Due to recent developments, all in-person worship services and activities are canceled until further notice. We will post weekly worship services on our website and social media. If you would like to give to help maintain the ministry of Willow Creek during this time, text GIVEWILLOWCREEK to 77977 (standard data and messaging rates apply) or visit our giving page

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Daily Update - March 20, 2020

Every evening, we aim to provide a daily update regarding the ministry of Willow Creek Church during this unexpected season. Here are some important updates for you. - Join us for worship this Sunday at 10:00 AM on our Facebook page, our website, our free ministry app, or our YouTube Channel. Afterward, our worship service will remain accessible on each of those platforms...

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Daily Update - March 19, 2020

Every evening, we aim to provide a daily update regarding the ministry of Willow Creek Church during this unexpected season. Here is an important update for you. For the past several years, we've benefitted from Laurel Schmick's leadership as our Nursery Director. As she embarks on a plan to educate her children at home, she'll be stepping away from that role at the end o...

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Coronavirus Update - March 18, 2020

Every evening, we aim to provide a daily update regarding the ministry of Willow Creek Church during this unexpected season. Here are some updates for you: - Pastor Drew led a stirring time of devotions and prayer this morning at 8:00 AM via Facebook Live. Be sure to join him and me for the same every workday (M-F) at 8:00 AM or 8:00 PM. Some of our elders might be joinin...

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Coronavirus Response Update - March 17, 2020

Every evening, we aim to provide a daily update regarding the ministry of Willow Creek Church during this unexpected season. Here are some updates for you: 1.) This morning, Pastor Drew and I launched Willow Creek's "Morning and Evening Prayers" via Facebook Live. Visit the Willow Creek Facebook page (facebook.com/willowcreekpca) at 8:00 AM and/or 8:00 PM, Monday through ...

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Coronavirus Response Update - March 16

I met with members of our staff this morning to discuss and confirm our ministerial approach through the end of March. We wanted to share several updates with you. First, we prayed for you - earnestly. We love you, and we are here for you. Second, I know that there's a spectrum of responses to situations like this. Some think this is purely media-generated hype. Others c...

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Coronavirus Cancelation Information

In light of developing information and an abundance of caution, we have decided to cancel our worship service tomorrow morning, March 15, 2020. Further, we have canceled all other Willow Creek Church activities until further notice. Please plan to join us for online worship tomorrow at 10:45 AM, accessible at facebook.com/willowcreekpca. We will archive this service on ou...

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New City Catechism - Week 10

Every Sunday, we feature a QA from the New City Catechism in our worship bulletin. Here is a brief video explaining this week's teaching in a bit more detail. ...

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The Geneva School Presents the Wheaton Men's Glee Club

Willow Creek Friends: The Geneva School will be hosting a partnership concert featuring the renowned Wheaton College Men's Glee Club from 7 pm to 8:30 pm this coming Monday, March 9th, at Willow Creek Church in the Worship Center. The Rhetoric Choir from The Geneva School will be guests in this performance as well. Come out for a night of beautiful music!...

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New City Catechism - Week 9

Every Sunday, we feature a QA from the New City Catechism in our worship bulletin. Here is a brief video explaining this week's teaching in a bit more detail. ...

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On Lent

During Lent, the 40 days of prayer and preparation preceding the celebration of Christ's resurrection on Easter Sunday, many Christians around the world devote special time to acknowledging their mortality and reflecting humbly on their need for God's grace. At its best, Lenten observance is a free and prayerful expression of ever-deepening repentance in response to God's ...

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