Come for worship designed for pet owners, and bring your "Best Friend" with you. Second Sunday of the Month
All Pets are WELCOME
Worship Service with a Sermon specifically geared to the youth. Children will be invited to the Altar to assist with Communion.
After the Service, we gather in the Undercroft for fellowship and a Pot Luck Lunch with Sunday School and Adult Education
All are welcome to join us!
3rd Sunday of the Month Donations will be collected to feed the hungry. The Food Pantry can buy 1 lb. of food
for every 12 cents collected.
Our goal is to collect funds to purchase
one ton of food each quarter! (Checks may also be sent to the Church Office to be included in our monthly donation to the Food Pantry)
Add the following dates to
to your Calendar!
We need to know if you are ill or in the hospital
so that we can visit you and also put your name on the prayer list.
Church Office: 630-351-3249
Lt. Col. Matt Boulos,
Capt. Anthony Liggayu, Lt. Edlyn Liggayu, Maj. Aaron Scully,
. . .and our military friends: Major Dave Benjamin, Capt. Sean Benjamin, Capt. Tom Burnham, CW3 Steven Chauncey, Capt. Shaun Collins, Major Brad Crosson, Sgt. Ryan Krochmolny, Capt. Matt Ewing, Maj. Comador Ferguson, Capt. Doniel Flores and Family, Capt. Lisa Klekowski, Lance Corporal Christopher Miller, Seaman Robert Rademacher, and for all those serving overseas.
May God bestow grace and care upon all of
our men and women of our Armed Forces, at home and abroad.
Give them strength of character and the
courage to face the perils that may beset them as they do their duty.
May they serve a sense of your abiding presence to keep them safe from harm.
Sunday, May 13th -MOTHER”S DAY Worship 10 AM, Fellowship to follow
PET SERVICE 11 AM
Saturday, May 12th
We will be sprucing up the church grounds. Bring tools for weeding, pruning, and other outdoor cleanup activities. Dress for the weather.
On April 28th, Pat Croppers’s contributions and leadership to our parish were acknowledged by the Episcopal Church Women's (ECW) at their annual convention.
Pat was one of 14 women from across the Diocese who were recognized by their parishes.
Congratulations Pat and her biggest cheerleader Walt on a job well done.