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WCC Reads: Thomas Cahill’s The Gifts of the Jews: How a Tribe of Desert Nomads Changed the Way Everyone Thinks and Feels

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St, Winnetka

The congregation is encouraged to read and discuss Thomas Cahill’s The Gifts of the Jews: How a Tribe of Desert Nomads Changed the Way Everyone Thinks and Feels, Random House, 1998.   Thomas Cahill, author of How the Irish Saved Civilization, takes readers on another enchanting journey into history. With compelling stories, insights, and humor, The Gifts of the Jews reveals the critical change that made western civilization possible. Within the matrix of ancient religions...

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Meeting Christianity Again for the First Time

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St, Winnetka

What is Christianity? If you were to “start over” with the Christian faith, encountering it as if for the first time, what would you want to know? Where would you begin? Participants in these three sessions will be invited to remember and share what they learned about Christianity growing up and how that formation looks to them now. What topics were covered? What were missed or avoided? Were questions and critical thinking encouraged? Did it...

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Sunday worship

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St, Winnetka

We are an Open House - open to all! When we come together to worship at Winnetka Congregational Church, whether we’re all physically present at our church on Pine Street or on various screens from wherever we find ourselves, we do so to connect more deeply with each other, with God, and to what God is doing in our lives and in our world. We are worshipping in our sanctuary, wearing masks as per the...

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WCC Reads: Thomas Cahill’s The Gifts of the Jews: How a Tribe of Desert Nomads Changed the Way Everyone Thinks and Feels

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St, Winnetka

The congregation is encouraged to read and discuss Thomas Cahill’s The Gifts of the Jews: How a Tribe of Desert Nomads Changed the Way Everyone Thinks and Feels, Random House, 1998.   Thomas Cahill, author of How the Irish Saved Civilization, takes readers on another enchanting journey into history. With compelling stories, insights, and humor, The Gifts of the Jews reveals the critical change that made western civilization possible. Within the matrix of ancient religions...

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Meeting Christianity Again for the First Time

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St, Winnetka

What is Christianity? If you were to “start over” with the Christian faith, encountering it as if for the first time, what would you want to know? Where would you begin? Participants in these three sessions will be invited to remember and share what they learned about Christianity growing up and how that formation looks to them now. What topics were covered? What were missed or avoided? Were questions and critical thinking encouraged? Did it...

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Sunday worship

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St, Winnetka

We are an Open House - open to all! When we come together to worship at Winnetka Congregational Church, whether we’re all physically present at our church on Pine Street or on various screens from wherever we find ourselves, we do so to connect more deeply with each other, with God, and to what God is doing in our lives and in our world. We are worshipping in our sanctuary, wearing masks as per the...

Impact 75 | Vital 75-Minute Conversations About Families

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St, Winnetka

Peace for the Journey: Self-Care While Caring for Your Parents   Are your parents requiring more care?  Are you bearing more and more responsibility for their well-being?  How are you doing with that? Caring for parents – while dealing with the rest of life – can be overwhelming.  Parents may need more care than they used to – or more care than they are willing to admit.  Other family members may be unable or unwilling to...