Miscellaneous Events

C.S. LEWIS ON STAGE

Feb. 23 to 25, The Athenaeum Center, Chicago, IL

An intimate evening with a literary icon! This one-man show captures the personality and fiction of the author of The Chronicles of Narnia and The Screwtape Letters, an Oxford don who could make his audience think as deeply as he made them laugh. Melding conversations with the audience and pieces of his famous literature, C.S. LEWIS ON STAGE gives us a closer look at a man we’ve all read, but know almost nothing about.

Spiritual Warfare & The Screwtape Letters

SUN, FEB 4, 2024, 5-7 PM, Near North, 1001 N Crosby Room 205/206 Chicago, Illinois 60610

Join Park Community Church, Near North, for a 7-Week course, Wednesdays, Feb. 21 through Apr. 3 from 7 to 8:30 PM on Spiritual Warfare in partnership with Chicago’s C.S. Lewis Institute (CLSI). We will look at a biblical theology of spiritual warfare, remedies against Satan’s devices, and C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters.

LOVE GOD LOVE NEIGHBOR

SUN, FEB 4, 2024, 5-7 PM 

Apostolic Faith Church
3823 S Indiana Ave, Chicago, IL

Starting the year on our knees, together, seeking God’s shalom for Chicagoland. We believe in the power of prayer in the name of Jesus, and the pursuit of oneness to display the glory of Jesus. This annual city-wide united prayer event is one way we are practicing and growing in unity.

Christmas at DePaul

Watch Chicago’s DePaul University’s Christmas Event as the story of the birth of Christ is retold in word and song. CHRISTMAS AT DEPAUL invites viewers to the holiday celebration, which features the talents of DePaul faculty, staff, students, and alumni. The concert includes song performances of “Mary Did You Know,” “O Holy Night,” “The Angel Gabriel,” “Silent Night,” “The First Noel,” and more.

Remembering Dr. King: Loving Your Enemies

Watch the MLK 2024 video stream from Monday, January 15th, as we explore Dr. King’s message of radical love, inspired by his sermon “Loving Your Enemies.” This event was a tribute to Dr. King’s enduring influence on our faith and a call for all Christ-followers to carry His message of love, unity, and reconciliation forward in our lives and communities.

White Mass for Medical Professionals

Feb 17, 4–6:30pm, Bond Chapel & Swift Hall
1025 E. 58th St. Chicago, IL 60637

A Red Mass is a Mass celebrated for members of the legal community. Through prayerful petition and thanksgiving the Red Mass requests guidance from the Holy Spirit for all who seek justice, and offers the legal community an opportunity to reflect on the God-given power and responsibility of all in the legal profession.

Red Mass and Lecture for Legal Professionals

Feb 10, 4–6:30pm, Bond Chapel & Swift Hall, 1025 E. 58th St. Chicago, IL 60637

A Red Mass is a Mass celebrated for members of the legal community. Through prayerful petition and thanksgiving the Red Mass requests guidance from the Holy Spirit for all who seek justice, and offers the legal community an opportunity to reflect on the God-given power and responsibility of all in the legal profession.

Lunch & Learn | Mere Christianity

January 7 – February 18, 2024  | Park Community Church (Forest Glen)
4920 W Foster Conference Room Chicago, Illinois 60630

Lunch & Learns will be held throughout the year as a space to grow and learn through book studies, current social issues, and theological topics. 

In this Lunch & Learn, we will look at CS Lewis’ classic book, Mere Christianity.  It will be divided into 6 sessions filled with reading, teaching, and discussion.

21-DAY PRAYER & FAST

Jan 15- Feb 4

The Chicago Partnership is partnering with Chicagoland United in Prayer and churches across Chicago to kick off 2024 with a 21-Day Prayer & Fast. Churches, individuals, and organizations are invited to join together in prayer and seek God’s shalom for Chicagoland.

The Case for Christianity

January 14 – February 4, 2024 | Park Community Church (South Loop)
2260 S Grove St, Chicago, IL 60616

This three-week class will look at the evidence for Christianity. Students will be invited to interact with some of the biggest questions about faith and religion.

How Can We Flourish?

Jan 22 | 5:30–7 pm | Knapp Center for Biological Discovery Room 1103, 900 E 57th Street, Chicago, IL 60637

What is human flourishing? What insights might we draw from the humanities? What insights might we draw from the empirical sciences?