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Order of Worship (7:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.) ...................................................................... 3 Hymn of Praise (7:30 a.m. – “Great Is Thy Faithfulness”) .............................................................. 4 Hymn of Praise (11:00 a.m. – “The Lord Is Blessing Me Right Now”) .......................................... 4 Unison Scripture (7:30 a.m.) .......................................................................................................... 5 Unison Scripture (11:00 a.m.) ........................................................................................................ 6 Unison Scripture (6:00 p.m.) .......................................................................................................... 6 Pastor’s Page .................................................................................................................................. 7 To Do Justice ............................................................................................................................... 14 Child Care Centers ....................................................................................................................... 15 Stewardship .................................................................................................................................. 15 Sermon Notes............................................................................................................................... 16 Biographical Sketch: Rev. William “Bill” Lee ................................................................................. 17 Biographical Sketch: Rev. Tony Lee............................................................................................... 17 Annual Youth Revival The AKIBA/First Fridays Community Festival Trumpet Subscriptions Calendar ....................................................................................................................................... 3 Heart of the Community .............................................................................................................. 5 Information & Announcements .................................................................................................... 6 Prayer List .................................................................................................................................... 8 Bereaved ....................................................................................................................................... 9 Hospitalized ................................................................................................................................. 30 Extended Care .............................................................................................................................. 31 Members at Home ........................................................................................................................ 33 Prayer Concerns ........................................................................................................................... 37 Service and Support Groups.......................................................................................................... 38
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Choral Introit ...................................................................................................................... “Holy, Holy, Holy” Opening Hymn (7:30 a.m.) ................................................................... “There’s A Storm Out On The Ocean” Opening Hymn (11:00 a.m.) ...........................................................................................“Lift Up Your Hands” Opening Hymn (6:00 p.m.) ................................................................................................. “Glorify The Lord” The Lord’s Prayer Hymn of Praise (7:30 a.m.)...................................................................................... “Great Is Thy Faithfulness” Hymn of Praise (11:00 a.m.)...................................................................“The Lord Is Blessing Me Right Now” Unison Scripture (7:30 a.m.) .............................................................................................. John 19:1–1(NIV) Unison Scripture (11:00 a.m.) ............................................................................................. John 6:1–14 (NIV) Unison Scripture (6:00 p.m.) ...............................................................................................Joshua 6:1– (NIV) [PLEASE REMAIN STANDING FOR THE READING OF THE WORD] Invocation Ministry of Music (6:00 p.m.) ......................................................................................... “High And Lifted Up” Parish Concerns Visitor Recognition Passing of the Peace The Pastor’s Word The Service of Giving Offertory Sentences Tithes and Offerings Guest Minister Offering Altar Call (7:30 a.m.) Altar Call (11:00 a.m.) Sermon (7:30 a.m.) ................................................................................................“There Is Greatness In You” Sermon (11:00 a.m.) .................................................................................................... “Akeelah And The Bee” Sermon (6:00 p.m.) ................................................................................................... “See It Before You See It” Hymn of Invitation (7:30 p.m., 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.) Benediction ....................................................................................................................“The Lord Bless Thee” [Once the sermon has begun, parishioners may not enter or re-enter the first floor sanctuary.]

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hymn of praise
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hymn of praise
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Great is thy faithfulness
Verse i “Great is Thy faithfulness,” O God my Father, There is no shadow of turning with Thee; Thou changest not, Thy compassions, they fail not, As Thou hast been Thou forever wilt be. Chorus “Great is Thy faithfulness! Great is Thy faithfulness!” Morning by morning new mercies I see; All I have needed Thy hand hath provided, “Great is Thy faithfulness,” Lord unto me! Verse ii Summer and winter, and springtime and harvest, Sun, moon and stars in their courses above, Join with all nature in manifold witness, To Thy great faithfulness, mercy and love. (Repeat chorus) Verse iii Pardon for sin and a peace that endureth, Thine own dear presence to cheer and to guide; Strength for today and bright hope for tomorrow, Blessings all mine, with ten thousand beside! (Repeat chorus)

the lord is BlessinG Me riGht now
The Lord is blessing me right now, Oh, right now. The Lord is blessing me right now, Oh, right now. He woke me up this morning And started me on my way. The Lord is blessing me right now! He woke me up this morning, I was clothed in my right mind. He didn’t let me sleep too late; He woke me, woke me, woke me, Right on time. He woke me up this morning And started me on my way. The Lord is blessing me right now, Oh right now!

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When Pilate heard this, he brought Jesus out and sat down on the judge’s seat at a place known as the Stone Pavement (which in Aramaic is Gabbatha). 14It was the day of Preparation of Passover Week, about the sixth hour. “Here is your king,” Pilate said to the Jews. 15But they shouted, “Take him away! Take him away! Crucify him!” “Shall I crucify your king?” Pilate asked. “We have no king but Caesar,” the chief priests answered. 16Finally Pilate handed him over to them to be crucified.
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John 19:1–21 (niV)
Then Pilate took Jesus and had him flogged. The soldiers twisted together a crown of thorns and put it on his head. They clothed him in a purple robe 3and went up to him again and again, saying, “Hail, king of the Jews!” And they struck him in the face. 4Once more Pilate came out and said to the Jews, “Look, I am bringing him out to you to let you know that I find no basis for a charge against him.” 5When Jesus came out wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe, Pilate said to them, “Here is the man!” 6As soon as the chief priests and their officials saw him, they shouted, “Crucify! Crucify!” But Pilate answered, “You take him and crucify him. As for me, I find no basis for a charge against him.” 7 The Jews insisted, “We have a law, and according to that law he must die, because he claimed to be the Son of God.” 8When Pilate heard this, he was even more afraid, 9and he went back inside the palace. “Where do you come from?” he asked Jesus, but Jesus gave him no answer. 10”Do you refuse to speak to me?” Pilate said. “Don’t you realize I have power either to free you or to crucify you?” 11Jesus answered, “You would have no power over me if it were not given to you from above. Therefore the one who handed me over to you is guilty of a greater sin.” 1From then on, Pilate tried to set Jesus free, but the Jews kept shouting, “If you let this man go, you are no friend of Caesar. Anyone who claims to be a king opposes Caesar.”
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The Crucifixion So the soldiers took charge of Jesus. 17Carrying his own cross, he went out to the place of the Skull (which in Aramaic is called Golgotha). 18Here they crucified him, and with him two others—one on each side and Jesus in the middle. 19Pilate had a notice prepared and fastened to the cross. It read:|sc JESUS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWS. 0Many of the Jews read this sign, for the place where Jesus was crucified was near the city, and the sign was written in Aramaic, Latin and Greek. 1The chief priests of the Jews protested to Pilate, “Do not write ‘The King of the Jews,’ but that this man claimed to be king of the Jews.”

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he said to his disciples, “Gather the pieces that are left over. Let nothing be wasted.” 13So they gathered them and filled twelve baskets with the pieces of the five barley loaves left over by those who had eaten. 14After the people saw the miraculous sign that Jesus did, they began to say, “Surely this is the Prophet who is to come into the world.” 6:00 p.m.

John 6:1–14 (niV)
Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias), and a great crowd of people followed him because they saw the miraculous signs he had performed on the sick. 3Then Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down with his disciples. 4The Jewish Passover Feast was near. 5When Jesus looked up and saw a great crowd coming toward him, he said to Philip, “Where shall we buy bread for these people to eat?” 6He asked this only to test him, for he already had in mind what he was going to do. 7Philip answered him, “Eight months’ wages[a] would not buy enough bread for each one to have a bite!” 8Another of his disciples, Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother, spoke up, 9 “Here is a boy with five small barley loaves and two small fish, but how far will they go among so many?” 10 Jesus said, “Have the people sit down.” There was plenty of grass in that place, and the men sat down, about five thousand of them. 11 Jesus then took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed to those who were seated as much as they wanted. He did the same with the fish. 1When they had all had enough to eat,
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Joshua 6:1–2 (niV)
Now Jericho was tightly shut up because of the Israelites. No one went out and no one came in.  Then the LORD said to Joshua, “See, I have delivered Jericho into your hands, along with its king and its fighting men.
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Keep these words that I am commanding you today in your heart. Teach them to your children and talk about them when you are at home and when you are away, when you lie down and when you rise. Deuteronomy 6:6-7 (NRSV)

TEACH THE CHILDREN!
The Dedication of Our New Land Sunday, July 30, 006 (Immediately following the 11:00 a.m. Worship Service) 901 East 95th Street, Chicago, IL 6068 Shuttle bus service available.

