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Winter Weekend - 2017

Winter Weekend 

26th Annual Senior High Youth

Winter Weekend

Dubois Center

January 14-16, 2017

PaulWallaceFeatured Speaker: Paul Wallace

AndraMoranMusician: Andra Moran

 

 

 

 

Winter Weekend is the Illinois South Conference UCC Senior High Youth Event. Young people in grades 9 - 12 are invited to come immerse themselves in a uniquely UCC environment. We learn, pray, play, worship, share, celebrate, and eat together in a safe and sacred environment. This year youth will discuss the possible conflict between religion and science with Paul Wallace, guest speaker and author. Add the uplifting, faith filled music of Andra Moran, and it promises to be one amazing weekend at DuBois Center!!  
Registration materials are below.  Click here for flyer.

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Annual Meeting 2016

History of Illinois South Conference

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History of the Faith within ISC Congregations
and the faith formation of time at DuBois
Center.

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Statement of Identity

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The Delegates of Illinois South Conference developed the following Statement of Identity at the Annual Meeting held at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows in Belleville, Illinois. This completed the visioning process begun at the 2011 Annual Meeting.

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