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Need Money for Mission Projects? Here’s a Chance for Funding!

What would you do with $5000? (or $1000? or $500 or…?) Do you have an idea for an awesome activity? An extraordinary enterprise? A towering task? A spectacular strategy? If so, read on! The Mission and Social Justice Committee is delighted to report that we have been allocated an additional $5,000 for our budget in…

#MeToo Play Festival with 2nd Act Players, May 19, 20, 26 & 27

Tickets are now on sale for the 2nd Act Players’ #MeToo Play Festival which concludes this weekend, May 26-27 in Logan Hall. Tickets are $17 in advance and $20 at the door. To purchase tickets online, go to this link. Performances are on Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 3:30 p.m. Northminster’s Senior Pastor…

Sermon Talk-Back, May 27th

Join Pastor Michael on Sunday, May 27th at 11:05 a.m. in the Guild Room for his final Sermon Talk-Back of the program year. Everyone is welcome to respond to, ask questions about, or just talk about that day’s sermon or any of the sermons in May. Following Fellowship Time, don’t miss this chance to be…

Children’s Choirs in Worship, June 3rd

Plan to come to the worship service on June 3rd to hear all of Northminster’s children’s choirs. Youth Music Director Kate lee will be leading the Youth Bells, the Cherub Choir and the Elementary Sunday School Choir as they make music for the Lord!

Chopin School Orchestra Plays at Fellowship Time, June 3rd

After the worship service on June 3rd, we will be treated with a concert by the Chopin School Orchestra during Fellowship Time in Logan Hall. This school is one that is helped by our Mission & Social Justice Committee and these concerts are their way of saying “thanks.”

Help with Second Friday Lunches, June 8th

Every second Friday, Northminster buys, prepares, and serves a bag lunch to those who are homeless, needy, or just need a meal.  Volunteers are invited to join us at Church House (1417 Hinman ) at First Congregational Church on Friday, June 8th.  (Diane Rosewall’s daughter, Ann, is the pastor at the Congregational Church.)  We begin…

Appalachian Service Project (ASP) Sending Service, June 10th

Don’t miss the worship service on June 10th when we will be commissioning all the adult and youth volunteers who will be going on the 2018 ASP mission trip to Kentucky. This year we have more than 140 going to help make homes warmer, drier and safer for families in need. The group will leave…

Service as Worship Is Back, June 17th

Serving is a way or worshiping and on June 17th we will have a special service that combines the two. At 9:30 a.m. in Logan Hall we will gather for a brief worship service and then there will be an opportunity to participate in various service projects. Everyone is urged to attend. Members also are…

Help With Soup at Six

Since 1983, Soup at Six has provided dinner from the basement gym of the Hemenway United Methodist Church, 933 Chicago Avenue in Evanston. This soup kitchen feeds the hungry every Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. Northminster is part of the group (originally six) that provides soup. If you (and perhaps your children/friends/spouse/teammates) would be willing to make…

Bill’s Pills — Amber Bottles Still in Demand

The empty pill bottle project is ongoing as Northminster is now working with a new mission partner called Matthew 25: Ministries, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Bill’s Pills baskets for your amber bill bottles (without labels) will be in the narthex and church office. The mission of Matthew 25: Ministries is to fulfill Matthew 25:34-40 by…