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he escalating Middle East violence and the continued bombing of Lebanon and Gaza is threatening regional stability. Though appeals have gone out from the religious community for the United States and other world leaders to intervene diplomatically, as of Wednesday when the TUCC bulletin is published, the U.S. refuses to call for a cease-fire. Instead, the U.S. is increasing arms shipments to Israel and Congress has passed resolutions declaring unconditional support for Israel’s devastating military campaigns. Hezbollah’s opportunistic raid that captured Israeli soldiers and rocket attacks on Israel have been nearly universally condemned. However, the excessive force with which Israel is responding goes far beyond defense against Hezbollah and promises to destroy most of what has been rebuilt in Lebanon since its civil war 15 years ago. The disproportionate attack on Lebanon may backfire, strengthening Hezbollah, increasing sectarian strife, and weakening Lebanon’s democracy and security. As Israeli troops drive further into southern Lebanon and the bombings continue, the U.S. State Department needs to shift direction radically and President Bush should call for an immediate cease-fire to stop the growing loss of civilian lives in Lebanon. In 14 days thus far, over 400 Lebanese and 54 Israelis have been killed. The critical humanitarian needs worsen every day. It is urgent that Trinity members, visitors and videostream “members” contact their members of Congress and President Bush and ask them to work proactively, especially with the Israeli government, to restrain the use of military force and to reach a negotiated cease-fire in Lebanon and Gaza. Weakening Lebanon and threatening regional stability are against U.S. interests. Only U.S. cooperation in renewing comprehensive negotiations will bring a fair peace and lasting security to Israel and the region. Click http://www.ucctakeaction.org/violence to send a message to the President and the Congress asking for their judicious diplomatic intervention in the region. You may also call the White House comment line at 0-456-1111.

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that it is safe and effective, and it could reduce the number of unintended pregnancies and abortions by half. However, to be most effective, women must have access to emergency contraception within 7 hours of unprotected sex. For victims of sexual assault, quick access to this form of contraception is particularly critical. Today, because it is only available by prescription, numerous obstacles impede a woman’s ability to obtain this emergency contraception quickly enough. It seems that political pressure from groups opposing birth control has derailed the process, reflected in recent testimony presented by senior FDA officials Dr. Janet Woodcock and Dr. Steven Galson. It would be unconscionable for the FDA to allow politics to dismiss scientific findings and put women’s health in jeopardy. An interfaith group of faith-based advocates, including UCC Justice and Witness Ministries and the National Council of Jewish Women, are organizing a summer-long petition campaign to urge Acting Director of the FDA to issue this long overdue decision on the Plan B emergency contraceptive. The petition signatures will be collected and delivered to the Acting Director in September to mark the anniversary of the missed deadline. Click www.ucctakeaction.org/planB to sign this petition campaign and ensure women’s access to safe, comprehensive reproductive healthcare with a full range of options, which includes timely access to emergency contraception.
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he UCC General Synod has long affirmed that a woman should have the resources and right to make decisions about unintended pregnancies, according to her moral and religious beliefs, and with the counsel of those she seeks in her community. In 1989, UCC General Synod 17 reaffirmed this right and recognized the need to work for a society where a full range of safe reproductive options are available to all women regardless of economic circumstances. Further, this resolution expressed the necessity of addressing the root causes that lead to unintended pregnancies. The past several years have seen an alarming trend toward restricting sound, scientifically based information and procedures related to abortion, in particular, and comprehensive sexuality, more broadly. Women’s access to safe, comprehensive reproductive healthcare with a full range of options is in increasing jeopardy. The failure of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to meet the deadline for issuing a decision on over-the-counter use of Plan B emergency contraception is yet another roadblock to the full range of healthcare for women facing unintended pregnancy. In 003, two FDA advisory committees overwhelmingly recommended that Plan B be made available without a prescription—a move supported by most of the major professional medical associations. Now, almost three years later, and after missing a September 005 deadline, the Plan B application has still not received a decision. The evidence supporting the Plan B application is strong; numerous studies have demonstrated
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Can faith and toleranCe Co-exist? part 2

ast Sunday on the Pastor’s Page, I raised a question about Faith and Tolerance co-existing. Can we live peacefully and lovingly beside people who do not believe as we believe? In last Sunday’s bulletin, I talked about the Israelis and the Palestinians, the Jews and the Muslims, the Shiites and the Sunnis, the Muslims and the Christians, and I talked about Africa and Israel. Spencer Dew’s article (below) shows how the “us” versus “them” mentality lives right here in America when it comes to people of different faiths. We had bettter learn to live together as God’s family or we will all die together as fools! New World Blood Libel
—Spencer Dew Spencer Dew is a Ph.D. candidate in Religion and Literature at the University of Chicago Divinity School. Last month in Tampa, Florida, a grave was robbed. The body of a six-year-old boy killed by a car in 1975 was stolen. Police immediately speculated, publicly, that this crime was “more” than vandalism: “We are just leaning toward it being cult related or involving Santeria or some voodoo because we don’t have any other reasonable explanation.” This is a loaded statement, one worth considering carefully. It offers an example of how religion in America can be defined starkly along lines of who is and who is not accepted as part of the cultural mainstream. Throughout history, religion has frequently acted as a locus of fear of the other, and thus a motivation for crusades, pogroms, and the like. One recent manifestation of such fear is the designation “cult crime,” which entered everyday parlance as part of the culture-wide focus on crime and drugs in the Reagan era. This term is questionable both in terms of pragmatic value for detective work, as well as its legal connotations in a country that supposedly guarantees freedom of religion. Foremost, the term “cult” denotes a community—sometimes a shadowy conspiracy, but always a group. In today’s common usage, “cult” refers to a group of others, of those who are not “us.” Imputing “cults” with plots to steal our children’s bones or poison our water supply is tempting because it assumes a clear-cut dichotomy of “us” versus “them.” And with this dichotomy, “cult” often comes to stand for some further form of otherness, usually race or language or country of origin. In the present instance, the accusation that the recent crime in Florida is connected to “Santeria or some voodoo” picks out a certain demographic: non-whites. The department’s statement reinforces a division wherein they represent an ostensibly mainstream culture, while immigrants, Latinos, and blacks are pushed to the margins. No evidence of anything “cult related” was found at the scene of the robbery, nor does either

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religion (Santeria or Voodoo) ritually engage in such criminal action. Their being named, however, speaks to the power of popular conceptions, shaped in no small part by a history of horror movies in which race fear is an underlying dynamic. And with regard to “voodoo,” the word, in lower-case, can idiomatically denote occult workings in general, especially those involving the dead. This is problematic, as is the fact that Santeria’s engagement in animal sacrifice has yet to shake off the aura of taboo in media coverage — despite a decisive Supreme Court ruling in favor of religious freedom for this group (Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye, Inc. vs. the City of Hialeah, 1993). That animals used in purification rituals (and polluted by the act, thus making them ineligible for human consumption) are sometimes left near railroad tracks leads to occasional neighborhood uproars and titillating press — in short, bad public relations for a religion that is already marginalized. But the imagined leap from chickens to children has been underwritten by too many bad movies and television shows, and the Tampa Police Department has played directly into this fantasy. In fact, the Department’s spokesperson went so far as to say that the case would have been easier “had we found a business card that said Acme School of Santeria.” This comment illustrates a criminological problem with the very idea of “cult crime.” While the infinite multiplicity of practices within “mainstream” Christianity is taken for granted, discourse on “cults” assumes that practices can be easily decoded, that they emerge from a uniform body of beliefs that can be summed up under the generic title of an “Acme School.” Despite all the “resource books” with thick glossaries and their promises to decipher the occult world, the fact of lived religion is that it both does and does not adhere to standards and stereotypes, that humans are always balancing various commitments and traditions and identities, tailoring belief systems to themselves and their situations, making idiosyncratic compromises, even indulging in contradictions or unrecognized “heresies.” To be sure, variation and debate occur even in orthodox communities. And on the individual level, symbols are often subjectively appropriated for personal rituals. If the body in Tampa was stolen for some sort of religious purpose, the logic of its use may make sense only to the person or persons who robbed the grave, their beliefs perhaps echoing some “standard” belief, but certainly not aligning with any imaginary monolithic “Acme School.” Thus, the publicly voiced suspicion of “Santeria or some voodoo” expresses a great deal about fear of the (religious) other in American culture. Two reprehensible acts happened in Tampa: A body was stolen from its tomb, and the police further marginalized these religious groups.

