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Group to share about different beliefs

Published: Friday, March 29, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of DeKalb will offer an opportunity to learn, discuss and share about different beliefs, in the spring offering of the Evensong Deepening Group. 

“It is an opportunity for those who would like to delve more into the area of spirituality but have a difficult time with traditional religious settings.” Lon Clark, one of the discussion group leaders, said in a news release. “What this deepening group does is to allow for a safe place to gather with others who are also wanting to learn more about different beliefs and learn more about your own beliefs. It is really a great experience to talk with others and learn together.” 

The group will use the Evensong curriculum to guide their sessions. They will be held in the library of the Unitarian. 

The session titles for Evensong I include: BeginningTogether, Religious and Spiritual Experiences, The Divine, The human, The Messiah, the Christ, the Buddha, the Divine made manifest, The Community and others. There are a total of eight sessions. 

For more information, contact the UUFD office at 815-756-7089 or email

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