDUCATION FALL PROGRAMS
Join us in the Chapel at 9:00 AM on Sundays.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Join us on Sunday, September 21 for our Adult Education Program at 9:00 a.m. in the Chapel, led by Tom Amos.We will have (via video) Sister Joan D. Chittister, a controversial leader within the Catholic Church who will be speaking her mind regardless of present church doctrine. Her message is for all Christians who seek a model of how to live in the world.

Common Ground


COMMOM GROUND

Common Ground returns to GCC but on a different night. Co-sponsored with our Adult Education Board, the Common Ground programs will move to the third Wednesday of each month starting at 7pm in the Founders Room.

September 17thThe first program will be on September 17th and will be led by one of our favorite presenters, Jerrol Leitner (some will remember his programs on Thoreau and Emerson) who will speak on ” MarkTwain’s Magnificent Failure.” Jim Kenney will present on October 15th, “The faces of Religion - The Good, Bad, the Ugly, and the Best,” and on November 19th, “Spirituality and/or Religion.” Please mark your calendars now.

October 15
Jim Kenny
The Faces of Religion -
The Good, The bad, The Ugly, and the Best

We all know that religion presents itself in many guises. This lecture breaks those down into four: Good, Bad, Ugly and Best. But what distinguishes one from another? Can we identify examples of each in our modern world? Can we determine the evolutionary dynamics that shape the movement from one to another?  Implications for the future?  They are profound.

November 19
Jim Kenney
Spirituality and /or Religion?

What is “spirituality? What is “religion?” What’s the difference? More and more Americans describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious (SBNR).”  What does this phrase mean? What does it portend for the future of faith in America? Join Jim for a scintillating exploration of this topic.



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GLENVIEW COMMUNITY CHURCH FINANCIAL GIVING
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WORSHIP

10:00 AM -WORSHIP - In the Sanctuary

10:00 AM - Sunday School
Begins In The Sanctuary


11:00 AM - Fellowship Hour
join us in the Mayflower Room for
refreshiments and fellowship

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Handicap Ramp in the Front Entrance circle Drive
Elevator in the West Entrance
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