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2515 Central Park Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201
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2021 Night Ministry Stocking Ministry is here!

Once again, Northminster will support the Night Ministry of Chicago’s holiday support and outreach to the city’s homeless women, men, and youth by providing them with winter essentials. In the past, these stockings have been filled with items down in Logan Hall, but this year all stocking donations will be monetary. Your donations will be used to…

Walk for Warmth is back in 2022!

Join Interfaith Action of Evanston’s third annual Walk for Warmth and help raise funds to support the Emergency Overnight Shelter, Warming Centers, soup kitchens and more. Interfaith Action has expanded its services, extending the dates for the overnight shelter and the hours for our Warming Center and we need your help to sustain these efforts….

Afghan Refugees Need Our Help

In the last few weeks, hundreds of Afghan families completed the vetting process and started to resettle in our community. They’re far from the only homes they’ve ever known, and we’re their new neighbors. As we near this holiday season and think about travelers near and far, Northminster is forming a new Refugee Team to reach…

Family Focus Giving Tree 2021

It’s that time of year again – and what another extra-ordinary year it’s been! Family Focus has once again given us a list of 100 names of families and kids who could use a little extra Christmas joy, but the pandemic is still causing changes to our usual way of delivering that joy. We know…

Help With Our Holiday Gifts for Curt’s Café Students!

Curt’s Café serves youth who are among the most vulnerable—out of school, out of work, and feeling like they’re out of chances. Each year, we assemble “What You Need to Succeed” kits as much-appreciated holiday gifts for the youth in the program. We need your help! This year, we need only the regular or large sizes of…

HELP NEEDED – SNAPGap November Collection

SNAPGap is collecting personal hygiene and cleaning products that cannot be purchased with federal benefits, and distributing them to people in need via Interfaith Action’s Producemobile. Folks can purchase items online and have them delivered to Rita Bailey (see information below). These items can also be purchased locally and dropped off at Northminster Presbyterian Church…