Events

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We live in a complex world, full of both huge issues that need to be solved as well as incredible moments of beauty, goodness and transcendence to experience.  We believe in diving into all of it. So along with Sunday worship we also regularly host everything from concerts and art shows to lectures by a wide-range of smart and thoughtful guests. Here are a few things going on right now.

Luncheon and Program

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

Julie Eldring and several of her fellow travelers will share their life changing experience visiting The Holy Land earlier this year. If you’ve been, are interested in visiting some day or just want to hear more, please join us for a brief presentation followed by lunch. Paula Dussseljee, pastoral Associate of First Evangelical Lutheran church of Muskegon, was on the trip and will be traveling back in February of 2023.  They welcome others to join….

Spiritual Enrichment

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

My Spiritual Journey: Member Shelley Longmuir will share with us in another installment of  testimony to one’s faith.  Spiritual Enrichment is WCC’s ministry of faith exploration and formation, uniting head and heart in pursuit of an honest and vibrant Christian faith that is open, relevant, faithful, and transformative.  Meeting weekly from September through May both in-person in the Centennial Room and virtually on Zoom; you choose whether to meet in-person or virtually. Questions? Contact Pastor…

Sunday Worship

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

We are an Open House – open to all! We will share Communion together, as we do on the first Sunday of each month. Today we join with our friends and neighbors around the world celebrating World Communion Sunday and we will also welcome a group of new members! When we come together to worship at Winnetka Congregational Church, whether we’re all physically present at our church on Pine Street or on various screens from…

Youth Service Project

Good News Partners 7630 N. Paulina St., Evanston, IL

Our youth and their adult leaders will be heading to Good News Partners to do some good work at one of their residential buildings. The area in front of the residential building has become overgrown with vegetation and we want to give the residents something beautiful to look at as they come home. So, come out with us! Questions? Contact Pastor Tyler Yost.

Spiritual Enrichment

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

On this Indigenous People’s weekend:  African Indigenous Churches (AICs), part 1. Religions, including Christianity, must relate to local cultures to take root in them. Christianity has a rich history of adapting to local cultures, thereby taking an infinite variety of forms. Most North American Christians are familiar with African churches established by Protestant and Catholic missionaries from Europe, North America, and elsewhere. AICs, also known as African Independent Churches and African-Initiated Churches, are Christian churches…

Sunday Worship

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

We are an Open House – open to all! Today is Bible Sunday, when we present kindergartners and third graders with age-appropriate Bibles. When we come together to worship at Winnetka Congregational Church, whether we’re all physically present at our church on Pine Street or on various screens from wherever we find ourselves, we do so to connect more deeply with each other, with God, and to what God is doing in our lives and…

Fall Rummage Sale

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

Our Fall Rummage Sale will be held in two locations: In the church building at 725 Pine St. and in Harkness Outreach Center at 620 Lincoln Ave., across the street from the church. for more information Click here  

Spiritual Enrichment

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

African Indigenous Churches (AICs), part 2. Religions, including Christianity, must relate to local cultures to take root in them. Christianity has a rich history of adapting to local cultures, thereby taking an infinite variety of forms. Most North American Christians are familiar with African churches established by Protestant and Catholic missionaries from Europe, North America, and elsewhere. AICs, also known as African Independent Churches and African-Initiated Churches, are Christian churches started by local “prophets” throughout…

Sunday Worship

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

We are an Open House – open to all! When we come together to worship at Winnetka Congregational Church, whether we’re all physically present at our church on Pine Street or on various screens from wherever we find ourselves, we do so to connect more deeply with each other, with God, and to what God is doing in our lives and in our world. If you’d prefer to join us remotely, our worship service is…

Women’s Gathering

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

We will meet on the back patio, or in Tolman Hall in case of inclement weather.  Please bring a beverage, appetizer or dessert to share. All who identify as female are welcome!

Spiritual Enrichment

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

“Spiritual Audacity: The Abraham Joshua Heschel Story,” a film by Martin Doblmeier, part 1. Polish-born American Rabbi, Abraham Joshua Heschel (1907-1972) was a towering theologian, philosopher, and civil rights and antiwar leader of the last century. Scholar of Jewish prophets and mysticism, Heschel was a friend of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Reinhold Niebuhr. Today we will view the first half of the film, created by the maker of documentaries about significant religious figures such…

Sunday Worship

Winnetka Congregational Church 725 Pine St., Winnetka, IL

We are an Open House – open to all! When we come together to worship at Winnetka Congregational Church, whether we’re all physically present at our church on Pine Street or on various screens from wherever we find ourselves, we do so to connect more deeply with each other, with God, and to what God is doing in our lives and in our world. If you’d prefer to join us remotely, our worship service is…