Local Compassion & Justice Opportunities at Willow Chicago
“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” Galatains 6:2
Willow Chicago serves its neighbors by hosting or participating in a variety of anti-poverty ministries in the South Loop.
Join Willow Chicago as we live out our fourth Audacious Prayer: that the neighborhood of Bronzeville would experience economic growth, an improvement in eduction, and a reduction in violent crime. Bronzeville is our closest neighbor to the south and a hub of African American art and culture in Chicago.
If you have a passion for learning about Bronzeville and becoming involved, email Michael Goggins, Compassion & Justice Director at [email protected].
DRAKE ELEMENTARY MENTORING
John B. Drake Elementary School is a partner organization of Willow Chicago. Our church has a passion for seeing an improvement in education in Bronzeville, and Drake has identified a tangible way for us to support.
Currently, only 30% of the students at Drake are performing at grade level. That percentage is even lower when you look at the fourth and fifth grade students. Drake has asked Willow Chicago to mentor a select number of fourth and fifth graders for the
We need 15 or more dedicated mentors to assist students with their math and reading skills every Tuesday from 4-5:30 p.m onsite at Drake Elementary, starting Tuesday, October 1.
A solid education is the key to unlocking doors to future opportunities. Don't miss this chance to participate!
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. Sign up to serve with 5Loaves at willowchicago.org/5loaves.
Break Free Anti-Human Trafficking Group
The Anti-Human Trafficking Cause Group provides opportunities each month for you to learn more about human trafficking in Chicago and around the world. Awareness is the first step in the battle against traffickers. Learn more about the depths of Human Trafficking, and how you can help those affected in Chicago and beyond. This group provides an opportunity to discover like-minded people who are passionate about stepping up and making a difference in Chicago.
When: Once a month, Wednesdays or Thursdays 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Where: Drinker Biddle & Reath (191 N Wacker Drive, Suite 3700) Contact: Quin Frazer