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The Response Team serves to provide compassionate presence and co-discernment towards tangible next steps.
To learn more and schedule a meeting with a member of the Response Team Leader, simply send an email to Rob Campbell, Lead Pastor, at [email protected].
You are welcome to join this richly intentional, Christ-centered community of individuals experiencing homelessness and life transition. Weekly Sunday morning breakfast and Bible study discussion encourages relational connection and spiritual growth.
Gatherings are Sundays, 8:00 a.m. at 1319 S. State Street.
Contact Michael Goggins at [email protected] to learn more.
The death of a loved one ushers in a cascading well of complex emotions. Willow Creek's funeral team offers officiants (pastors) that can help you plan your loved one's memorial or funeral.
The prayer team serves through compassionate presence and is available before and after each service. You can also submit prayer requests through the Willow Creek App or directly to Pastor Alaina Garcia at [email protected].
We all face struggles that hold us back. Overcomers offers a safe, authentic environment where you can heal and grow, redeem your past, and reclaim your future. This Christ-centered 12-week program will welp you tackle any hurt, habit or hangup in your life.
Gender-specific small groups are designed to help you take tangible steps towards greater awareness, relational health and sobriety in the context of community.
Go to willowchicago.org/events to check when the next session of Overcomers is starting.
Willow Chicago is dedicated to reflecting God's grace and truth by encouraging Christ-centered relationships and marriages, and by embracing those who are relationally broken.
Contact Lead Pastor Rob Campbell at [email protected] to learn more.
Cancer support, which runs through the South Barrington location, can help you cope with the emotional, spiritual, relational, and physical challenges that accompany cancer.