A Modern-Day, Way-of-the-Cross Walk for Social Justice Friday, April 18th, beginning at the corner of Michigan & Congress in downtown Chicago, starting at noon On Good Friday (April 18th), our synod’s Working Group on the Middle East will join other social justice organizations in a Walk for Justice sponsored by 8th Day Center for Justice.
The social justice committee has spent the last few months discussing some of the challenging issues related to economic justice for our neighbors in Logan Square. We have quickly realized that there are no easy answers. As we thought about the best way to discuss these issues from a biblical and spiritual perspective with the
Come join a celebration of the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his vision for economic equality! Next Sunday, January 19th from 2:30pm to 4:30pm, a large group of South Side and surrounding churches will gather at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church (8235 S. South Shore Dr.). Event and registration
by Rachel Bickel On Tuesday, December 10 LSNA and partner organizations will be hosting a Public Accountability Assembly on the Lathrop Homes master plan at Armitage Baptist Church (2451 N. Kedzie Blvd). Several local officials will be on hand to answer questions directly related to their position on the future of Lathrop Homes. The event
by Rev. Erik Christensen Last night, following an amazing Community Dinner at which I literally heard Christa Creps say, “before we welcome Young Killer onto the stage to rap for us, I want to remind everyone that there’s a rummage sale coming up next weekend,” a small group of four — members of St. Luke’s
By Elizabeth Bowen Is drug addiction primarily a public health concern or a criminal justice issue? This question is at the heart of the documentary “The House I Live In.” In partnership with Kimball Avenue Church, St. Luke’s will host a screening and discussion of this important and thought-provoking film on Sunday, July 28 at
by Joe Scarry. Thanks to everyone who participated in a very successful Ministry Fair on Sunday, October 28, after worship! For those who were not present, or who need a reminder about some of the opportunities discussed, below are ways you can get involved. See ministry leaders for full details! Social Justice: Join us for