Notes on Religion

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Notes on Religion


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* The Free Third Friday Community Dinner will be 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 19 at Fox Valley Presbyterian Church, 227 East Side Drive in Geneva. The menu this month is roast pork loin, mashed potatoes and gravy, mixed vegetables, tossed salad, rolls and Valentine cupcakes. Enjoy a meal and linger to enjoy the live entertainment. Acoustically Speaking, a three-person combo, will play light jazz. No reservations are needed. You can dine in or request takeout. Hot dogs are available for kids. For details, call (630) 232-4778.

* All are invited for a morning of Mass, learning and prayer on Saturday, Feb. 20, at the Marmion Alumni Association's Day of Recollection Lenten Retreat.

The morning will begin with a Mass at 8:30 a.m. in the Abbey Church, 850 Butterfield Road in Aurora.

The remainder of the retreat will take place in Marmion's Decio Library on the first floor of the Battaglia Administration Building, 1000 Butterfield Road.

Father Basil Yender OSB of Marmion Abbey will be the guest presenter. His presentation will focus on Pope Francis' desire to make the Jubilee Year a "Year of Mercy" by revisiting Jesus' parables of Mercy. By means of analysis, commentary and reflection the main goal for the day will be moving from parable to practice.

For more information or to register, visit www.marmion.org/lent.

* Grace Lutheran Church of Lily Lake and Thrivent Financial invite you to a workshop "Retiring Wisely: Six Key Risks" from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20, at the church, 5N600 Hanson Road, just east of Route 47 in St. Charles. Then stay for the Spaghetti Supper and Game Night from 5 to 9 p.m. The supper will be freewill offering. For details, email contemporary@graceoflilylake.com. Visit www.graceoflilylake.com or find the church on Facebook.

Through March 16, Grace Lutheran Church invites the community to the Wednesday Lent Soup and Service at noon and 6 p.m. A hearty variety of soups are served prior to and during the informal Lent service. Visit www.graceoflilylake.com.

* The Cathedral Choir of St. John will present its annual Black History Month Concert celebrating the music of African American composers at 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, at St. John AME Church, 2950 Bilter Road in Aurora. It will feature the world renown recording artists the Chicago Mass Choir as special guest. Visit www.stjohnamec.org.

* The Unitarian Universalist Society of Geneva will hold a follow-up session to last month's popular "Successful Aging" program at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, at the church, 102 S. Second St. The community is invited to attend.

As before, this session will be moderated by Peter Coe, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist, and Al Drover, an octogenarian with a great sense of humor and firsthand experience in aging. Information on the 75-year Harvard study exploring the secrets to a happy life with be discussed, and ample time will be allotted for attendees to address their own questions and concerns about growing older.

This program is part of its ongoing mental health series. The event is free and open to the public; registration is not required. For more information, contact (630) 232-2350, or office@uusg.org. Visit uusg.org.

The Unitarian Universalist Society of Geneva, established in 1842 and the oldest church in Geneva, is a diverse, welcoming community that endeavors to make its covenant a living reality. They provide religious education and opportunities for spiritual growth. They encourage individual and mutual responsibility as together we work to be a liberal religious voice in the community and a force for compassionate social justice. Visit uusg.org.

* St. Charles Episcopal Church invites the community to experience a Taize Prayer Service at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, in the style of Taize, a monastic community in central France, is a quiet, simple way of prayer, designed for people of all Christian traditions. …

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