I ask again: Can Faith and Tolerance co-exist? Or are we headed for the hell being played out in the Holy land?
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Summer -July 2006 Dear Beloved Friends, We used to write newsletters about hope and development, but this time the circumstances have changed drastically. We used to think that Galilee was very safe—even the safest in the Middle East. This is true with regards to the past. Presently for the 10 past days, we have the experience that we live and survive. It is because of mere luck; nobody is any more safe from the rockets and the cachucha which rain everyday on the city of Haifa. They also fell in Nazareth, Akko, Nahariyah and almost all the cities, villages and settlements in the Galilee region. These rockets fall indiscriminately on anyone who happens to be at the place of there falling. Exactly as on the other side in Lebanon, no one is protected. We find ourselves between the fires of hatred on both sides: the occupation and resistance. Both use the languages of hate and revenge and uncontrolled threats. They use the language of total destruction of the enemy. The result is the systematic destruction of the civil infrastructure in Lebanon with thousands of people sacrificed in an absurd way. On the other side equally absurd, there is a smaller destruction inside Israel and destabilization of everything in the country. Add to that the tragedy and free hand to destroy whatever exists in Gaza and the West Bank. Billions of dollars have been wasted on the altar of war, pride and arrogance. All sides are angry, all sides are bitter. Every side has its own claims. Everyone is repeating with modern dimension, the first crime we witness in the Bible: one brother was angry, he called Youth Revival Sunday, July 30, 2006 1 his brother outside the house and killed him thinking that his anger will be eased. What happened is that the earth, saturated with Abel’s blood, was crying to God for vengeance while God was asking: “Where is your brother? What have you done to your brother?” The same answer comes out, a denial of responsibility. At the same time a justification of the violence of killing. Today the same situation in their anger. The political leaders, fearing for their pride, bring out their armies and the machines of destruction, started this time also in Galilee. No one is sheltered; the first rocket fell short 00 meters away from where I was while traveling to Haifa. Our message to you is a distressed one, many lives have been lost, many properties and real estate destroyed, many hopes were shattered. Again members of the Arab community in Galilee, and very specially the Christian community on the border with Lebanon, find themselves with no jobs, with no livelihood and no shelter, unlike the neighboring Jewish settlements. Many among our community members were directly hit, mainly in the villages of: Jish, Rama, Eilaboun, Fasuta, Miilya and Tarsheeha, besides the several rockets that hit the heart of Nazareth and Haifa, not to exclude Ibillin. Thanks be to God that the students are at home on their summer holidays. The reason for the conflagration is the conflict between the Lebanese resistance movement, the Hezbollah, and the Israeli government. Israel withdrew from South Lebanon keeping a piece of territory pretended by Israel to be Syrian territory, © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

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but for Lebanon and Syria, it is a Lebanese territory. One more reason is the thousands of Lebanese prisoners inside the Israeli jails. No way to get them free. Hezbollah kidnapped three Israeli soldiers, hoping to negotiate and exchange prisoners; but the pride of Israel on one side and the stereotyped image of Hezbollah as being a terrorist movement, blinded the authorities from negotiating. Some say there was a pre-set agenda to find an excuse to invade Lebanon and destroy all the Hezbollah people. It appears that the Israelis were badly informed, and the Hezbollah is stronger than what they thought and it enjoys the sympathy of the major part of the Lebanese population as well as the Arab Moslems whom they have trained in guerrilla warfare; and it seems that Israel has been humiliated since its creation. Instead of negotiating, they used all the weapons they received from overseas, especially from the United States, to destroy and create havoc in Lebanon. The outcome is contrary to what they expected; the Lebanese population is more determined to help the resistance, the re-destruction of Beirut is a stronger rebirth of violence. Would it not have been better than an instantaneous reaction to wait some time, negotiate the liberation of the Israeli soldiers and save the population on both sides from that immense trouble and widespread destruction, and from the overwhelming fear, and the immense economic waste? We have now more reasons as Christians to voice out loud our mind and call for moderation and appeal to all sides to give up weapons and start negotiating. We feel it is our prime responsibility to get away from the pre-historic attitude and from awkward beliefs: “Tooth for tooth and eye for eye,” in fact no one has any more teeth to exchange or eyes to offer. We have no more teeth. We are blinded because we got deaf from the noise of explosions on both sides. No one hears anymore the whispers of children, frightened, scared to death, before they are massacred! Indeed we are not afraid for our lives, because sooner or later our life will come to an end; we are rather concerned for our children and grandchildren who need life, whether they are Jewish, Palestinians or Lebanese. Would they come to terms with military opinions and practice God’s commandments or, God forbid, will they implement the Roman saying: “Man to Man is a Wolf?” This is not what Christ lived for and taught His disciples. This is not what He believed, and this is far from what He invited us to do: “love your enemy, bless those who curse you and do not return evil for evil but good for evil.” Allow me to thank you for your concern, your prayers and those who send us some money to help affected families. Your friendship makes a difference in our life and you continue giving us hope that there is so much goodness in human beings. Please keep in touch and be sure we shall be representing you in the building of justice and integrity with the hope to obtain peace and security for all sides here in the Middle East. Be assured bombs shall stop, jet fighters shall be crippled. Children shall be able to play once again on the streets of our villages; they shall go to school to learn that “Together and only together they are stronger than the storm.” Yours sincerely with tears and hope, Abuna Elias Chacour † Archbishop of Akka, Haifa, Nazareth and Galilee

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n Wednesday, July 6, 006, the City Council of Chicago voted 35 to 14 to pass the Living Wage Ordinance, which by 010 will ensure that any worker employed by any organization which grosses over $1 billion annually with at least 90,000 square feet will be paid a livable wage of $10.00/hour with an extra $3.00/hour toward benefits. Currently, the wages for Big Boxes will begin at $9.5/hour with $1.5/hour toward benefits. This is a huge victory for those in poverty and the working poor in the city of Chicago for two reasons. First of all, it immediately gives those working for Big-Box corporations a decent wage and benefits. Secondly, it opens the door for more livable wage ordinances across the country. Thirdly, it opens the door for an ordinance in this city which covers all big businesses, not only Big Box stores. Lastly, it shows corporations, that consistently profit off of the backs of poor people, that business as usual is over. Thank God that the City Council aldermen in Chicago stood up for their constituents without succumbing to the threats and money of Big-Box companies. In this effort, Wal-Mart has used every sneaky and slick move in order to thwart the passage of this ordinance. However, this victory shows that David really can beat Goliath. This victory also proves that there are some who refuse to be prostitutes of smoothtalking pimps, because they place principle over price.
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While this battle is won, the fight is not over. This is only one signal to corporate America that their greed is not going to last forever. However, please be sure that the greedy will continue to push their policies and practices on the public. So we thank God for this victory, and look forward to the next fight. ACTION ITEMS 1. Boycott Wal-Mart & Sam’s Club. ThOughT fOr ThIS wEEk: Whenever you place price over principle, you have defined yourself as a prostitute. —Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

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stewardship… results of a redeeMed life More Gold and Things? As You Sow, So You Reap
Jesus said, “Whatsoever a man sows, that shall he also reap.” If our sowing plants only gold and things, that is all we can hope to reap —more gold and more things. Jesus said things could only rust, corrode and wear out. However, if we sow the promises of God, then we can expect to reap the fulfillment of those promises. Christian stewardship plants trust — trust in God’s promises to supply all our needs. When we entrust to God a portion of what He has given to us, we reap the blessings He has promised. History shows the yield of those who seek after God. What will your garden grow this season? Your Friends in Service, The Stewardship Ministry Constance A. King, Editor James N. Butler, Chairman

new enrollMent period for fall 2006
TUCC Child Care program is accepting applications for enrollment of students 3 – 5 years of age. This is a federal- and state-funded program. Eligibility is determined by income level on a sliding scale. immediate openings available at Both sites Trinity UCC Child Care Centers, Inc. 53 West 95th street Chicago, IL 6068 773-488-3511 Contact: Denise Cary, Assistant Director, or Angela Lewis, Social Worker, Assistant TUCC Dr. Deton J. Brooks Head Start Center (Southeast Location) 691 Stony Island Chicago, IL 60649 773-995-818 Contact: Patricia Cary, Site Director, or Aimee Washington, Social Worker

