Upcoming Events

Book Discussion - There Are No Children Here

Wednesday, October 25, 6:45-8:15 pm

2nd floor fellowship hall

We're exploring what it's like to grow up on the West side of Chicago at the Henry Horner Housing Project through the eyes of two brothers.  The book There Are No Children Here by Alex Kotlowitz is available in print and audio book as well as a movie starring Oprah Winfrey. You can see a preview by watching the movie trailer

Evanston Reformation 500 & Beyond Events: For details click here.

Joint Immanuel Lutheran/St. Paul's Reformation Day Service and Potluck  

Sunday, October 29, 10:30 am, potluck to follow

616 Lake Street, Evanston, IL


Evanston Lutheran/Catholic Ecumenical Covenant Ceremony

Sunday, October 29, 3:00-5:00 pm

The Chapel at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

Evanston Catholic and Lutheran churches celebrate the founding of our ecumenical Covenant. The Covenant affirms our shared beliefs, acknowledges our differences, and details our resolutions for how we will come together in our common ministry and missions. 

Archdiocese of Chicago and MetroChicago Synod, ELCA Ecumenical Covenant  

Tuesday, October 31, 7 pm

Holy Name Cathedral

Pray with the larger Catholic and Lutheran community to become ever more united in Christ. Join us for this special occasion renewing the Ecumenical Covenant.  Please click here to reserve your seat on the bus taking us to the ceremony.

All Saints Sunday and potluck
November 5, 10:30 am

Please bring photographs of your loved ones to display during our special worship service as we remember those who came before us. 

Welcoming Pr. Tim and Mari McKenzie

November 12, 10:30 and potluck

We welcome Pr. Tim and Mari McKenzie as Pr. Tim begins his work as Interim Pastor at St. Paul's during a potluck lunch after the service. All food is welcome and as always, please stay regardless of whether you are able to bring a dish to share. They are transitioning to their new home after 28 years of living in Japan so any tips or advice about their new neighborhood is also welcome!



And there's even more going on!  Click here to see all of St. Paul's events.

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Office hours:  Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm.  Closed 12-1 pm.

Emergency Pastoral Care:
If a member of St. Paul's has a pastoral care need or would like a visit or other support during this temporary transitional period, before we call an interim pastor, please call the church office or contact Council President Louis Bell.  Pastors from our fellow ELCA congregations have generously agreed to provide emergency pastoral care over the next few weeks.