716 West Addison Street (map)Worship Services on Sundays at 9 and 11am
Writing Workshop for Spanish Speakers and English Language Learners
Every Friday from April 21st to June 9th 10:30-12:30pm, LVPC will host a complimentary writing workshop that provides an opportunity for immigrants to both share their experiences and improve their language skills. Adults will write, share, and read in Spanish and English, respectively. This workshop will not only help them with their reading, speaking and writing skills, but also with their personal abilities such as confidence, social awareness, etc. It's free of charge! Please pass this information along to anyone who might be interested. Any questions? Contact Gina Rios DeNooyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office at 773-281-2655
Saturday, April 22nd and 9:30am
Join our Men’s Group as we take a field trip to the DuSable Museum of African American History. The DuSable Museum of African American History is devoted to the history, art, and culture of the African diaspora. We’ll leave LVPC at 9:30am, spend about an hour doing a self-guided tour of the museum and then have lunch at a nearby restaurant in Hyde Park or come back and eat in Lakeview. Click the image above to sign up. Volunteer drivers needed as well! This is a free event and all people and genders are welcome to attend! Any questions? Contact George Reyes at email@example.com or call the church office at 773-281-2655.
Service Worship on Sunday, April 30th
On Sunday, April 30th our church members and guests will gather together in the sanctuary at 9:00 am, prior to going out into our local community to work on a variety of service projects. We will not hold our regular worship services on that day. Rather, we will engage in worship of God through service. Or, as we say, “service worship.” Click the image above for more information and the most recent project listings. This Sunday 4/23 is the last Sunday to sign up for projects! Sign up in the back of the Sanctuary!
Join our annual Disaster Assistance Relief Team(DART) as we do something good for those in need in Hampden, West Virginia. Come for a week of service, community building, and faithful living. We’ll be working with West Virginia Advocacy and Work Camps on construction projects to help out in this area hard hit by regular flooding and endemic poverty. Watch the E-news and bulletin for more information about what to bring as the trip gets closer. Sign up deadline is May 7th! Contact Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. Click the image above to sign up.