Current Groups & Events
As women, we are blessed with the ability to inspire, strengthen and share our lives with each other in a very personal and unique way. So we’d love to provide you with the opportunity to find a great bunch of ladies who you can do this journey of life with and do just that – inspire, strengthen & share!
Alternate Tuesday Evenings beginning OCT 24 at 7pm
Lake Forest Campus
The Caregiver Support Group will begin using Mary Tutterow’s book The Heart of the Caregiver as a springboard for our interaction.
Tired? Lonely? Overwhelmed? Caring for a loved one is difficult work. It can often leave a strong person feeling overwhelmed and stressed. If that’s you, then The Heart of the Caregiver is just the respite you need. Mary Tutterow, fellow caregiver and advocate, invites you to seek God’s life-transforming love through Scripture each day. Allow the Holy Spirit to encourage you as you live out God’s call to love others through your service to them. Move from overwhelmed to overjoyed.
Join us every other Tuesday from 7:00-8:30 pm in A108 at Christ Church, Lake Forest.
First meeting will be October 24. Books will be available that night.
For questions contact: Beth Whartnaby at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are going through a difficult trial such as death loss, family/relationship loss, shattered dreams, life transitions, or other hard life situations, we can connect you with a care companion or a support group. Our 1-1 Care Ministry offers you a trained lay volunteer to provide a confidential, caring, and supportive companion. If you are struggling with the death of a loved one, Grief Support Groups are offered during the year, along with Hope for the Holidays.
Fall Session: Monday evenings,
Sept 11- Oct 9, 7:00 – 8:30pm
Lake Forest campus
Contact Judy Kohl and Susan Neaman with questions: email@example.com
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) is an international organization aimed at helping mothers realize their potential as a godly wife, mother, and leader by meeting the needs of every mom of a child from conception through kindergarten with local groups of moms.
1350 IL-137, Grayslake, 60030
Meets monthly, Thursdays
9:15 – 11:15 am
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesdays, 9:15-10:45 a.m.
Beginning September 12 at Christ Church Crossroads/Grayslake
This year’s study is The Gospel of John.
Full children’s programming from 0-6 years.
Join us anytime throughout the year!
Starting September 14th
Lake Forest Campus
Join us for friendship and a study of relevant wisdom from the Bible. Looking at the Old and New Testament, we’ll unpack truths to help you live out your faith every day. No homework! Leader: Robin Norkus
Starting September 13
Lake Forest Campus
Of the two books of the Bible named after women, one was a Jewish girl who married a prominent Gentile (Esther and King Ahasuerus) and the other was a Gentile woman who married a prominent Hebrew (Ruth and Boaz). Both women were part of God’s redemptive history: He used Esther to save His people from physical destruction and He used Ruth as an important genealogical link in the messianic line, first to David, and ultimately to Christ.
Questions? Contact Tina Iosue
Beginning September 12
Christ Church Lake Forest
Please join us for YOUR KINGDOM COME, a study on the books of Revelation and Ephesians.
Susan Neaman: email@example.com
Spiritual Direction can be life-giving and transforming as one begins to sense where God is leading, hovering, teaching, healing and offering His love. Listening to the leading of the Holy Spirit includes moments of savoring the joys in life or sifting through the hard life trials we experience. This unique time with a Spiritual Director is confidential and helps one draw closer to the Lord in whatever situation has arisen. Christ Church offers and initial meeting with a certified Spiritual Director at no charge, at which point you can decide if you’d like to pursue Spiritual Direction on a monthly basis. Ongoing cost details would be discussed at your first session.