helping people find their way back to God
When are the services?
Our services are Sundays at 9:30 and 11am.
Where are you located?
We are located in Lincoln Square (Gateway to Learning, 4925 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625) on the east side of Lincoln Avenue, one block north of the McDonald’s.
Where do I park?
We have a parking lot next to the building where our main entrance is located. There is also free street parking on Sunday mornings.
What do you offer for kids?
Infants through 5th grade
Kids’ City, the children’s ministry here at COMMUNITY, is committed to helping families find their way back to God. We provide fun, age-appropriate, Bible-based activities and teaching for kids every weekend for infants through 5th grade. Every month, we cover one core virtue that shows God’s character in creative and engaging ways. It is reinforced with key Bible stories, a monthly memory verse and additional resources to use at home.
We want kids to know God’s big story and help them discover the active part they can play in this life-long adventure, to be more like Him. For Kids’ City parent resources, click here. For more information, contact Amanda Nelson, Kids’ City Director. Kids’ City meets during our normal service times: 9:30 and 11am.
What are your local/global ministries?
Community 4:12 – people unite to restore communities by mobilizing Christ-followers to be agents of compassion, justice, and love. Through this organization, we are able to provide resources for students and families.
GiftMart – partners with businesses and faith-based organizations to collect more than 100,000 new toys. Parents from Giftmart’s partner schools in East Aurora and Joliet are able to choose gifts for their children at a discounted price of $2 per toy.
We also have these 4 Strategic Local Partnerships:
Gateway to Learning (an educational facility for adults with intellectual disabilities) where we meet for church on Sundays
Lincoln Square Friendship Center (a local food pantry)
Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce (helping create and staff local neighborhood events)
Kids’ Hope (a child mentoring program at Palmer Elementary School)