About Willow Chicago
We are Willow Chicago, a church committed to loving everyone, always and extending the hope and grace of Jesus to our neighbors near and far. Willow Chicago is a church that strives to reflect the unique collection of people who call it home. We are a church that champions multiculturalism and encourages its community members to embrace each others unique differences.
The Fellowship of the Believers
“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” – Acts 2:42
Willow Chicago follows the church model set forth in Acts 2. As a church we aim to be a community that is increasingly invitational. By providing opportunities to foster fully devoted followers of Christ; we do this through classes and workshops designed to help you discover and use your God given gifts. We aim to Love Everyone, Always by encouraging multicultural community and city engagement We pray, corporally, for the betterment of each other, our city, nation and world.
Willow Chicago's Sunday Service begins at 10 a.m. and takes place inside the historic Auditorium Theatre on the campus of Roosevelt University (50 W. Congress Parkway).
Services begin each Sunday with15 minutes of worship, lead by the Willow Chicago Worship Team. For kids: Infants to grade 5 attend Promiseland during the worship service. Promiseland takes place at the Willow Chicago Ministry Center located directly across the street from the Auditorium Theatre at 418 S. Wabash. Children in grades 6th - 12th are dismissed following the worship set to attend their student ministry small group session.
Willow Chicago offers free parking on Sundays for 3 hours and $13.00 for 8 hours at the Grant Park SOUTH Garage, 325 S. Michigan, between Jackson and Van Buren. Validation tickets can be purchased after the service in the church lobby (cash only). We suggest that you arrive at the garage by 9:30, allowing 30 minutes for parking and to arrive to the service on time.
Nearby CTA Stations
- L lines: Harold Washington Library - State/Van Buren and Adams/Wabash
- Red Line: Jackson and Harrison
Phone (312) 436-9000