Let’s gather round and experience the hope, joy, and love of the season. We have ways to get involved and serve the church and community, events for kids and families, and services to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
7 p.m., Thursday, December 22
5 & 7 p.m., Friday, December 23
2 & 4 p.m., Saturday, December 24
Willow Kids program available for birth–preschool.
Whether you like to meet-and-greet, play with kids, or be behind a camera, you can help make Christmas a great experience for our guests.
Volunteer to help set up Christmas, either from home or at our our campus in the coming weeks. View all opportunities here.
Every year we mobilize our church to pack Christmas gifts for every incarcerated person in the state of Illinois and beyond. The gifts are full of hope and encouragement with items like a devotional book, snacks, and activities. Take time this December to assemble Hope Packs, learn about the systemic injustices that people face in our country, and provide much-needed encouragement to those who are often overlooked.
Save the date: December 3 & 4
Willow Kids is hosting a special Christmas celebration big enough for the whole family! Join us for Jingle Jam, a program with games, music, fun surprises, and even a mystery to solve. This event is completely FREE! No registration is required, just show up with family and friends for an awesome Christmas experience!
Date and time coming soon!
Jesus established the church to be a force for transformative good in the world—a group of people committed to meeting needs, showing compassion, and sharing a message of hope. We believe our purpose as a church is to do just that.
During Christmas services, Willow Kids provides a fun, engaging environment for children birth–preschool. Kids in kindergarten and older are invited to join their families in the Main Auditorium for an age-appropriate Christmas service!