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he Reverend William “Bill” Lee, Senior Minister to Youth at Ebenezer A.M.E. Church in Fort Washington, Maryland, develops, organizes and implements a range of systematic programs that impact over 3,000 youth of the church. He is known throughout the nation for creativity in preaching, teaching and worship. He has instituted dynamic initiatives that embrace the unique styles, interests and talents of the “hip-hop generation.” His impact and presence are felt in schools throughout the area as a regular workshop leader, commencement speaker and advocate. Rev. William Lee has garnered involvement from BET and area radio hosts to foster informative and groundbreaking discussions and programs in the church and in schools including the Got Gifts Tour and Teens Allowed to Talk, which provide opportunities for youth to express their talents and opinions in positive environments. Through these and other programs, Rev. Lee has orchestrated partnerships with area principals to provide adult support and resources needed to address the concerns within area schools. Rev. Lee’s preaching and teaching gifts span all generations. He travels throughout the nation and internationally to lead and speak at revivals, conferences and worship services. Rev. Bill Lee can be found leading adults and youth alike in innovative styles of worship that encourage congregants to “Rock for Jesus.” One of his most memorable accomplishments is the negotiation of a gang truce among rival crews in Prince George’s County, Maryland, which has gained attention from the Washington Post, Gospel Today, CNN, and the Associated Press. Since the truce, he has worked with crew members to provide life skills training and employment opportunity. Rev. Lee has earned a master of divinity degree from the Howard University School of Divinity, Washington, DC. While at Howard, he was blessed to serve as a graduate assistant at the prestigious Rankin Chapel and currently works with the Chapel on a monthly student-led worship service known as “Wednesday Night Live.” He has also begun teaching through the Continuing Education program at the Howard University School of Divinity. Foremost, Rev. Lee is a servant of the Lord. He has a heart for God’s people and desires for everyone to embrace their God-given gifts and talents, regardless of age. Rev. William Lee is married to the love of his life, Quandra.

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ev. Tony Lee, Senior Minister to Young Adults at the 10,000-member Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church, serves under the pastoral leadership of the Rev. Dr. Grainger Browning, Jr. and the Rev. Dr. Jo Ann Browning. Rev. Lee is an accomplished speaker and is known throughout the community for creativity in preaching, teaching and worship. He brings cutting-edge ministry to the hearts of youth and young adults throughout the community. Rev. Lee also served as Ebenezer’s senior minister to youth. During his tenure, Rev. Lee oversaw the development of a wide range of youth ministries that engaged youth in a style of praise and worship that embraced their unique styles and interests. These ministries included nationally recognized scouting and rites of passage programs; educational ministry; clothing design and cartoon ministries; as well as an exceptional persons ministry that focuses on youth with special needs. Young people throughout the community continue to see the Bible studies, conferences and praise fests as places to gain the tools to deal with issues relevant to them in an atmosphere that is shaped by youth for youth. Rev. Lee has also served as the assistant pastor at the First Baptist Church of Englewood, New Jersey, under the pastoral leadership of Rev. John H. Spencer, Jr. In this position, he was an integral part in the renewal of the Youth Fellowship; the formation of two community computer labs; the development of a summer youth employment program; the formation of a
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college and career resource center; and a distance learning partnership with the Howard University School of Divinity. In addition to his duties at the First Baptist Church, he also served as director of the Youth Department for the New Jersey State Progressive Baptists. His theological studies were done at the Howard University School of Divinity and Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He holds a bachelor of science from the University of Maryland and a master of divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary. Some current accomplishments include being a founding member and serving on the Board of Directors of the Nonprofit, Non Partisan Hip-Hop Caucus. The Hip-Hop Caucus was established to create a national coalition of activism in the hip hop community that includes social, political, community based, and youth leadership organizations. He carried an integral part in the “ Crew Leaders Sign Treaty for Peace” in October 004 in which two “crew” leaders signed a treaty pledging to stop the violence in Prince Georges County. As a noted speaker, he has received national media attention, appearing on BET’s “Cousin Jeff’s Chronicles,” CNN, etc. He has been featured in various print media including Upscale magazine and The Washington Post. As a part of his continued work in creating innovative ministry, Rev. Lee is involved in the Strip Club Outreach in which he goes out into the community to minister. Rev. Lee has received numerous awards, and was also acknowledged in an article on bet.com as one of “The Next Spiritual Leaders to Make History.” Rev. Lee is the proud son of Mr. Orlando W.E. Lee and Rev. Nancy T. Lee.

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hiGhliGhts TODAY, SUN…7 /30 Youth Revival Sunday MON – WED…7/31 – 8/ Youth Revival Services FRI…8/4 1st Fridays Worship Service SAT…8/5 Annual Church Picnic/ Community Festival SUN…8/0 Kujichagulia Sensitivity Awareness Service – SA FRI-SAT…8/5 – 8/6 Singles Conference sunday – 7/30 6:30 a.m. Trinity Television Broadcast TV One (Check your cable and satellite menu) 7:30 a.m. Worship Service – SA 9:30 a.m. Breakfast – FH Bible Study – WC 11:00 a.m. Worship Service – SA 1:30 p.m. Dinner – FH :00 p.m. Dedication of New Land – 901 E. 95th Street 6:00 p.m. Worship Service – SA Monday – 7/31 400 W. 95th Street 4:00 p.m. Youth Revival Committee – SA 6:00 p.m. Voice Class – FH Band Rehearsal – SA 7:00 p.m. Youth Revival Service – SA tuesday – 8/1 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 400 w. 95th street Youth Revival Committee – SA Voice Class – WC Band Rehearsal – SA Community Festival Committee – 118 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. New Member Class – FH Newness of Life – 03 Youth Revival Service – SA

wednesday – 8/2 400 w. 95th street 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Prayer & Fasting 11:30 a.m. Prayer Service – WC 3:30 p.m. Youth Revival Committee – SA 5:30 p.m. Praise Team Rehearsal – SA 7:00 p.m. Youth Revival Service – SA tuCC Village Center (1947 w. 95th street) Community Festival Logistic Planning – W307

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thursday – 8/3 400 w. 95th street 5:30 p.m. Artists-In-Residence Summer Art Workshop – 116/118 Imani Ya Watume – WC 6:00 p.m. Band Rehearsal – SA Adopt-A-Student – 10 6:30 p.m. New Member Class – FH 7:00 p.m. Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal – SA tuCC Village Center (1947 w. 95th street) Adopt-A-Student Business Meeting – W305 Housing Ministry – E101

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friday – 8/4 10:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 400 w. 95th street Free-N-One – 07 Music Theory Class – 0 HIV/AIDS Testing – 10 Free-N-One – 07 Singles 1st Fridays Worship Service – SA Tough Love – 03

attention youth Ministry sponsors, Volunteers & eMployees!!!
In compliance with our insurance company, all persons who work with youth in any capacity at Trinity UCC must complete the Youth Ministry training and other designated requirements for certification. Make-up TraiNiNg SeSSioNS SATURDAY, AUGUST 1 8:00 a.m. – :30 p.m. WORKSHOPS 1,  & 3 Training Location: TUCC Village Center, 1947 West 95th Street Pre-Register Sundays, July 30 & August 6 (following services) Cost: $0.00 (Continental Breakfast and Lunch served) TUESDAY, AUGUST  – WORKSHOP 1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 4 – WORKSHOP  TUESDAY, AUGUST 9 – WORKSHOP 3 Training Location: TUCC Village Center, 1947 West 95th Street Register on night of training: 6:00 – 6:30 p.m. For further information, contact: Rev. Michael D. Jacobs, Ext. 49 Rev. Ramah E. Wright, Ext. 384

saturday – 8/5 400 w. 95th street 7:30 a.m. Yoga – Narthex II 9:00 a.m. Yoga Business Meeting – BR Community Festival – Robichaux Park Youth Band Rehearsal – FH 11:00 a.m. Little Warriors For Christ – WC 1:30 p.m. Walaika – WC 1:00 p.m. Youth Drill Team – 0 New Member Class (Adults) – FH :00 p.m. New Member Class (Children) – WC :00 p.m. Women’s Drill Team – Narthex II Communion Prep – BR 3:00 p.m. DIT 006 – 116 Women’s Drill Team Rehearsal – Nartex II Young Women’s Christian Walk – 03 4:00 p.m. Deacon Ministry Board Meeting – WC tuCC Village Center (1947 w. 95th street) Legal Counseling – E101/E10/ W30/W305

