Step Forward in Peace
What single step can you take?
Learn more about one of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s most popular quotes.
2020 took the wind out of a lot of us, but as we launch a New Year, let’s consider getting off the bench and getting back in the game of our lives! Throughout this five-week series, we’ll take a look at key areas we tend to get stuck—and how the Gospel allows us to experience life-changing transformation. Game On! Are you ready?
As a church, we have an opportunity to not only help give hope, but to share in that hope as well. As part of our 2020 Year-End Fund, we are partnering with organizations all across our communities to make a greater impact in the areas of affordable and safe housing, job training, as well as moving people experiencing homelessness towards sustainability.
Willow was birthed with a dream to be a different kind of church—one that even the greatest cynics would seek. From drums to dramas, we pushed limits on what people knew church to be. Now imagine. Imagine what would happen if we were irrationally generous, unapologetically missional, and inexplicably innovative. This is what we can be. This is next.
This summer, the HighRoad Riders ministry took a ride up to Wisconsin, where too much ice cream ended up making a lasting connection.
He was not just living out a prison sentence; he was preparing for what God would ultimately do through his life.
We're building six core teams to provide direction and support to all seven Willow Creek locations—and we need team leaders. Check out our open positions to see if one is right for you!
We have anxiously awaited the day when we could fling wide our doors, but as we have studied the situation and prayerfully sought wisdom, we have made the difficult decision to postpone any large, indoor in-person gatherings at our facilities until 2021. Learn more here.
Your leadership matters...and it matters now more than ever. How are you using it?
While we cannot gather as a large group on campus, we can meet in smaller groups online and in homes, apartments, and even parking lots. We can experience church in a new way—perhaps one that will spread God’s word more powerfully than we could imagine.
Shawn Williams has joined the Willow staff as the new South Barrington Campus Pastor.
While we can't meet in person, that doesn't mean we are taking a break from church! We offer live-streamed services from all our locations each weekend—and have resources for kids and students as well!
This year, we’re invited to reflect on everything about our dad that is beautiful, true, and good.
Should you invest, or wait? Gain some practical advice for navigating a bear market.
We’re thrilled to share that our Elder Board has selected Dave Dummitt as our new Senior Pastor! We can't wait to welcome him into the Willow family.
As we near the end of Black History Month, we’re excited to introduce you to some members of our church family and learn how they celebrate in their own words.
February is Black History Month! Learn how people in our church family celebrate.
After spending a couple months in Colombia, here are three things I learned that will bless your life.
What do you do when you find yourself faced with your own failure? Do you run? Hide? Cover it up?
How a local church network is bringing life-saving resources to an area desperate for them
Download the new Willow Creek App today—and watch messages live and on-demand, discover the right next steps for you, and dive into a library of content to help you grow. Available in the Apple Store and on GooglePlay.