At Willow Creek, our mission is to turn irreligious people into fully devoted followers of Christ. Becoming a full devoted follower doesn't happen in a moment. It happens over years of faithful study with other followers.
Willow's Discipleship Toolbox provides a series of next steps for individuals looking to grow in their faith.
At Willow Creek, we are committed to coming alongside anyone who wants to move forward in their relationship with God—and finding a local church you can call 'home' is a significant part of that journey. If you're interested in getting connected at Willow or getting involved in the life of this church, Getting Started is your first step. Learn about Willow's ministries, its history, beliefs, and values, and how to get involved. Children are welcomed to attend with their parents.
Exploring membership? Learn the next steps to becoming a member of Willow Creek, available through this class to anyone interested.
Your Next, Best Step
Willow has groups, classes, and workshops designed to meet the different ways that people learn and grow in their faith. Check out the offerings below and pick the option that is your next, best step.
Finding community at Willow is as easy as joining a Section Community. These groups of people connect with each other weekly by sitting in the same section of the Main Auditorium during a weekend worship service. Learn more >>
Every Wednesday night the Willow community gathers at 7 p.m. in the Lakeside Auditorium for a church-wide worship gathering. After worship, Willow's midweek teaching team dives deep into Scripture. Learn more >>
Also on Wednesday nights and following worship, Willow offers classes and workshops that will help you grow in your relationship with God, yourself, and others. Learn more >>
Learn the unforced rhythms of grace at this special class held on Sundays at 6 p.m. in the Chapel.
Marriage and Parenting Classes
Marriages and children don't come with instruction manuals, but the Bible has a lot to say about those very important relationships. These classes cover a variety of topics to serve people across all ranges of life. Current offerings are available to the right.
Financial Peace University
Financial Peace University provides biblically based, common-sense education and empowerment that gives hope to everyone—from the financially secure to the financially distressed. Current offerings are available to the right. Learn more >>
Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that gives you the opportunity to discuss the Christian faith in an informal, fun, and friendly environment. Current offerings are available to the right. Learn more >>
Willow’s recovery program provides support and encouragement for those struggling with—or relationally affected by—hurts, habits, and addictions. RECOVER meets on Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. in Room Blue Sky 2.Learn more >>
RELATE: Building Better Relationships
Gain insight about yourself and others—and practical tools to strengthen your relationships—in this four-week workshop with Scott Vaudrey, Willow’s Pastoral Response director.
Discover Your Spiritual Gifts
Discover your volunteering "sweet spot" in this class by identifying your calling as part of the local church. Current offerings are available on the right.
Women's Daytime Classes
Women’s Daytime Classes offer large-group teaching and small-group discussion on a range of Bible, parenting, and topical issues for women of all ages and stages of spiritual growth. Classes are held on various weekdays from 9:30–11:30 a.m. View offerings and learn more >>
Essential Reading List
Grow in your faith independently or with a small group by reading a book from the Essential Reading List. View list >>