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32 | April 12, 2018 | The winnetka Current faith Faith Briefs Winnetka Congregational Church (725 Pine Street, Winnetka (847) 441-3400) Weekly Worship Join the congregation on Sundays at 10 a.m. Nursery/childcare is also available. Christ Church (784 Sheridan Road, Winnetka (847) 446-2850) Worship Join the church every Sunday at 8 a.m. for the Holy Eucharist and 9:30 a.m. for the choral Holy Eucharist. The nursery will be open during both services. Gluten-free communion wafers are always available. The Orchard (315 Waukegan Road, Northfield, IL 60093) Sunday Service Sunday services are held at 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. Awana Clubs Children ages 3 through fifth grade can play games, memorize Bible verses and learn Bible lessons on Tuesdays from 6:30-8 p.m. Youth Group The youth group of middle- and high-school students meets Wednesdays from 7:30-9 p.m. to build a community around God’s word, have small group discussion, worship, prayer, play games and have snacks. Temple Jeremiah (937 Happ Road, Northfield (847) 765-5000) Shabbat Shabbat services are held every Friday evening and Saturday morning. Temple Jeremiah greets Shabbat through sermons, lectures, music, discussions, family worship and dinners in the sanctuary or chapel. Sacred Heart Catholic Church (1095 Gage St., Winnetka (847) 446-0856) Sunday Mass Sunday Mass is held at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Saints Faith, Hope and Charity Catholic Parish (191 Linden St., Winnetka, (847) 446-7646) Sunday Mass Sunday mass is held at 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11:45 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation Reconciliation occurs in the church on Saturdays from 8:30–9 a.m. Submit information for The Current’s Faith page to Michael Wojtychiw at In Memoriam Brian Patrick Bradfield Brian Patrick Bradfield, 63, a former Northfield police officer from 1978-2005, died. He was the dear son of the late Bruce and Betty Bradfield; beloved father of Brian P. (Bri) Bradfield and Caitlin (Joel) Satala; loving grandfather of Hayden Baer and Liam Bradfield; brother of Bruce (Jean) Bradfield; and dear uncle of three. Helen M. Cunningham Helen Cunningham, born Helen Mary Miller, passed away on March 31 at age 94 in her home in Chelsea, Mich. A native of New York City, she attended Barnard Cunningham College and Columbia University. She married Dr. Raymond F. Cunningham in 1947, and lived in Philadelphia, Hatboro, and Doylestown, Penn., before settling in Winnetka, her home for more than 50 years. Cunningham traveled extensively in Europe, the Mediterranean basin, including North Africa, and the Middle East, following her passions in art, history and ancient archaeology. Cunningham was an accomplished equestrian and tennis player, and her interests also included gardening, investing and bird watching. For 15 years, she attended the Odyssey at Oxford University in the U.K., a continuing education course of study offered by Michigan State University. In 2016, she moved to Michigan to be closer to family. Her death follows that of her husband, who died in 2006. She is survived by her three children: Dr. Bruce Cunningham, of Minneapolis, kids From Page 31 abreast of technological advances have also been keys to success, she said. Unlike many photo studios, Classic Kids has its own lab, located Keith Cunningham, of Berlin, Germany, and Carole McNamara, of Ann Arbor, Mich; two grandchildren, David McNamara, of Dallas, and Andrew McNamara, of Bloomington, Ind.; and a great-granddaughter, Sloane. She is also survived by brother, Arthur John Miller of Warren, Vt., and her niece, Erica Hintze. Funeral arrangements will be private following cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Nature Conservancy, the Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Chicago Art Institute. Her ashes will be scattered at sea, with her husband’s, in the Virgin Islands, where they met. Roberta ‘Robbie’ S. Macfarland Roberta ‘Robbie’ S. Macfarland nee Seager, 93, of Winnetka and Vero Beach, Fla., died March 31. She was born in Grand Rapids, Mich. and spent most of her adult life in Winnetka. Macfarland Macfarland married Lanning Macfarland Jr. on Aug. 2, 1947. Over the years, she was active in the Evanston Junior League and loved playing golf, tennis, curling and entertaining friends at Indian Hill Club in Winnetka. One of her great passions was competing in curling bonspiels, both in the U.S. and Scotland. She is survived by her husband of 70 years; her brother, David Collins Seager III; her children Elizabeth Ann (Gary) Parker, Sandy (Claire) Macfarland, and Brewster (Sarah) Macfarland; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. in Evanston, and all digital images from every studio are processed there under Floyd’s watchful eye. Photos are shot with a Nikon D850 camera. Floyd has filled her own home with framed images of her sons growing up, and Ann Rayne Ann Rayne, a Winnetka native, died March 10 in St. Louis. She was the beloved wife of 61 years of the late John Rayne; mother of Susan (Michael Jarvis), Rayne Julie and Brian; and grandmother of Nathan and Nicholas. Rayne was born April 8, 1930, in Winnetka and graduated from New Trier High School and the University of Wisconsin. After graduate work at the University of Pittsburgh, she taught English and briefly worked for Westinghouse and Carnegie Mellon. Upon retirement, Ann loved her work as a docent at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, leading tours for school children. She also valued her experience as a CASA volunteer court advocate for abused and neglected children. Daniel E. Sullivan Daniel E. Sullivan, 96, a graduate of New Trier and former Northfield resident, died Feb. 3 in Sarasota, Fla. He graduated from New Trier High School in 1940. At New Trier, he lettered in touch football Sullivan and track participating at the state level in the pole vault and high jump. Sullivan joined the Army in 1943 and was a member of the Army’s 877th Airborne Aviation Engineer Battalion (Glider Division). With the 877th, he was deployed through France and Germany, constructing and maintaining the airstrips that enabled Allied aircraft to access the front lines wouldn’t have it any other way. “When I look at my pictures now, I can almost smell that sweet baby smell and almost feel them in a way that I would have long forgotten,” she said. That is what she wants for of battle. After the war, Sullivan moved back to Wilmette, and after attending the University of Illinois, began a long career in construction engineering. In 1954, he married Helen Stripe and they soon moved to Northfield to start a family. Sullivan was a family man and supporter of youth causes, active in the Northfield Little League and the Boy Scouts of America (Troop 5 Wilmette). He was a member of the New Trier Township Republican Club and as a precinct captain, worked tirelessly for the elections of U.S. presidents Eisenhower, Nixon and Reagan. His career as an architectural superintendent involved the building many of the iconic skyscrapers of Chicago, including Lake Point Tower and Illinois Centre, as well as the renovation of Holy Name Cathedral and numerous tollway and water treatment facility projects. Sullivan spent his retirement years researching his genealogy and created a timeline of relatives extending back to American Revolution and beyond to the English Middle Ages. He is survived by his ex-wife, Helen Murray, of Ontonagon Mich.; son Daniel Sullivan, of Atlanta; son Patrick (Martha Easton) Sullivan of Princeton, N.J.; daughter Marni (Patrick) Mc- Cranie of Sarasota; daughter Catherine Sullivan, of Chicago; and with six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Have someone’s life you’d like to honor? Email Michael Wojtychiw at m.wojtychiw@22ndcenturymedia. com with information about a loved one who was part of the Winnetka/Northfield community. her clients, as well: “to capture those little special moments and those special details about your family that will mean everything to you when you are older, and are going to be everything to your children, and they will show them to their children.” Winnetka the winnetka current | April 12, 2018 | 33