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Spirituality
January 10 - 23, 2009 A+29
CCC helps ring in new jobs Worship at Chandler Methodist
Those wishing to uncover hidden talents and fi nd a more fi tting job this year Two worship services with Pastor Mike Downing are on Sunday mornings
can fi nd insight at Chandler Christian Church’s Career Networking Ministry at Chandler United Methodist Church, celebrating 96 years in Chandler.
course. The seven-week course begins at 6 p.m. Mon., Jan. 12 at Chandler Services at the full-service church, with ministry, services, programs and
Christian Church, 1825 S. Alma School Rd. in Chandler. For more details or to small groups for every age group and interest, include a traditional service at
register, call Anna Martin at 480-963-3997, email annamartin@chandlercc.org 9 with a “RIGHT NOW! non-traditional service at 10:30 a.m. According to the
or access www.chandlercc.org. CUMC website, it’s an informal gathering with “emphasis on contemporary
media and music to allow full expression of praise and worship.” All are
welcome. A nursery is available during worship time.
The church is located at 450 E. Chandler Heights Rd., east of Arizona Avenue in
Southern Chandler. For more information, visit www.chandlermethodist.org or
Learn about UU faith,
call 480-963-3360.
celebrate Obama, Taize
“Find Us and Ye shall Seek” is the title of the service at the Valley Unitarian
Universalists at 10:30 a.m. Sun., Jan. 11 in Chandler. This will be an introduction
to Unitarian Universalism for newcomers to the faith and a reminder to others
already a part of the UU journey why they support and work for this free faith.
Closet UUs welcome. Music from VUU pianist Todd Martino.
Other upcoming worship services include “Keep your Eyes on the Prize:
Lessons from Knoxville” on Sun., Jan. 18. Hope is in the air as the country
prepares to inaugurate the fi rst African-American president in history.
Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and examine last summer’s tragic
shooting at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Knoxville, Tennessee. The
VUU choir will sing.
A quiet service on Sun., Jan. 25 will feature simple group songs and chants
from the Taize tradition, an ecumenical center for meditative worship begun
right after World War II in France. According to VUU’s Director of Music
Ministries Kellie Walker, who will lead the service, Taize attracts people from
all over the world and is known for chanting in a variety of languages. A water
ritual will also be performed to help bring peace and centeredness.
All services are held in the church sanctuary on the east side of the parking
lot. The Valley Unitarian Universalist Church is located at 6400 W. Del Rio St. in
Chandler, south of Ray Road off McKemy. For more details, visit www.vuu.org
or call 480-899-4249.
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