One Church. Multiple Locations.
Driving an hour or more to church can be a challenge. Yet that’s exactly what many Willow Creek attendees did for years—driving from all corners of Chicagoland to go to church at Willow's only campus, located in South Barrington.
To help attendees grow in their faith and reach out to their local communities, Willow launched its first regional campus—in the DuPage area—in 2001. Today, seven Willow Creek campuses bring the hope of Christ throughout Chicagoland, making it possible for people to find a Willow Creek service within 30 minutes of home—and making it easier for them to invite friends and be invested in their neighborhoods. Casa de Luz, Willow's Spanish-language "regional" meets at the South Barrington campus and serves our Spanish-speaking community.
No matter their location or language, each regional campus is both an extension of Willow Creek and a unique church family. On weekends, regional campuses offer the same great teaching (via videocast) that South Barrington enjoys. Services are hosted by the campus pastor and feature live worship music. Each campus offers student ministries for middle and high school students, as well as Promiseland, Willow's children’s ministry for infants through grade 5. Each regional campus is a fully functioning church with its own staff and ministries to meet the needs of their community.
The regional campuses and the South Barrington campus are united by more than just the Willow Creek name. Each shares a single-minded aim: to reach people far from God and help them become fully devoted followers of Christ.
Willow Creek: One Church. Multiple Locations.