Church Life

Jazz Prayer

Love Your Neighbor: We are all born to love. The urge to connect and bond with other people is present at the moment of birth. From then we learn to use things. Read more »

Daytimers

Within an hour of Oak Park there are LOTS of places to explore. Daytimers is open to anyone who has free time in the day and can join us for each event. The group takes trips to local sights followed by a meal. Contact the office to make your RSVP. Check out these upcoming dates:

March 11, 2020 - Garfield Park Conservatory

 

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Flock O'Readers

Come join us!  We meet on the following Wednesdays at 2:30pm to discuss new books, favorite reads and favorite authors. If you like to read and share with others about what you have read, this group is for you. Call the office to learn the current location of the group.

  • February 26 - a non-fiction book of your choice
  • March 25 - a book about foreign travel - fiction or non-fiction
  • April 22 - The Yellow House by Sarah M. Broom

 

 

Meal Shepherds

Imagine that you are recovering from surgery or dealing with a sick loved one. Now imagine that a friend shows up with a basket filled with a warm dinner for your family. That is what the Meal Shepherds do. From time to time there are several families that need meals, but each Meal Shepherd is responsible for one or a few meals. Call the church office if you would like to be on the list of people who make meals. Also, please let the church office know if you would like a meal after recovering from surgery or have a sick loved one. We also provide meals for new parents those first days you are home from the hospital.

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