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Join us on Sundays at 6pm for a meal followed by our
6:30pm worship service. All are welcome, no exceptions.
You are also invited to bring a non-perishable food item for
the offering, which we will donate to a local food pantry.
When: Sundays, 6:00-8pm (during fall and spring
Where: Center for Faith & Vocation, 4615 Sunset Ave.
(“The Blue House” across from Clowes Hall)
Ecumenical & Interfaith Worship
We are grateful for the presence of different student groups devoted to a traditional faith or an
emerging spirituality. We are constantly exploring ways to worship together without compromising
what makes each of us distinctive. We have participated in worship with the Butler Catholic
Community, Butler Hillel, and with all the religious/spiritual organizations through services organized
through the Center for Faith & Vocation. Watch for further announcements.
Feeding the Hungry
At Common Worship we donate nonperishable food items to be given to local food pantries.
Occasionally we send volunteers to assist these pantries on days when they are open. If you are
interested in volunteering, contact Fr. Charles Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org; 317-319-7736).
Grace Unlimited has been a consistent
supporter of the Butler Alliance and of the
full inclusion of LGBT persons in the
common life of our supporting Churches.
Each year we and the Alliance co-sponsor a
team for the annual AIDS Walk. For more
about the AIDS Walk, see:
If you are interested in volunteering, contact
Fr. Charles Allen
We gather on a weeknight several times a semester to engage the growing phenomenon of the
Emerging Church. We might watch a Rob Bell video or a YouTube clip from Peter Rollins, then
explore together what that opens up for us. As always, there will be food. Announcements will be
posted on bulletin boards and on Facebook, or you can contact Fr. Charles Allen
Every year Grace Unlimited sponsors several forums on topics of interest or concern to people of faith:
science & religion, relating to people of other faiths, archeological discoveries, faith and politics, etc.
Look for more announcements in the near future.
The Listening Post
Fr. Charles makes himself available to Butler students during the week
at Starbucks. Feel free to drop by to chat, vent, or talk about your
spiritual and overall wellbeing (or make an appointment to talk