We Are In This Together

Experience Hope Together

We are a vital, nondenominational, multisite church where children, youth and adults alike build life-changing relationships with God and one another. We offer a variety of inspiring worship services, a rich range of spiritual growth resources and a selection of service ministries aimed at changing the world for good. 

Come experience life with us.



Altered: Life After Resurrection

April 11–18 | 9:00 & 11:00 a.m. | Oak Brook
10:00 a.m. | Butterfield

Have you ever struggled to trust that Jesus can actually make a difference in your everyday life? Doubted when you wanted to believe or wrestled with the disappointment of unmet expectations? There are moments when it seems these connection points with God will never be altered. You're not alone. But there is hope.




In-Person Worship | Oak Brook | Butterfield

We have five in-person worship services for you to choose from when you are ready to join us. This affords us enough space to welcome 100s of worshippers every Sunday. We are looking forward to seeing you!



Family Focus

Our Family Ministry team is here to partner with you and your family curating resources to enable a closer walk with Jesus. You'll find all our guides and videos designed to engage with your children all week long. Our digital resources for families help you and your children stay connected through age-appropriate content.



Vaccine Clinics

Tuesdays, April 13 & April 27
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. | Oak Brook

We are partnering with iHealth to administer free vaccines to all Illinois residents in compliance with current county and state eligibility guidelines. We will be offering the Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine.


Blood Drive 

Monday, April 19 | 2:30–7:00 p.m. | Oak Brook
We are partnering with Versiti Blood Center of Illinois to host a blood drive in the Commons of our Oak Brook campus starting at 2:30 p.m. Did you know that one donation can save up to three lives? Safe social distancing measures will be in place to ensure donor safety. Keeping in compliance with state ordinances, donors will be required to bring and wear face masks during the donation process.

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