Bridgeport: 911 W 32nd Pl, Sundays, 10:30 AM
Edgebrook: 6155 W Touhy Ave, Sundays, 10 AM
Forest Glen: 4920 W Foster Ave, Sundays, 9 & 11 AM
Lincoln Park: 2233 N Clark St, Sundays, 10 AM
Logan Square: 3651 W Shubert Ave, Sundays, 10 AM
Near North: 1001 N Crosby St, Saturdays, 5 PM; Sundays, 9 AM, 11 AM, & 5:30 PM
North Rogers Park: 1631 W Jonquil Ter, Sundays, 11 AM
South Rogers Park: 6631 W Bosworth Ave, Sundays, 10 AM
South Loop: 1550 S State St, Sundays, 9:30 AM
Worship is everything we do unto God.
But there is something special about coming together as God’s people – His Church – to intentionally ask Him to shape our minds and guide our actions. So every weekend we gather. Through our shared story of forgiveness, grace, and love of Jesus, we seek to honor God rightly. We do this by singing songs of praise to God, praying to Him, learning from the Bible, God’s Word to us, partaking in communion, and giving.
Our collective worship is motivated by God Himself, our desire to be transformed, and our calling to see the city renewed and the world impacted by the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Primarily, we worship God because God is worthy of our thanksgiving and honor. Worship is simply the acknowledgment of the reality of who God is. We believe worship changes us; our minds are renewed, our hearts are stirred, and we purpose to live rightly.
When we worship as the gathered church it tells the truth about God to those in our city and world, and reminds us of our unified mission to see Jesus’ kingdom come and His will done.
Look through our different neighborhoods to find gathering locations and times.
Childhood is the ideal time to learn to love Jesus and begin a relationship with Him. We count it a privilege to partner with parents to engrain God’s Word, His character and a love for our city in our young ones. Our volunteers work hard to provide a great environment so that kids experience tons of love and FUN! By caring for and investing spiritually in our young children we are impacting their lives at the highest level. A typical day at The Loop is energetic! Children enjoy music, games, and art that help them to build friendships with each other and with the God who created them. They discover the Bible in ways that are age-appropriate and exciting.
Our Junior High and High School students meet at varying times across the city for the purpose of connecting with God, building community with each other, and discovering His purpose for our lives.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for times and locations!