Sometimes storms come, on winds of job loss, accident, illness, financial stress, or a collision of multiple fronts. Willow Creek is here to help.
If you live in Chicagoland, there's a Willow Creek Community Church near you.
South Barrington is Willow Creek's main campus.
You're not alone. We all experience seasons of challenge, difficulty, or sorrow. Whatever your circumstance, Willow offers resources that can help.
Get help with basic needs like food, clothing, job training, transportation through the C.A.R.S. Ministry, ESL, and more.
Engage in relational workshops and resources; speak with a pastor for spiritual questions, next steps, counselor referral, or prayer; plan a funeral; and more.
Attend a weekend service or event, grow through one of our workshops, or join a vibrant community.
Engage life at Willow Creek
Explore services, workshops, and classes that can help you grow with God and others.
Find the program, event, or resource that interests you.
Make a difference with your time by volunteering in a role that fits your God-given gifts, interests, and talents.
Willow's Compassion & Justice ministries fight local and global poverty and injustice.
We have the privilege of partnering with God's work in the world by using our gifts and resources through the local church.
Whether you're new to Willow and want to explore or you've been around a while and want to go a little deeper, you've picked a good place to start.
Experience Willow Creek firsthand at one of our many regional churches in the Chicago area—or online at willowcreek.tv.
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