Dear Sisters, Brothers, and Friends in Christ,
Join our virtual worship service. It might help us to feel even more connected if we all “tune in” at 9 A.M. today, but feel free to join us for worship whenever and however often you wish.
Children’s bulletin: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17pDU_rFlBqM-RGgA6IYYcMCor3qbsLFt/view?usp=sharing
This worship service was made in careful observation of all CDC COVID-19 guidelines and protocols, so as to protect both staff and others whom our actions may affect.
“Our Daily Bread” video devotional from Senior Pastor Jeff Braun
“Our Daily Bread” — July 4, 2020:
In the Declaration of Independence, our Nation’s founders cited various self-evident truths. As we observe the 244th anniversary of our Country’s birth, we offer a prayer that prophetically draws upon these self-evident truths and that asks for God’s guidance in the work that is yet to be done that all might be free.
Some of us shouldn’t be shopping for necessities because of our health conditions. If you could use help with some shopping or errands support, other members of the WCC community would love to help. The WCC Men’s Fellowship Team has created a process to match those needing help with volunteers willing to help. Just email Steve Huels with the list of items you need. A volunteer will be in touch with you soon to confirm delivery.
And if you would like to volunteer, and anyone can, just email Steve and he’ll get you incorporated into the process.
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Church Office hours:
Monday: 8 AM to 4 PM
Tuesday–Thursday: 9 AM to 5 PM
Friday: Church office closed.
Sunday Worship Service at 9 AM
As “A House of Worship For All People”, Winnetka Congregational Church acknowledges, supports, and welcomes all God’s children whatever their age, culture, race, creed, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic or marital status, education, nationality, or cultural background, physical or cognitive ability.
As called by Christ: we seek to celebrate every person’s dignity, uniqueness, relationships, and God-given gifts; to recognize our inter-connectedness as human beings; and to foster a safe, nurturing community in which each person can live out their faith journey authentically and wholeheartedly.