sister-simone-campbell1.jpgDon't miss this: Sister Simone Campbell speaks at Grace on March 10

Sister Simone Campbell, the speaker at the March 10 Faith Perspectives program, is a nationally known advocate for the needs of the poor. She was just named one of 13 Progressive Faith Leaders to Watch in 2013. She is a joyful, upbeat speaker who will be talking about her own faith journey as well as her advocacy on health care issues. Read more about her and watch a clip from Comedy Central's The Colbert Report on Grace's web site.

At Faith Perspectives forums you have an opportunity to learn more about public policy issues and to consider these issues in the context of your faith and values. You can look forward to a stimulating, well-rounded discussion. The program begins at 2:00 p.m. Come, and bring a friend!

GracefulEveninggraphic_2013.jpgA Graceful Evening

Ticket sales for A Graceful Evening, the March 9 benefit for Grace School, close at 10:00 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets will be on sale in the atrium between services on Sunday morning. You can also purchase your tickets online. It's not too late to donate to the auction or the wine pull. Call Clyde Walter, 708-366-6900, ext 219.

Grace School Sings!

Grace School Sings! A Celebration of Song is being presented by the children of Grace School on Tuesday, March 5th at 7:00 p.m. in the sanctuary. You will enjoy a variety of music, plus xylophones, drums, movement and more! Come for the FUN!!

Adult Ed on Sunday

The Longevity Dividend, presented by Jay Olshansky, author, with Bruce Carnes, of "The Quest for Immortality: Science at the Frontiers of Aging." Learn about the “longevity dividend,” the health and economic benefits to individuals and societies of successful efforts to slow the biological processes of aging.

The Sunday Morning Bible Study continues its discussion of the Book of Daniel, led by Bob Jandeska.