Berry Memorial United Methodist Church

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Berry Memorial United Methodist Church is listed in the Churches Methodist category in Chicago, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Berry Memorial United Methodist Church which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Berry Memorial United Methodist Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

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4754 N Leavitt St
Chicago, IL 60625
(773) 784-3273
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Glitter+Ash is an inherently queer sign of Christian belief, blending symbols of mortality and hope, of penance and celebration. Ash Wednesday is the beginning of Lent, a season of repentance. During Lent, Christians look inward and take account in order to move forward with greater health. At this moment in history, glitter ashes will be a powerful reminder of St. Augustine’s teaching that we cannot despair because despair paralyzes, thwarting repentance and impeding the change that we are called to make. Glitter+Ash exquisitely captures the relationship between Ash Wednesday and Easter -- which is the relationship between death and new life. We do not live in fear of ash - of death - we place it on our foreheads for the world to see. We know that fear will rise, cramping our hearts. We also know that God specifically calls us not to project that fear onto the Other, the alien, the stranger in our midst. God insists that we look for the spark of life, of hope, in ourselves and one another. This Ash Wednesday, we will make that spark easier to see. As Christians, we will witness to the gritty, glittery, scandalous hope that exists in the very marrow of our tradition. (http://www.queervirtue.com/glitter-ash-wednesday) Berry UMC will be at the brown line from 8-10am with both glitter+ashes and ashes for people on the go. To help offer ashes, please contact Pastor April april@berryumc.org
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A wonderful invitation to get together with our neighbors.
Let's build alliances and come together. This Sunday, stop by Open Mosque Day and meet your neighbors.

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Enjoy a pancake breakfast BEFORE service to get to know the staff at Berry Church and hear about upcoming events during Lent.
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Let us take care of your children while you enjoy an evening out! Dinner will be provided for the children. Suggested donation: $15/child and $10 for each additional sibling Register by February 15th by filling out this survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9J5QXR2 Contact Michelle King at families@berryumc.org to ask any questions.
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Our October Newsletter is out! Check out all the events coming up at Berry eepurl.com/bAHJ6T


Thank you @Alderman_Pawar staff for being so responsive to our flooding issues caused by the much needed water main repairs@rachelisradical


Our clergy went to Cassopolis to witness for an inclusive UMC #latertweet http://t.co/EHUMKm9VdA


Thanks to all you came out for a great work day today! The apartment is looking better and the yard is in great shape.


Berry Church Weekly Newsletter 4-18-12 #constantcontact conta.cc/IQX7un