In Luke 10 - the Parable of the Good Samaritan - at the conclusion of His teaching, Jesus asks, “Which of these three do you think was a neighbor to the man who fell into the hands of robbers?”
“The one who had mercy on him," was the reply, to which Jesus said, “Go and do likewise.”
"How do we show mercy to those around us and thereby neighbor well?" is the question we're asking God to answer as we host a series of training events, lecture series, conversations and Sunday sermons. These events are scheduled throughout the year, and we invite you to prioritize them and to participate.
Thursday April 11 | 6:30pm | 4224 W Belmont
We kickstart our "Neighboring Well" series (and subsequent conversations) with a lecture entitled "Race, Injustice and Kingdom Reconciliation," in which Steve Sudworth will share his story of the things he's learned about race and injustice over the past few years. (Parking is available, but please eat beforehand and arrange your own childcare).
Thursday June 20 & Friday June 21
6-9pm | 4224 W Belmont
FREE | Childcare offered for $10
As we seek to bring about impact of the Gospel and social change in our city, our very own Dr Sunitha Chandy will be leading a two-night workshop helping us to navigate the cultural divide— in order to authentically know ourselves and to grow to know others.
Registration closes June 16.
Friday September 20 - Sunday September 22
Open to all, our Leadership Summit is aimed at equipping us for the "boots on the ground" call to advance the Kingdom of God in every sphere entrusted to us. This year our theme will be "Building a Better Chicago" (more details and registration information to follow).