Mission and Service
At Fourth Presbyterian Church, we believe that through mission outreach, we can serve our brothers and sisters in need, sharing in their struggles and hopes and working together for a world of compassion, peace, and justice.
Mission is essential to what it means to be church. As followers of Christ we are called to love our neighbors in ways that proclaim the good news of the gospel. Fourth Presbyterian Church has claimed the call to reach out in many meaningful ways. Our outreach efforts include bringing hope and relieving suffering through compassionate service, building partnerships with people in other countries, advocating for justice and peace, and sharing God’s unconditional love for all persons. As we give we also receive and are blessed by neighbors in our city and around the world.
To subscribe to the Mission and Advocacy e-newsletter, send email addresses to firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Mission” in the subject line.
The Advocacy Committee strives to share Jesus’ love and his call to seek justice by reaching out to make changes in public policies that impact the lives of all God’s people.
View upcoming mission and service events and opportunities here.
Christian are called to lovingly care for the world with which we’ve been entrusted, and the Presbyterian Church (USA) believes social justice cannot be achieved in the absence of environmental justice.
Fourth Church offers opportunity for people in need to receive a warm meal through weekly Monday, Friday, and Sunday Night Suppers.
Fourth Church partners with international organizations in support of their mission efforts in such countries as Cameroon and Northern Ireland.
Mission trips at Fourth Church enable us to live with and learn from our brothers and sisters from around the world, from Central America to our communities in Chicago.
The Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being is Fourth Church’s response to the mental health needs of its congregation and community.
Learn how your time and talents can make a difference in the mission of Fourth Church.
The Sunlight Project of Fourth Church is an education, advocacy, and action group that works to end sexual trafficking of Chicago children.
Youth Ministry at Fourth Church offers several mission and service opportunities for its youth in sixth through twelfth grades.
For more information about mission and service, contact Vicky Curtiss, Associate Pastor for Mission (312.981.3598).