Worship on Sunday,
Rocky Supinger preaching | Communion
9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Shannon J. Kershner preaching | Communion
Shannon J. Kershner preaching | Jazz Communion
If you have not submitted recommendations for fellow members to serve as church officers—Elder, Deacon, Trustee, or a member of the Chicago Lights Board—please take a moment to do so today. The Nominating Committee has asked to receive all nominations—which can be submitted by completing the recommendation form online—no later than this Saturday, September 30.
The 500th Anniversary
of the Reformation
As this autumn we mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, come engage with us in a seven-part sermon series, “Always Reforming,” that invites us to explore together what it means to be part of the Reformed tradition—and to be committed to be “always reforming.” Along the way we’ll use a variety of statements of faith from our Book of Confessions and, in our sermons, look at various topics within our tradition.
These topics include Sept 24: “Sovereignty of God” | Oct 1: “Priests without Robes (or Tabs)” | Oct 8: “Depraved and Confused” | Oct 15: “Total Grace” | Oct 22: “Gratitude and Responsibility” | Oct 28: “Always Being Reformed” | Nov 5: “Commitment to the City.”
Our Academy for Faith and Life will also be offering a series of adult education classes on topics related to the Reformation and our Reformed tradition. Come be a partner in “always reforming”!
Calling All Creatures Great and Small . . .
Get your pets ready for an outing to the Michigan Avenue Courtyard this autumn, on Saturday, October 14.
We’ll be gathering that day (weather permitting) at 10:00 a.m. for our Blessing of the Animals service. If you’d rather not bring your pets, please bring photographs of them.
Come celebrate the wonders of God’s creation and our relationships with its creatures, great and small!
The website banner photo: The fountain in the Michigan Avenue courtyard was a gift from architect Howard Van Doren Shaw in 1913 during the construction of the Sanctuary and Parish House buildings, which were dedicated a year later in May 1914.
Annual Appeal 2018