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Harvest Home Dinner

The Harvest Home Dinner is a more-than-100-year-old tradition for the congregation that has met in our building. It is a gathering of the family of God on the Friday night before Thanksgiving to enjoy a meal together, and celebrate God’s faithfulness throughout the past year.

Sushi Night

On Friday, October 29 at 7PM come enjoy freshly made sushi, music and fun. Invite a friend, a date, a spouse. and please join us. We’ll be meeting in the fellowship hall at Christ Church Highland Park.

Streetside Thursdays

Thursdays at 7:00 PM. Join us for a time of worship and fellowship at our Streetside cafe. For more information contact Brad Coleman at

Empty Nesters Ministry

We plan social events and service projects where members connect, make friends, have fun and share their faith. Join us!

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Thankful Workshop Kit

Need an attitude of gratitude? We’ve put together a “Take Home Kit” that includes instructions and supplies for games, Scripture memory, a snack, and more!

Small Group Social

Campus Open Small Groups

Consider branching out! Join a Renewal series small group at your campus today!


Become A Member

Join us online to learn more about Christ Church and how you can take your next step to becoming a member.



At Christ Church, we believe that baptism is a one-time decision by those who believe in Christ and wish to publicly demonstrate their faith and obedience.


Divorce Care

When you are healing from the hurt of separation or divorce, you need a safe place where you can learn, share and grow with others.


Cancer Support

Meets the third Monday of every month via Zoom.


Small Groups

This is a great time to get into a small group if you are not already. We have several open groups available in person and online.

Come Make a Difference

Trinity Clothing Drive

Drop off hats, gloves, scarves & coats for men, women & children at Trinity International University. Drop them off at the guard house near the entrance.

Reading Power, Inc

Reading Power, Inc., an early literacy tutoring program working one-to-one with elementary school children in North Chicago, Waukegan, and Zion schools, is seeking volunteers to tutor prekindergarten through second grade students this academic year. Tutors commit to once-a-week tutoring (2-3 hours) during the school year. No experience necessary; a love for children and reading is required; initial and on-going training is provided by reading professionals.

Visit or email Kristin Fine at  to learn more and apply. Training begins September 1st.

Justice Center

The Justice Center is a charitable legal aid ministry serving the needs of no-income, low-income, and even middle-income individuals in need.

Mobile Food Pantry

Serve the residents in our area who have been hardest hit by this economic crisis.

Stepping Stones Network

Learn about trafficking in Lake County. We are having our 3rd Monday education presentation on Zoom.

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