Sunday, November 19
Victoria G. Curtiss preaching | Communion
Shannon J. Kershner preaching
Shannon J. Kershner preaching | New Members
Alex Wirth preaching | Jazz Communion
Thanksgiving Worship: Raising Voices in Grateful Praise
Community Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
Tuesday, November 21
7:00 p.m. at Chicago Sinai Congregation (15 W. Delaware at State St.)
Nanette Sawyer preaching
Thanksgiving Day Worship
Thursday, November 23
11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary
Vicky Curtiss and Kent Organ preaching
Thanksgiving Day Dinner
12:15 p.m. in Anderson Hall
Prepaid tickets are required: Purchase online through Monday, November 20 or, after Monday, at the reception desk.
Thanksgiving Day parking for the worship service and dinner is available at a discounted rate at the 900 parking garage. Please note, however, that the discounted rate will not be the Sunday morning rate but will be the $17 holiday rate set by the garage. The $17 vouchers can be purchased with cash or check at the church reception desk on Thanksgiving morning. There will then be no additional fee when validating your ticket at the garage upon exit.
Five years ago, on Sunday, November 18, 2012, we dedicated the Gratz Center and Buchanan Chapel. We remain profoundly grateful to all whose generous gifts made the building possible and to all whose offerings of time, talent, and treasure fill the space today with vibrant expressions of a church alive in mission and ministry, embodying our call to love and serve.
Shop for a Difference at Our Fair Trade Bazaar!
Shop handcrafted gifts from around the world at our annual Fair Trade Bazaar—and help global artisans earn a living wage that will enable them to provide food, shelter, and education for their families.
The Fair Trade Bazaar will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 2 and 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 3. Be sure to take some time to stop by both Anderson Hall and Borwell Dining Room to shop for a difference!
The website banner photo: Each November we put out our electric sheep to safely graze outside the cloister and light them for the first time of the season during the Magnificent Mile Lights Festival parade.
Annual Appeal 2018