Pilgrim Congregational Church

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Pilgrim Congregational Church is a member of the United Church of Christ, a worldwide denomination of more than one million members. Rooted in the Congregational tradition, Pilgrim stresses the freedom of each person to hear God speak and to see God acting in his or her life. As people of faith, we stand in solidarity with the whole of creation, praying and working for justice and peace. We are an Open and Affirming congregation, gladly welcoming all—without exception—just as Jesus did.  For more information, call (708) 848-5860 or visit www.pilgrimoakpark.org.    

 

Upcoming Events

 

Sunday Worship: First Sunday in Advent - Hope

 

  • Sunday, December 1, 2019
  • 11:00 AM  12:30 PM

Please join us on this First Sunday of Advent when we begin our time of active waiting with a focus on the hope that Jesus' birth brings, and a reflection on the necessity for watchfulness. Our focus scripture is Matthew 24:36-44. Rev. Gloria Cox will be preaching and leading worship.

All are welcome!

 

 

Lux Cantorum Chicago in Concert: Joy!

  • Saturday, December 14, 2019
  • 7:30 PM  9:30 PM
  • Pilgrim Congregational Church (map)

Real "joy" likely begins with reflection and gratitude, but it is also a choice. As many become overwhelmed with the expectations of the holiday season, we want to encourage you to consider the lasting joy that can be experienced in music, especially when it focuses on the spiritual virtues of love, hope, and peace—the impetus for our "joy-filled" celebration.

Lux Cantorum Chicago is a unique sacred choral ensemble with a rich spiritual tradition and an ever-expanding repertoire. For more than 70 years, LCC has enlightened, educated and entertained the people of Chicago and the world with joyful reflections of our shared human experience. Experience real "joy" by sharing our consideration of the spiritual values of love, hope, and peace found in music from diverse traditions. For more information and tickets, click here

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Sally Iberg from Oak Park  

Posted: March 29th, 2013 4:20 PM

What a wonderful faith community. It's a blessing to serve as pastor.