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heart of the commUnit y
afriKan danCe Class for BeGinners will resume Saturday, August 5 through October 7, Saturdays, 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., Black Passion Studio, 11018 S. Halsted, Contact Uche, 773-4458314 or djeli@yahoo.com BarBara a. siZeMore aCadeMy of Betty Shabazz International Charter School has openings in full-day kindergarten, 1st, nd and 6th grades, Rigorous academic curriculum, literacy immersion, algebra, science and history fairs, competitive sports, Call 773-779-5666 or visit the school for registration package, 1540 W. 84th Street Christian CoMMunity health Center presents its Healthy Lifestyles Walkathon, 5K Walk, back-to-school physicals, immunizations, dental, vision exams, Registration 9:00 a.m., Saturday, August 6, 9718 S. Halsted, Call 773-33-4100 Citywide reunion Gary, Indiana, Class of 1986 0-year reunion, August 18-0, Contact Cherese Gregory, 19-887-3575 or http:// 86citywidereunion.tripod.com dusaBle MuseuM announces the Children’s Penny Cinema Series, Every Wednesday and Thursday, through August 17, 10:30 a.m., aND… Portugese language classes begin August 5, Pan-African Association, Call Jomo Cheatham, 773-947-0600 Ext 55 eMManuel Christian sChool aluMni assoCiation Third Annual Alumni Revival, Wednesday, August 16 through Friday, August 18, 7:00 p.m., Guest minister, Rev. Dr. Marcus D. Cosby, Pastor, Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church, Houston, TX, Call 773-38-688 health and fitness fair presented by the third legislative district, Saturday, August 5, 10:00 a.m. – :00 p.m., Illinois Institute of Technology, 33rd and State Streets, Call Sandra, 31-949-1908 hyde parK hiGh sChool Class of 1966 Reunion, Friday, August 18 – Sunday, August 0, Call Mark Durham, 773-846-7164 or James Weddington, 773-718-1507 presCription assistanCe inforMation Free Rx Medicine Foundation, 888-81-515, Together Rx Access Program, 800-444-4106, Pharmaceutical Researchers and Manufacturers Patient Assistance, 800-76-4636 sister thea BowMan foundation Four scholarships available for single African American moms and their child to attend the College of St. Mary, Omaha, NE, E-mail Mary Lou Jennings, marylouj11@aol.com st. Jude Children’s researCh hospital Inaugural Red Ball, Friday, August 11, 6:00 p.m., Garfield Park Conservatory, 300 N. Central Park, Chicago, Contact 1-800-61-5359 or www.stjude.org/redball TruMPET NEwSMAgAZINE Looking for a way to promote or advertise your business? Try Trumpet Newsmagazine and reach thousands! Promotional rate to businesses that mention Trinity United Church of Christ, Call 1-888-96-5660 before August 1 to find out more urBan Ministries for enriChMent 2006 Equipping Christian Leaders to Reach God’s People, Saturday, August 5, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, 76 S. Coles, Call Carolyn Booth, 773-75-0610 5 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

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apartMent listinGs are now being handled by the Housing Ministry, Contact Ron Miller, 773-643-4100 or rmille901@sbcglobal.net athletes for Christ 11th Annual Fellowship Golf Outing, Monday, August 7, 8:00 a.m., Tuckaway Golf Course, Call Theresa Williams-Smith, 773-375-6898 Chaplain Ministry Next meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 9, 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ChurCh-in-soCiety Voter Registration will be held all day during the Community Festival, Saturday, August 5, CIS table, Look for the Voter Registration banner CoMMunity festiVal Your assistance is needed for donations of amusement rides, inflatables, prizes and games, Call 773-734-8037 healinG Ministry Training sessions, Tuesdays, August 8, August 15, August  and August 9, If you like praying with or interceding in prayer for others, or would like to learn more about praying with the laying on of hands, then this is the ministry for you, Call Constance A. King, 708-83-1040 hiV/aids support Ministry and sinGles CoMMunity 1st Fridays Worship Service offers free HIV testing, Friday, August 4, 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., Call the HIV/AIDS Support Ministry hotline, 31-409-437 iMMaBasi health and wellness Ministry Requesting volunteers for the Children’s Health Fair, Saturday, August 19, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Pediatricians, dentists, nurses and registration/intake personnel required, Contact Juanita Lane, 773-651-6106 aND…Enrolling uninsured children in the new State Child Health Insurance Program “All Kids Count,” Call Joe Weimholt, Illinois Maternal and Child Health Coalition, 31-491-8161 iMMaBasi/CoMMunity health CounCil Family Support Group will not meet during August, Next meeting, Tuesday, September 19, 6:30 p.m. for family members and friends who have loved ones with chemical imbalances, Call Denise White, 773-978-075 Khayralla (pre-teen) danCe Ministry will resume rehearsals, Thursday, August 3, Black Passion Dance Studio, 11018 S. Halsted, 5:45 p.m., Contact Yugunda Jeffries, 773-55-0178, yugundaj@yahoo.com, or LaShana Bates, 773-317-5910 
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MeMBership/Ministry serViCes Have you moved? Any children left the nest? New employment or newly married? Forgot your giving number? Call the office of Membership/Ministry Services, 773-96-5650 x395, x33 or x3 newness of life Ministry invites you to partner with us in welcoming, encouraging and supporting new members on their Christian journey, Meeting each first Tuesday, 7:00 p.m., 400 Building, Call Sharon Carter, 773-643-0569 or Rose Scott, 773-445-949 readinG tutorial Ministry Seeking volunteers to help students in Grades 3-8 improve reading and test-taking skills, Orientation meeting, Thursday, August 3, 6:30 p.m., 400 building, room 03 aND…Parents interested in this service for your child(ren), Registration, Saturday, August 19, 1:00 p.m., 400 building, room 03 trinity CoMputer Center Registration for Microsoft Certification System Engineering Class – Server 003, Class begins August 18, 6:00 pm., To register, Call Myron R. Nash, 773-98-190, Leave your name and phone number trinity uCC and safer foundation Sponsoring Ready 4 Work, aftercare program for ex-offenders: 18–34 years old, out of prison 90 days or less, no sex crimes or crimes against women or children aND…Ready 4 Work mentors needed, Must be available to meet with mentees –6 hours per month, If ex-offender: conviction must not have been of sex crimes or crimes against women, children, out of prison for at least  years, Call Vanessa Cosby-Shannon, 773-33-149 trinity uCC Credit union Member statements for the Quarter ending June 30, available for pickup in the Credit Union office during regular business hours, Members are urged to use your Credit Union for your automobile, vacation, credit card and other loan needs, Call 773-96-5686 trinity uCC leGal CliniC Providing direct legal advice, services and representation to the congregation and community, Open every 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. – Noon and nd Thursdays, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., Village Center, Call Rev. Reginald Williams, Jr., 773-96-5650

