LSUS is an open-minded community that inspires you to find your own spiritual path.
For over 50 years, Lake Shore Unitarian Society (LSUS) has brought families of various religious backgrounds together in a community of shared values: compassion, respect, and responsibility. At our weekly service, LSUS hosts a highly regarded speaker, who is drawn from a wide range of fields and provides insights that inspire and enhance appreciation for the world in which we live. We offer quality music as another source of spiritual inspiration. Our Religious Explorations (RE) program aims to provide children and teens the spiritual and cultural literacy they need in this increasingly interdependent world.
November 22 - January 3
Due to Kohl Museum's traveling exhibit that the Winnetka Community House is hosting this fall, LSUS Sunday services will be held in a different room for a while.
Services on November 22 & 29, December 6 & 13 will be held in the Garden Room at the Winnetka Community House. It is located in the new wing, off the court yard. The service on January 3 will be held in the Matz Hall, the Community House's theater. We will be back in Room 101 from January 10.