Communion | Matt Helms preaching
Shannon J. Kershner preaching
New Members | Shannon J. Kershner preaching
Jazz Service | Communion | Shannon J. Kershner preaching
On Sunday, July 14 we received an offering for Presbyterian Disaster Assistance to support organizations that help immigrant families at the border. These organizations assist with shelter when immigrant families are released, help with transportation, and provide medical attention.
You can still make a gift to this offering online or by writing PDA on the memo line of a check made payable to Fourth Presbyterian Church.
The Nominating Committee is looking for recommendations of Fourth Church members they should consider to serve as Elder, Deacon, Trustee, or a member of the Chicago Lights Board beginning in spring 2020. In particular, the committee is searching for individuals who have demonstrated gifts for leadership and a commitment to the life and ministry of this congregation.
Please take a moment to complete the recommendation form online, or pick up a copy from the pew racks or literature racks and return it to the church office.
Recognizing that many of us come to a point in our lives when we are struggling to sort things out, Fourth Church Stephen Ministers are available to be God’s listening presence.
Through ongoing, confidential one-to-one relationships for as much as one hour per week, Stephen Ministers provide love and care to those who are experiencing challenging times.
If you or someone you know would benefit from a relationship with a Stephen Minister or you would like to learn more about Stephen Ministry at Fourth Church, please visit our Stephen Ministry page.
From the mechanics of the blower in the basement to the pipes high above our Sanctuary floor, the new behind-the-scenes video tour of our Andrew Pipe Organ offers a fascinating look at how this impressive instrument makes its beautiful music.
The website banner photo shows a bird on the fountain in the Michigan Avenue courtyard. The fountain was a gift from architect Howard Van Doren Shaw in 1914, the year the Sanctuary and Parish House buildings were dedicated.
Annual Appeal 2019