Worship on Sunday, February 25
Rocky Supinger preaching | Communion
9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Rocky Supinger preaching
Abbi Heimach-Snipes preaching | Jazz Service with Communion
From texting and social networking to video games and ready Internet access, our constant use of technology is changing us—affecting our brains, our sense of self, our children, and our relationships with others.
On Saturday, February 24 Doreen Dodgen-Magee will be with us to explore the impact of technology on our lives and to offer guidance on how to break destructive habits and create healthy ways to use these important tools. This event is offered by the Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being.
Learn more about this engaging workshop and register here.
While there are many ways to support the life-changing work of Fourth Church’s nonprofit community outreach organization, Chicago Lights, as well as our Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being, one of the most fun is through the annual Gala of Hope! You can ensure we have a place for you at this year’s 25th anniversary benefit by making your reservations online today.
Then mark your calendar for Friday, March 2, when we’ll gather at5:30 p.m. at the Radisson Blu Aqua for an elegant evening of dinner and dancing—paired with fabulous live and silent auctions—all to support the work of serving those in need in our city.
We still need additional event sponsors; read more about sponsorships here.
During the season of Lent, we are invited to thoughtfully take up the gifts of faith—worship, study, prayer, and service—in preparation for Holy Week and Christ’s journey to the cross.
One way we do that is through our daily Lenten devotions.
Written by Fourth Church members and staff, the devotions are available daily via Facebook and Twitter and by email (sign up by clicking on “Get Email Updates” at the upper right of this page, completing this form, or sending email addresses to firstname.lastname@example.org). The devotions are also posted online and available in print format in the church literature racks.
We hope you will find these devotions useful in your personal prayer and reflection during this Lenten season.
On Sunday, February 11, we gathered for the 148th Annual Meeting of the Congregation of the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago. Thank you to those who joined us to review 2017, look ahead to 2018, and elect new officers.
You will find online both the photographic 2017 Year in Review and the 2017 Impact Report.
The website banner photo depicts the cross in the chancel of Buchanan Chapel.
Annual Appeal 2018