Please check out below for information on various opportunities to engage in the community. For current events and meeting details, visit the Announcements Page.
SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY
On Sundays, we hold a Bible study at 8:30AM. No experience or preparation is required. Just grab a cup of coffee and join in the conversation.
SUNDAY MORNING CONVERSATIONS
Join us on Sundays starting September 18 at 9AM service for a series of conversations around various topics relating to faith, scripture, and the Christian life! Topics and presenters vary throughout the program year – visit our Announcements page for more information on current offerings.
WEEKLY BIBLE STUDY SMALL GROUPS
There are opportunities during the week to join a Bible study group. All are welcome to join and no prior experience or pre-reading necessary. We currently have small groups meeting on Wednesdays at 6:30PM, Thursdays at 10AM and Fridays at 10AM.
ST. C’S YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
Our “St. C’s Young Professionals” fellowship group is a place to meet new friends, gather for good conversation, eat together, explore all that Chicago has to offer and discuss the mysteries of faith. The group has informal gatherings to get to know one another and grow in fellowship through social events.
The Anti-Racism Action Group, which the Rector appointed a year ago, has recently completed its journey through the Sacred Ground series, creating a common bond among themselves and a common commitment to supporting members of the parish in pursuing the work of Becoming Beloved Community. The group is composed of members of the clergy (Will and Larry), members of the vestry (Priscilla Whittier, Kim Vender Moffat and Robert Rodman), representatives of the Day School (Cory Daverman, Alee Kolbus and Megan Gagliardo) and other members of the Parish (Kimberly Hudson, David and Diane Hartt, Caroline Cracraft, and John McLees).
Members of the group are available to discuss their experience with others in the parish who are interested in joining this national church ministry in a variety of ways, such as utilizing this Sacred Ground program and other informative resources, and sharing ideas of ways for us to focus on the impact of racism on our lives and on addressing the deprivation and trauma faced by those who are affected by racism in our history and in our institutions.
ST. CHRYSOSTOM’S MONTHLY BOOK CLUB
ALL ARE WELCOME to St. Chrysostom’s Book Club! Our gatherings have been held via Zoom. Meetings are generally the second Wednesday of the month at 1:30PM. Any changes needed in selection, presenter, date, etc. will be announced. Stay tuned for the 22-23 Program Year schedule. For more information, contact Anne Brinsmade.