What Would Jesus Buy?

Americans spend $450 billion during the holiday season this year. Should that sicken us? What’s the relationship between justice, charity, conscientious consumerism, and faith? Do you think there is a connection between how we prioritize our spending and what we value in the world? Do people of faith spend their...

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Community Dinner Returns Jan 24

Since 2012, UniPlace Christian Church has hosted a free community dinner for those in the Champaign-Urbana community. Every Wednesday during the University of Illinois academic school year, students at the university volunteer in the UniPlace Christian Church kitchen where they serve free meals to those who live in the Champaign-Urbana...

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Healing America’s Political Divide: A Workshop On Reconciliation In Families & Communities

Let’s Talk: Has the polarization of political views undermined your relationships with family members and friends? Are you looking for a way to reconnect and find a glimpse of reconciliation? On Sunday, January 21 from 1:00pm – 3:00PM UniPlace will be offered a workshop led by Elaine K Olson,  a Licensed Clinical...

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MLK Day of Community Service

On Monday, January 15th from 9:30AM to 3:00PM,  UniPlace Christian Church will be participating in the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Nation Day of Community Service.  On this day, students and members of the Champaign-Urbana community will have the opportunity to volunteer in our local community while also learning...

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Beer & Theology October 2017

The Beloved Community, Can We Create It? Sunday, October 8, 2017, at 4 PM Quality Bar 110 N Neil St, Champaign, IL 61820 Dr. Martin Luther King often preached about what he saw as “The Beloved Community.” His vision sought for the reconciliation with those who are different and the...

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Campus Taize Service Sun, Sept 24th

First Mennonite Church, UniPlace Christian Church, St. Andrews Lutheran Church, McKinley Presbyterian Church, & University Baptist Church are hosting a contemplative service of prayer, music, and meditation centered around the theme of peace and reconciliation. This 45-minute service provides a safe space where one can find spiritual centering and renewal....

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