Elder Update: Reconciliation
An Update from the Willow Creek Elder Board
Make a difference that lasts for generations by investing your time in any of our four programs for kids and students: Promiseland, Special Friends, Elevate, and Student Impact. Text “KIDS” to 69922.
No matter how successful we are, we can always learn new tricks for being better stewards of God’s resources. Here are 3 bad habits of otherwise successful people!
More than 200 women gathered in the Activity Center to kick off the first Willow Women’s Summer Book Club. Joining together for a time of worship, a short message from Ashlee Eiland, and plenty of fun, they dove into Fervent by Priscilla Shirer.
Note: Buildings are closed at all Willow Creek campuses through July 5 in honor of the holiday. No Midweek services, workshops, classes, or kids’ programs. Offices open 9 a.m., Monday, July 8. Midweek resumes its regular schedule on July 10.
Each year, Special Friends at Willow Creek performs a musical for the Willow community, putting the kids & students incredible abilities on display. Join us on July 20 and 21 during our normal weekend service times for this year's production, Cinderella! Admission is free!
Two physical ways we follow Christ: Baptism & Communion
This weekend, June 8/9, marked the opening of the “Big Stairs,” a new, giant staircase that leads to the third floor from the Atrium at Willow Creek’s South Barrington campus. And with the opening comes an improved check-in flow for Promiseland students in grades 2–5.
Parents! Elevate’s summer camp for students in grades 6–8 is a fantastic place for your son or daughter to deepen friendships—with their friends and leaders, and with God. Spots still available. Register now! Collide: June 28–30 Registration closes at midnight, June 16.
If you’re ready to make your faith public, attend a short informational meeting to discover if Baptism is your best next step.
Cassidy Vu grew up in an interfaith family, with a Buddhist dad and Catholic mom. But as a young woman and a nurse-in-training, she wrestled to know what faith meant to her.
A Weekly Update from Willow Creek
Alpha's a series of nine interactive evenings designed for anyone who's curious about faith or the big-picture questions of life.
During May, we celebrate Asian-American and Pacific Islander month, and we will have an opportunity to Learn from a few members of our family. I invite you to Listen, Learn, Love, and allow these compelling stories to shape your perspective as our hearts grow togethe
It's a weekend party packed with games, carnival rides, food, and activities for all ages at Willow Creek Community Church. Enjoy carnival rides, jump around in an inflatable, devour delicious bites from some of the area's best food trucks, or relax and take in a movie on our giant screen.
This May and June, we'll dive into One Big Happy, a teaching series that unpacks the challenges facing our families and relationships today.
Celebration of Hope is Willow Creek’s annual global compassion campaign that seeks to bring awareness, engagement, and change through partnerships with churches across the world. Click here to discover ways you can go, grow, and give this Celebration of Hope!
In my recent trip to India I discovered a new generation of leaders challenging the norms and changing the world around them with hope, love and a little support from friends around the world.
Learn how one woman used her past to fuel a passion to rescue women and children—and be inspired by how God can use you!
Discover a recipe for authentic green curry that awakens the senses to the Cambodian lifestyle.