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prayer list
Adams, Deacon Lorraine Adams Family Adams-Carter, Cynthia Anderson, Sr., Luther Ballentine, Maryann & Family Banks, Brian Barrigher, Elwood Barrigher, Jeffrey Bates, Denise M. Bennett, Janvier Bertha, Deacon Helen Bibb, Jr., Rosewell Blount, Viola Boose, Christopher Bowen, Gwen Bowers, Jeffrey Bradfield, Bertha Bratton, Marjorie Breaux, Freddie Brewer, Deacon Evelyn Bridges, Nicole & Family Brimm-Oxendine, Beverly Brown, Chares Brown, Dr. Harriett Brown, Lillian Brown, Sandra Burton, Edy Campbell, Deborah Campbell, Pamela Carlisle, Deacon Maryann Carter, Harriett Chambers, Ella Chapman, Malachi Christmas, Deacon Christephon Coe, Deacon Edna Colbert, Sheryll Collins, Walter & Deacon Marlene Combs, Paul Cotton-Williams, Gail David, Baby Jacob “Ray Ray” Delk, Edward Divers, Gregory Ellis, Lucius, Renee & Robert Eubanks, Roy Everett, Antoine Everett, Barbara Ewing, Russell
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Fain, Andrea Fernandez, Diane Findley, Maxine Fluker, Erma Ford, John Francis, Deacon Rochelle Gamble, Linda, Lindasha & Kenyon Garner, Wilhelmina Gibbs, Charon K. Gill, Dana Gillespie, Morgan Gilliam, Joseph Graham, Elder Lucille Gray, DiMarcko Hammond, Sr., Donald L. Hardaway-Wheeler, Pamela Harrell, Deacon Linda Haynes, Shelley Haynes, Vera Holt, Rosalia Hood, Butch, Brenda & Rachell Houston, Cozetta Hudson, Irean Jackson, Frieda Jackson, Marsha Jackson, Michael James, Safya Johnson, Adonis Johnson, Angela, Denise, Pam, and Wayne Johnson, Betty Johnson, Garice Johnson, Joe Johnson, Master Sergeant Norma J. Johnson, Ruby Jones, Warren S. Jordan, Verlacy Jordon, Loren Jordon, Renell R. Kettle, Jerry Kimball, Deacon Elizabeth Kitching, Ayrica Koslow, Mia Lanum, Havie & Andrew & Family Lawrence-Duckett, Anita Laythan, Nunulu 
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Lewis, Deacon Pattrice “Kim” Little, Krystal Little, Nettie Lockett, Thetis & Family Long, Sandra Love, Marion Love, Marion Lowery, Ernest Loyd, Latosha Lubin, Ben Ludlow, Wayne Lyles, Johnise Mason, Claristine McAllister, Bert McCall, Willa McDade, Darlene McKinney, Takiesha McNorton, Deacon Virginia Melton, Alzenia Melton, Dawshierra Miles, Beatrice Miller, Mildred Mitchell-Shields, Deacon Sharon Moore, Florence Moore, Lynne Moore, Monica & Family Muse, Virginia Nurse , Beverly Occean, Magalie Overton, Jean Owens, Baby Blake Ethan Parker, L. Julie Parrott, Ariel Parrott, Brandon Payton-Love, Mary Peery, Edward Perry, Calvin Peters, Nicole Phillips, Darlene Phillips, Richard Prince, Karen Pugh-Lightfoot, Eric Raymond, Sheldon Richardson, Benjamin Robertson, Edna Robinson, Candie Sampson, Mary

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Sanders, Norma Jean Scates, Hermine Schockley, Baby Ricaylah Scott, Rose Shuford, Leon & Edna Singleton, Deacon Bill & Family Smallwood , Family Smith, Betty Smith, Carmencita Smith, Francine Smith, Fronse Smith, Mary Frances Snell, Jean Spivey, Davion Stephens, Ella Stephens, Leroy Summerville, Lula Sykes, Chariss Taylor, Norlean Terrell-Haynes, Rosalyn Teverbaugh, George Thomas, Carl M. Thomas, Mary Lou Thomas, Willie Thornton, Family Tibbs, Brenda Timberlake, Deacon Joyce Toliver, Mya Torrey-Parker, L. Julie Travis, Ronald Triplett, Dr. Shirlen Tutt, Beatrice Vernardo, Helen Verner, Diana Walker, Baby Nicholas Walker, Felicia Walker, Jr., Floyd Ward, Benjamin Washington, Audrey Washington-Dyk, Gwendolyn White, Joseph & Shirley Whiturs, Derique Wiley, Baby Lavell Wilkes, Mary Williams, Bobby Williams, Chazz Williams, Michelle, Tammy, and Stacy Williams, Ms. Arthurine Wilson, Martin Withers, Mother Ernestine Wright-Miller, Mildred Young, Samella Zaya, Dankha

bereaVed
the faMily of: Mr. Curtis Cade Mrs. Barbara Coats Mr. Eugene Crenshaw Mrs. Vera Lee Hutchinson Mr. Lucius Jackson Mr. James McCary Mrs. Felicia McClinton Mrs. Erma Moore Mrs. Willa Mae Nathaniel Mrs. Cherry Parker Mrs. Gertrude P. Read please send Cards to: Deacon Beatrice Brooks & Family Mrs. Veronica Coats & Family The Crenshaw Family Ms. Rosella Hutchinson & Family Mrs. Rotunda McClain & Family Mr. Ben Moore & Family Ms. Janice Harris & Family Mrs. Jewel Barker & Family Mrs. Mary Nathaniel & Family Mrs. Rotunda McClain & Family Mr. Eddie S. Read & Family address: 6945 S. California Ave. (9) 9550 S. Sangamon Ave. (43) 9630 S. Carpenter St. (43) 66 E. 68th St. Apt. 3A (37) 8131 S. Maplewood Ave. (5) 10840 S. State St. (8) 6737 S. Prairie Ave., 1st Flr. (37) 7949 S. Crandon Ave. (17) 1808 S. Kedzie Ave., Apt. #101, Hazel Crest, IL 6049 8131 S. Maplewood Ave. (5) 503 S. Ingleside Ave. (15)

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Mrs. Vernal A. Redick Ms. Yolande Smallwood Mr. Carl Smith Mrs. Corine Washington Mr. Horace Wilmer Mr. Chalmous E. LaShea & Family Deacon Deborah Higgins & Family Dr. Ann Smith & Family Mrs. Maerine Adams & Family Mrs. Barbara Hardy & Family 7601 S. Bennett Ave. (49) 0950 Boulder Dr., Plainfield, IL 60544 505 N. Lake Shore Dr. Apt. #1310 (11) 9548 S. Green Ave. (43) 57 W. 114th Pl. (8)

hospitaliZed
Michelle Bolton Northwestern Memorial Hospital 51 East Huron St. Chicago, IL 60611 31-96-000 deacon edna Coe Ingalls Memorial Hospital One Ingalls Dr. Harvey, IL 6046 708-333-300 Joseph Gilliam Christ Hosptal 4440 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 708-684-8000 dimarcko Gray Ingalls Memorial Hospital One Ingalls Dr. Harvey, IL 6046 708-333-300 rosa Kimble Silver Cross Hospital 100 Maple Rd. Joliet, IL 6043 815-740-1100 Mary pegues Christ Hospital 4440 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 708-684-8000 anna Quinn Mercy Hospital 55 S. Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60616 31-567-000 delran tibbs Christ Hospital 4440 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 708-684-8000 hattie windom Trinity Hospital 30 E. 93rd St. Chicago, IL 60617 773-967-000

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arder, Claude
Bronzeville Park Skilled Nursing Center 3400 S. Indiana Ave. Chicago, IL 60616 Room 403, Bed 1 31-84-5000

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Collins, laverne
Bronzeville Park Skilled Nursing Center 3400 S. Indiana Avenue Chicago, IL 60616 Room 316, Bed  31-84-5000

KiMBall, deacon elizabeth
Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 45 E. 71st St. Chicago, IL 60649 Room 104, Bed A 773-71-5000

Brown, edward

Mercy Health Care & Rehabilitation Center 19000 S. Halsted St. Homewood, IL 60430 Room 503, Bed 1 708-957-900

elZie, deacon evelyn

Renaissance Nursing Center 940 W. 87th Street Chicago, IL 6065 Room 07, Bed 1 773-434-8787

little, Krystal

Cadenhead, lafronne

eVans, edward

Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago 345 E. Superior St Chicago, IL 60611 Room 50, Bed  31-38-1000

Jackson Square Nursing Home 6130 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60644 Room 47, Bed B 773-91-8000 (Communion Visits Only)

Pavilion of Forest Park 800 W. Roosevelt Road Forest Park, IL 60130 Room 43, Bed 1 708-488-9850

Martin, Kim

Garner, wilhelmina

Dawson Nursing Home 3500 S. Giles Ave. Chicago, IL 60653 Room 00, Bed  31-36-000

Carter, anthony

Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago 354 E. Superior St. Chicago, IL 60611 31-38-1000

Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 45 E. 71st St. Chicago, IL 60649 Room 31, Bed B 773-71-5000

Mason, Claristine

Carter, Michael
Washington Heights Nursing Home 1010 W. 95th St. Chicago, IL 60643 Room 334, Bed 1 773-98-1177

haMpton, ineze

Bronzeville Park Skilled Nursing Center 3400 S. Indiana Ave. Chicago, IL 60616 Room 17, Bed  31-36-000

