Two Lake Street Church of Evanston (LSC) members will be honored on Sunday, February 16, at the Interfaith Action of Evanston’s Vision Keeper Dinner.
Phyllis Nickel has served LSC and the wider community with a focus on fair trade, affordable housing, immigration and racial justice. She has served as […]
Lake Street youth engaged in some important work during Adventure Week, July 29th-Aug 2nd. In this social justice immersion week, 15 youth from 6 different churches gathered each day to get their hands dirty and learn about our wider community. We hiked two miles through forest preserve and learned about […]
Lake Street Church Announces New Senior Minister, Advocate and Scholar of Church Social Justice Initiatives
Rev. Michael Woolf, Master of Divinity and candidate for Doctor of Theology at Harvard University, brings youthful energy and dynamic pastoral presence starting April […]
The Lake Street Church of Evanston profile is a document that describes who we are as a church. It was created as part of our search for a new senior minister — a search that is now complete. If you are new to Lake Street Church, the profile is a great way to learn more about us!
Stewardship season has begun at Lake Street Church. Here are answers to frequently asked questions:
Pledging Q & A
If I’m not formally a member of Lake Street Church, may I still pledge?
Yes, please do!
How do I print a pledg […]
The Lake Street Church congregation has voted unanimously to declare itself a Sanctuary Church, joining a national movement to improve U.S. immigration policy.
A congregational meeting on Sunday, Aug. 24, unanimously approved this motion, which was introduced after six months of deliberation:
In solidarity with the thousands […]
‘Inequality for All’ Screening Spawns Follow-Up
By Elliott Zashin
On Nov. 24, more than 200 people came to LakeStreetChurch to see “Inequality for All,” the documentary featuring Robert Reich. The screening had been so well publicized by peace and justice committees and other organizations […]