Weekends at Willow

Welcome to Willow! We’re so excited to gather on Sundays—in person and online—for services, kids, and student programs. As always, you can check out a service on Willow Online, or plan a Sunday visit at one of our Chicagoland locations.


Current SeriesTL;DR

June 16

The first five books of the Bible are often referred to as “the Law” (or Torah). On the surface, it looks like a bunch of rules. But when you dig in, you discover how radically different the love of God is for His people. Let’s learn how to apply this scripture to our lives while looking to Jesus, the One who fulfilled them all.

June 23

The Old Testament historical accounts follow a very similar pattern: God loves His people, they rebel, He rescues them and offers another chance. Ever happened in your life? Let’s learn about the character and love of God through His faithfulness and see how God uses broken people to be part of His redemptive work.

June 30

Why do bad things happen to good people? The Bible lays out fantastic principles for living, but even following them all doesn’t promise a life free from pain. We’ll explore the story of Job to see how God’s wisdom can provide comfort, knowledge, and a path forward even when life doesn’t go the way you planned.

July 7

The prophets in the Bible did some pretty strange things to grab the attention of God’s people and bring them back to Him. Understanding the prophetic books can be tricky if you don’t know the historical setting, so let’s use them as a framework for cultivating a relationship with Jesus, not simply religious adherence.

July 14

The Gospels and Acts document Jesus’ life and the creation of the early church, showing us how God came to earth so that we could be reconciled to Him and each other. We’ll see how Jesus fulfilled the law and prophecies to make a way for us to know Him.

July 21

Have you ever overheard a conversation only to realize it was about something completely different? Context is key—in life and in reading the New Testament Letters! Let’s dive into some letters to learn how to discern context and apply the principles to our circumstances today.

July 28

Revelation is the end of the story we find ourselves in today, but we must dig into the context and style it was written in. By exploring this often feared (or ignored) book of the Bible, we can learn that it is actually a message of hope and a promise of Jesus’ ultimate victory.

Find a Willow near you!

Crystal Lake

9 & 11 a.m., Sundays


9 & 11 a.m., Sundays

North Shore

9 & 11 a.m., Sundays

South Barrington

9 & 11 a.m., Sundays

South Lake

9 & 11 a.m., Sundays


10 a.m., Sundays

Willow Español

11:15 a.m., Domingos

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