Matt Helms preaching | Communion
9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Shannon J. Kershner preaching
Shannon J. Kershner preaching | Jazz Communion Service
On Sunday, October 23 the Walton Street entrance to the 900 N. Michigan parking garage will be temporarily closed between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. The Rush Street entrance to the garage will remain open during that period.
Our 2017 Annual Appeal is underway! Pledge cards are in the pew racks; you can also make your pledge online as well as read there Shannon’s letter and information about how your pledge is used. For those who like to use the mailed pledge card, those are on their way to you!
In addition to holding in prayer those affected by Hurricane Matthew, this Sunday we received a special Disaster Relief Offering to support the work of Presbyterian Disaster Assistance as they respond to the emergency needs of those affected.
Gifts can still be made online by clicking on “To Make a Gift” at the top left of this page, selecting the “Mission” fund, and entering “Disaster Assistance” in the memo field.
If you were unable to be with us for the September 10 “Race, Theology, and the Church” conversation, we invite you to watch the videos of the keynote address by Yolanda Pierce on “Racial Justice and the Vocabulary of Faith” and of the ecumenical panel discussion.
To all who participated in this thought-provoking public forum on the role the church can play in the racial crisis, thank you!
The website banner photo depicts the fountain in the Michigan Avenue courtyard. It was a gift from architect Howard Van Doren Shaw in 1914, the year the Sanctuary and Parish House buildings were dedicated.
Annual Appeal 2017