Manor Care Health Care Services 145 E. 175th St. South Holland, IL 60473 Room 338, Bed C 708-474-4167

Mcintosh, deacon Maurice
Lexington House Nursing Home 10300 Southwest Highway Chicago Ridge, IL 60415 Room 34, Bed C 708-45-1100

efferson, lorine

Manor Care Health Care Services 6300 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 Room , Bed  708-599-8000 (Pastoral Visits Only)
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Moore, hilton
Manor Care Health Care Services 940 Maple Ave. Homewood, IL 60430 Room 415, Bed A 708-799-044

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sMith, Mary Baker
Montgomery Place 5550 S. South Shore Dr. Chicago, IL 60615 Room 08 773-753-4100

watt, Mildred

Moten, Marguerite

Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 45 E. 71st St. Chicago, IL 60649 Room 133, Bed B 773-71-5000 (Communion Visits Only)

teVerBauGh, George
Rush-Barton Supported Living Facility 145 S. Wood St. Chicago, IL 60608 Room 30 31-41-50 Alden-Prairie Village Rehabilitation Center 16450 S. 97th Ave. Orland Park, IL 60467 Room 0, Bed 1 708-403-6500 Clark Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 1964 Clark Rd. Gary, IN 46404 Room 13, Bed 3 19-949-9640

Renaissance at South Shore Nursing Home 45 E. 71st Street Chicago, IL 60649 Room 430, Bed A 773-71-5000

williaMs, Maudine

Halsted Terrace Nursing Home 10935 S. Halsted St. Chicago, IL 6068 Room 31, Bed  773-98-000

peaVy, irene

thoMpson, opreabea

wilson, louis

Victory Center of River Oaks 1370 Ring Rd., Apt. #407 Calumet City, IL 60409 708-83-1130

peters, petrina

Renaissance at 87th St. Nursing Home 940 W. 87th St. Chicago, IL 6065 Room 30, Bed 1 773-434-8787

Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital 1401 S. California Blvd. Chicago, IL 60608 Room 3816, Bed  773-5-010

thurston, Charles

withers, Mother ernestine
Montgomery Place 5550 S. South Shore Dr. Chicago, IL 60615 Room 16 773-753-4100

sheats, Benjamin

Rest Haven Central 1359 S. Central Ave. Palos Heights, IL 60463 Room 3 708-597-1000

tinsley, eddis

wriGht, ernestine

sMith, Claude

Renaissance Nursing Center 940 W. 87th St. Chicago, IL 6065 Room 3, Bed 1 773-434-8787
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Dawson Nursing Home 3500 S. Giles Ave. Chicago, IL 60653 Room 319, Bed 1 31-36-000

Manor Care Health Care Center 9401 S. Koster Ave. Oak Lawn, IL 60453 Room 38 708-95-3750

watson, Janet

Timberview Nursing Home 450 Taft St. Gary, IN 46404 Room 319, Bed  19-977-610, Ext. 34
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ALLEN, Deacon Quinville BASKIN, Marie BASKIN, William BETTS, Karyn BLACKWELL, Mable BOND, Collin BOWEN, Gwen BREWER, Deacon Evelyn BROOKS, Arzulia BURKS, Willa A. BUTTS, Larvette CAMPBELL, Delois CARTER, Harriett CHESTNUT, Luther CLAY, Louise CLAY, Nancy COMPTON, Yvonne DUKE, Annette DULANEY, Doris EVERETT, Barbara FLEMING, Alfreda FORD, John FUNCHES, Josephine GRAHAM, Elder Lucille GRAY, Cary GREEN, Lloyd HARDY, Glodine c/o Lois Walker HAYNES, Frances HEREFORD, Bessie HOLT, Rosalia HORNSBURGER, Ruby JACKSON, Betty JACKSON, Deacon Rudolph JOHNSON, Laura JONES, George & Lula MARRABLE, James McDADE, Darlene Youth Revival Sunday, July 30, 2006 11919 S. Harvard Ave. 14339 Park Ave., Markham, IL 1510 Brookfield Dr., Plainfield, IL 117 S. Campbell Ave. 9739 S. Bell Ave. 1701 Ellis Ct., South Holland, IL 1818 S. Morgan St. 939 S. Green St. 941 S. Eggleston Ave. 1855 S. Center Ave., Homewood, IL 10350 S. Komensky Ave., Apt. #D Oak Lawn, IL 9146 S. Indiana Ave. 35 W. 80th Pl. 7855 S. Coles Ave. 1166 S. Stewart St. 5948 W. Midway Park 400 E. 41st St., Apt. #601N 818 Gray Ave., Evanston, IL 13058 S. Wood St., Apt. #1E Blue Island, IL 31 S. Orchard Dr., Park Forest, IL 8505 S. Drexel Ave. 8939 S. Dante Ave. 931 S. Union Ave. (8) 6046 60544 (55) (43) 60473 (43) (0) (8) 60430 773-468-88 708-331-1431 815-54-1106 773-445-488 773-779-055 708-339-3174 773-98-7093 773-39-9416 773-4-7581 708-799-3581

60453 773-457-1815 (19) 773-98-0997 (0) 773-737-3584 (49) 773-978-308 (8) 773-468-964 (44) 773-87-9194 (53) 773-85-0555 Visits on Wednesdays after 6:00 p.m. 600 847-869-0408

60406 708-597-8309 60466 708-8-598 (19) 773-751-18 (19) 773-734-7363 (8) 31-805-1401 Visits before 12:00 Noon on Sundays 96 S. Winston Ave. (43) 773-33-4016 3000 N. Sheridan Rd., Apt. #5C (57) 773-975-1577 7337 S. South Shore Dr., Apt. #731 (49) 773-1-413 598 Andover, Chicago Heights, IL 60411 708-481-5814 8835 S. Harper Ave. (19) 773-734-441 951 S. Parnell Ave. (0) 773-846-0448 945 S. Union Ave. (0) 773-488-380 369 E. 88th St. (19) 773-846-934 1815 W. Monroe Ave., Apt. 3G (1) 31-491-1860 7417 S. Bennett Ave. (49) 773-667-6111 161 S. Jeffrey Ave., Sauk Village, IL 60411 708-757-3494 1135 S. Union Avenue (8) 773-468-4743 10136 S. Peoria St. (43) 773-445-6876 18555 Hickory Ct., Apt.17, Lansing, IL 60438 708-418-0145 33 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

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McFADDEN, Deborah McKINNEY, Takeisha McKINNON, Cora MENZIES, Pamela MILES, Mary J. MILLINER, Tommie MOORE, Merilyn MUSE, Virginia NATHANIEL, Willa Mae OATTES, Maurice OWENS, Wendy PAYTON-LOVE, Mary PORTER, Jacqueline RICE, Sylvester ROGERS, Marlene SCATES, Hermine SMITH, Betty SMITH, Carmencita SMITH, Carlton SMITH, Doris J. SOUTH, Lucretia SPENCER, Nathaniel TATE, Johnny THREATT, Ethel VERNER, Diana WESTERFIELD, Della WILLIAMS, Janna WRIGHT, Wiley 14031 Gail Lane, Unit, #310 Crestwood, IL 60445 1049 E. 93rd St. (19) 9717 S. Green St. (43) 17440 Sterling Ave., Country Club Hills, IL 60478 614 S. St. Lawrence Ave. (37) 9155 S. Green St. (0) 9106 S. Parnell Ave. (0) 9530 S. Lowe Ave. (0) 1808 S. Kedzie Ave., Apt. #101 Hazel Crest, IL 6049 17948 Edwards Ave., Country Club Hills, IL 60478 1545 S. State St., Apt. #714 (05) 7938 S. Jeffrey Blvd. (49) 4351 W. 76th St., Apt. #108 (5) c/o Gladys Rice, 8011 S. Justine St. (0) 1616 E. 55th St. (15) 6831 S. Cornell Ave., 1st Flr. (49) 17791 Arlington Dr. Country Club Hills, IL 60478 14 Tanglewood Pl., Apt. #B Hammond, IN 4633 100 W. Lawrence Ave. (40) 16719 S. Clyde Ave., So. Holland, IL 60473 439 N. Central Ave., Apt. #1E (44) 7948 S. Dobson Ave., Apt. #1A (19) 11011 S. Emerald Avve. (8) 10008 S. Morgan Ave. (43) 5135 S. Kenwood Ave., Apt. #40 (15) 317 E. 68th St., Apt. #1 (49) c/o Carmen Williams, 7915 S. Albany St. (5) 9146 S. LaFayette Ave. (0) 708-385-9075 773-731-4990 773-881-88 708-647-04 773-667-0167 773-33-840 773-994-1953 773-779-7460 708-799-879 708-799-006 31-949-9510 773-734-788 773-771-8795 773-651-8534 773-643-4381 773-955-445 708-06-1457 19-844-038 773-561-100 708-889-1605 773-378-5980 773-651-1531 773-64-0448 773-779-913 773-493-3049 773-493-8850 773-436-73 773-660-033

