Worship This Week

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Sunday, May 26

10:00 a.m. | Worship with Organ and Choir
Tom Are Jr., Interim Pastor, preaching
In person and livestreamed

Printable (PDF) version of the May 26 10:00 a.m. bulletin

Mobile-device version of May 26 bulletin

2:00: The Gathering: Communion at 2:00 p.m.
Rocky Supinger, Associate Pastor, preaching
In person and livestreamed

View the May 26 2:00 p.m. bulletin


Entering the building

Doors open a half hour before each service.

Access is by the Michigan Avenue doors, the 126 E. Chestnut entrance, and the 115 E. Delaware entrance to the Gratz Center. Each of those entrances has a ramp for accessible access.


Discounted Parking
Discounted parking is available at 900 N. Michigan (access from Rush or Walton) on Sundays at the rate of $9 for 6 hours between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. (and $18 for up to 12 hours). Discounted parking is available on Sundays in 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. Note that if you exceed these hours by even one minute the parking fees will be substantially higher.


Nursery care
and child care is available on Sunday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. in Room 4A of the Gratz Center.

Children are always welcome in worship, and bulletins designed for children are available from the ushers.

If you need to step out to comfort your child, you may return at any point. The Hospitality Suite, located on the second floor of the Gratz Center, is also available as a quiet space for families.
More on the Nursery


Recording waiver
Those attending a Fourth Church worship service in person are entering an area where photography, video, and audio recording may occur on behalf of Fourth Church. More...

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Livestreamed Worship

We livestream our Sunday 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. (Central) services. If the worship time does not fit your schedule, the services are available for viewing anytime after they begin on our YouTube channel.

If you join a livestream during the service and want to view it from the beginning, drag the video's bottom slider all the way to the left, as shown here.

You can invite friends and family to join in our online worship experience by directing them to our website or by sharing the link to our YouTube channel (www.bit.ly/fpcvideos).

Telephone broadcast

For those who do not have Internet access, we are also making our 10:00 a.m. 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.

Viewing past services

You may also view past sermons, worship services, and worship bulletins via our sermons and services archive.

Podcasts

We also invite you to check out our worship and sermon podcast (also available on multiple popular podcast platforms) and to sign up to receive the weekly sermon by email.

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Wednesday Prayer

Morning Prayer
Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. via Zoom
Contact Nancy Benson-Nicol for details about joining us via Zoom.

In-Person Morning Prayer
First Wednesday of the month
10:00 a.m. in Buchanan Chapel

Enter at 126 E. Chestnut
Contact Nancy Benson-Nicol for details.

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“Rhythm and Word”

This midweek offering on YouTube weaves together scripture, prayer, and American vernacular music, specifically jazz and its related genres blues, soul, and Gospel.

More about “Rhythm and Word”

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For more information about worship at Fourth Presbyterian Church, email Rocky Supinger

FIND US

126 E. Chestnut Street
(at Michigan Avenue)
Chicago, Illinois 60611.2014
(Across from the Hancock)

For events in the Sanctuary,
enter from Michigan Avenue

Getting to Fourth Church

Receptionist: 312.787.4570

Directory: 312.787.2729

 

 

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