Upcoming Speakers
Worship Theme

May: Nurturing Beauty

UU’s 7th Principle and our 6th Source remind us that we are interconnected to nature and the wider world. Beauty can be found not only in nature but in relationships. Nurturing beauty involves creating, sharing, celebrating, and understanding. This month will focus on bringing more beauty into our lives.  

All May services
(except May 8)
will be in the Colby Barn
and on Zoom
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May 29
PCUUC Speaker Thad Smith
in the Colby Barn and on Zoom

Memorial Day
Memories and Meaning

Memorial Day is intended to honor those who have died for our country. Thad Smith will reflect on Memorial Day in the context of recent history and current events. He will present some ideas to enhance meaning in relation to each other, our politics, and our faith.

Thad Smith lives in Grayslake and recently retired after completing a twenty-five year career at Abbott and AbbVie. While he has been substitute teaching between trips with his spouse, he is going to return to more consistent employment soon. Thad graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy, served in the Marine Corps during Operation Desert Storm, and is a member of Grayslake’s Veterans of Foreign Wars post.

An update about in-person worship

March 29, 2022

Our current plans for April through June are to hold services in the Barn while also streaming on Zoom with the exception of the second Sunday of each month, which will be virtual. (Because of the Annual Meeting on June 5, there will be virtual services on June 5 and also on June 12.)

Proof of vaccination (either provided to PCUUC in advance or shown at the door) is required for in-person service attendance through the end of April. Masks are optional.


We will keep you updated each Sunday and encourage you to keep up-to-date by reading the eWeekly and watching our website.

Services on June 5 and June 12
will be virtual; the remaining
June services will be in the
Colby Barn and on Zoom