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1047 S. Hoxie Ave. 10838 S. Wallace Ave. 1453 S. Emerald Ave. 7114 S. Harding Ave. 17607 S. Mulberry, Country Club Hills, IL GILMORE, Laura 1155 Westgrove Pkwy., Apt. #186, Tempe, AZ HARRIS, Michelle 811 W. Madison St., Apt. #115 PALMER, Spencer 1956 Lisson Rd., Naperville, IL ROBERTS, Fontain 189 N. Austin Ave. SAYLES, Bernice 6831 S. Cornell Ave., 1st Flr. SMITH, Renetta 911 Falcon Cove Ct., Orlando, FL TAYLOR, Dr. Brenda 5380 Windemere Dr., Granger, IN TORREY, Hoyt 441 El Moor Way, Las Vegas, NV 70-435-057 WALKER, Jr., Floyd 848 S. Green St. WALKER, Lillian 6138 S. Carpenter St. WASHINGTON-DYK, Gwendolyn 045 W. Jackson Blvd., Apt. #01 31-41-7867 WILLIAMS, Brandi 70 Silverton Trail, Austell, GA WHYTE, Rev. James 349 Peachwood Rd., Knoxville, TN BROWN, Hysson CHAPMAN, Malachi CONDA, William DELOACH, Berenice GARDNER-PEARSON, Renee (17) (8) (8) (9) 60478 8583 (07) 60565 (39) (49) 385 46530 89044 CARDS & CALLS ONLY (0) (1) (1) CARDS & CALLS ONLY 30168 3791

CoMMunion Visits only
BENN, Vester BROWN, Ann H. BUTLER, Alice Faye DUNAGAN, Patricia HENDERSON, Evelyn HILL, Katherine LEGGETT, Aurelia McINTOSH, Emily NELSON, Mary & Thomas ROGERS, George & Betty 9035 S. Luella Ave. 134 W. 111th Place 10104 S. Emerald Ave. 7318 S. King Dr. 7406 S. Paxton Ave. 9950 S. Carpenter St. 1639 W. 107th Street 7811 S. Michigan Ave. 5401 S. Hyde Park Blvd., Apt. #1101 400 E. 41st St., Apt. #010S (17) (43) (8) (19) (49) (43) (43) (19) (15) (53) 773-374-8914 773-445-5315 773-445-5110 773-846-1653 773-643-0956 773-779-387 773-33-086 773-651-9560 773-667-3404 773-85-3941

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9344 S. Bishop St. 10338 S. Church St. 10510 S. Rhodes Ave. 008 E. 77th St., Apt. #1 961 S. Wallace Ave. 400 E. 41st St., Apt. #60N 960 N. Lake Shore Dr., Apt. #507 933 S. Eggleston Ave. ROUNSAVILLE, Linda SMITH, Jr., Walter SMITH, Olah STEWART, Beverly TRIPLETT, Sadie TUCKER, Geraldine WILKS, Elizabeth YOUNKINS, Rose (0) (43) (8) (49) (8) (53) (57) (0) 773-983-83 773-881-8733 773-995-6893 773-734-0846 773-779-1689 773-94-07 773-96-0580 773-483-784

deaCon Visits only
GRAY, Viola WEAVER, Odessa 9518 S. LaSalle Ave. 6751 S. Constance Ave. (8) (49) 773-64-59 773-88-3795

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aKiBa sales 773-96-5660 M – TH 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. FR - 11:00 a.m.– 7:00 p.m. SAT - 9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. SUN - After Each Service aMani Care proGraM 773-98-0473 MON – FRI 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Blaine denye liBrary 773-96-5650, ext. 740 MON - TU - THUR 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. WED: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. SAT: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Can-Cer-ViVe helpline 773-96-5650 Mailbox 830 Career deVelopMent Ministry 4-Hour Answering Service 773-96-0139 Careerdevelop@tucc.org ColleGe plaCeMent offiCe TU & TH - 1:00 – 9:00 p.m. WED - 10:00 – 6:00 p.m. FR - 10:00 – 6:00 p.m. SAT - 9:00 – 5:00 p.m. Sundays & Mondays CLOSED 773-98-1590 CoMMunity & eConoMiC eMpowerMent 773-96-5650, Ext. 819 CounselinG Ministry Answering Service 773-96-0043 Credit union TU & TH - 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. SAT - 9:00 a.m .– 1:00 p.m. SUN - After 7:30 & 11:00 a.m. Services 773-96-5686 773-73-838 (fax) diaBetes support Group 773-98-333 doMestiC ViolenCe Ministry Confidential helpline 773-96-5650 Mailbox 811 druG & alCohol reCoVery Ministry Tough Love 773-96-5650, Ext. 808 Free “N” One 773-96-5650, Ext. 808 faMily CareGiVer support Group Tommie Jean Ryhal 773-375-6981 Eleanor Anderson 773-881-1419 38 © Sermons copyrighted by Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. health & wellness Ministry CoMMunity Mental health support Group 773-978-075 or 773-734-4033, ext. 111 hiV/aids support Ministry 31-409-AIDS or 31-409-437 housinG Ministry Ron Miller 773-643-4100 Ext. 15 KuJiChaGulia speCial CitiZens support Ministry 4 Hours J. Payton 773-373-704 Math tutorial 773-96-5650 prison Ministry Answering Service 773-96-5650 Mailbox 886 trinity CoMputer learninG Center 773-98-190

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order of Worship orderation chU rch inform of Worship
pastoral/proGraM staff Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr., Senior Pastor Rev. Otis Moss III, Pastor Toya Perry, Chief Financial Officer Rev. Stacey Edwards, Director of Pastoral Services Rev. Barbara A. Heard, Associate Pastor Rev. John E. Jackson, Sr., Associate Pastor Rev. Regina Reed, Associate Pastor Rev. Michael G. Sykes, Associate Pastor Rev. Reginald Williams, Associate Pastor Rev. Ramah E. Wright, Associate Pastor Dr. Julia Speller, Director Christian Education Rev. Michael D. Jacobs, Minister to Youth and Children Rev. Ann Patton, Minister of Christian Education Deacon Shirley Bims-Ellis, Director Center for African Biblical Studies Robert E. Wooten, Jr., Director of Music Deacon Jeri L. Wright, Director of Media Ivey Matute, Executive Secretary

friday worship service
• F.A.T. Fridays • Every Friday • 1:00 Noon Chicago Federation of Musicians Building 175 W. Washington Street Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. 7:30 & 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m. (Praise Service begins 15 minutes prior)

Bible discovery hour
Sundays, 9:45 a.m. Sunday Youth Church 7:15 a.m., 10:45 a.m.

radio Broadcast
Sundays • 1 Noon (WCFJ 1470AM) Philadelphia, PA Sundays - Fridays 6:30 a.m. EST (WURD 900AM)

Church school

sunday worship service

LIVE Sundays 7:30 & 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m. Mondays & Thursdays 7:00 p.m. Website • www.tucc.org Sundays • 6:30 a.m., (TV One, Check Local Listings) Prayer Line 773-98-160

webcasts

weekly praise/prayer service
Sundays 7:15 a.m., 10:45 a.m., 5:45 p.m. Wednesdays • 11:30 a.m., 7:14 p.m.

television Broadcast

Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Saturdays • 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Church office hours

Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Saturdays • 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Sundays • 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

reception desk hours

synergy Counseling Center
53 W. 95th Street 773-994-9937

.“There are different ways of serving, but the same Lord is served.”
1 Corinthians 12:5 (TEV)
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