Worship This Week

Sunday | Wednesday: Morning Prayer and Rhythm and Word


Thanksgiving Day, November 25

   Rhythm and Word:
   Thanksgiving Music and Prayer
   Watch here

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First Sunday of Advent, November 28

If you plan to join us for in-person worship, please note that the wearing of masks is required for everyone on the Fourth Church campus, regardless of vaccination status.

The congregation is also invited to sing while wearing masks.

   10:00 a.m. | In-Person and Online
   Matt Helms, Associate Pastor, preaching
   Organ prelude begins at approximately 9:45 a.m.
   Worship bulletin

   4:00 p.m. | Jazz at Four with Communion | In-Person
   Matt Helms, Associate Pastor, preaching
   Worship bulletin


Prayer with Deacons

Immediately following the 10:00 a.m. service, Deacons are available in Stone Chapel to pray with individuals who would like to offer prayers of praise or concern.

Online Worship

We livestream our Sunday morning service at 10:00 a.m. You can invite friends and family to join in our online worship experience by directing them to our website or by sharing the link www.bit.ly/FPCworship.

We also share Sunday services via Facebook Live and—for those who use smart TVs or TV streaming devices—via our YouTube channel (www.bit.ly/fpcvideos) at 10:00 a.m. (Central).

For those who do not have Internet access, we are also making our worship service available to listen to via the phone. If you know of someone for whom this audio opportunity would be welcome, please encourage them to call 888.916.9166 (toll-free) at the time of the service.

If the worship time does not fit your schedule, the service is available for viewing after the service concludes and throughout the week at www.bit.ly/FPCworship. You can find the worship bulletin posted online as well.

We also invite you to subscribe to our worship and sermon podcast on iTunes or Spotify and sign up to receive the weekly sermon by email.

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In-Person Worship

Masks must be worn by everyone—and fully cover nose and mouth—the entire time one is on campus, regardless of vaccination status.

The congregation is invited to sing while fully masked. For those for whom being near masked singers is considered a risk, we invite you to choose seating in our social distancing section or join the many who each week worship with us online.

We are not checking vaccination status, but anyone coming on site certifies by doing so that (a) they do not currently have COVID-19; (b) they are not experiencing COVID symptoms; (c) they have no reason to quarantine; and (d) they will practice social distancing if they are not vaccinated against COVID-19.

The front section of the Sanctuary is for those required to or choosing to practice social distancing, with seating by households. The remainder of the Sanctuary is open seating, with masks required wherever one sits.

Doors open a half hour before each service. Access is by the Michigan Avenue doors and Delaware doors to the Gratz Center for the morning service and by the Delaware doors only for the Jazz at Four service.

Discounted parking on Sundays is available at 900 N. Michigan (access from Rush or Walton) at the rate of $9 between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and at the Hancock garage (875 N. Michigan, enter from Delaware or Chestnut) at the rate of $10 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Validation tickets for the garages must be picked up from an usher.

Nursery care and child care is not available.

Read more about the updated guidelines in place for in-person worship...

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Wednesday, December 1

   Labyrinth open to walk
   9:00–9:45 a.m. in Buchanan Chapel
   
Masks required; enter at 126 E. Chestnut

   Morning Prayer
   9:30 a.m. via Zoom
   Contact Rocky Supinger for details about joining us via Zoom.

   In-Person Advent Morning Prayer
   10:0 a.m. in Buchanan Chapel
   
Masks required; enter at 126 E. Chestnut

   Contact Rocky Supinger for details.

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For more information about worship at Fourth Presbyterian Church,
email worship@fourthchurch.org