On January 23, 2022, the Lake Street Church congregation voted to approve
the following resolution:
Over time, Evanston’s Black citizens have been systematically excluded from equal access to housing, education, healthcare, police protection, and participation in p […]
This article was published in the Christian Citizen on January 27, 2022.
In “Midnight Mass,” even the Devil quotes Scripture
“Midnight Mass” ought to make any confessing Christian feel a little bit of trepidation. Although an ancient evil is at the […]
This article was published in the Christian Citizen on December 30, 2021.
A new year highlights an old challenge – conspiracy theories
One of the most important events of 2021 occurred in its first week, as insurrectionists stormed the Capitol. In the wake of the […]
This article was published in the Christian Citizen on November 24, 2021.
This Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for the priesthood of all believers
One of the things I struggle with in my ministry has been convincing congregants to celebrate communion with me. A […]
March 28 – April 4
The Great Egg Hunt
Our next Messy Church event is a new take on Easter egg hunts. Anyone who wants to participate will receive a link to egg designs to print and color, which we will do together on Sunday, March 28 at 5 PM via Zoom. Then, throughout the following week you are invi […]
Dear Lake Streeters,
I have heard some joyous news as some of our community members received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. I was inspired to write a short prayer for the occasion that may be recited before you receive the vaccine. At Lake Street, we believe that everything is spiritual, and the c […]
All are welcome to join us online for our Sunday services. The Zoom links are now the same every week.
SUNDAY SERVICE: Every week at 10:30am
Join the service in a single click using this link:
Dear Lake Streeters,
As I write this email, Congress is convening to eventually accept the electoral college results that will usher out the current president at the end of his term. A transfer of power, surely, but not a peaceful one. As domestic terrorists earlier interrupted that transfer of power singing hymns, bowin […]
Sunday, Dec. 13, 10:30am
Christmas Carols & Other Holiday Music Service
Sounds of hope, peace, joy, and love will echo virtually as we lift our voices in carols together and as we listen to music of this special season.
Click here to join the service on Zoom.
Tuesday, Dec. 22, 8pm […]
This article was published in the Christian Citizen on October 1, 2020.
United by Yearning
A different kind of World Communion Sunday is taking shape
As we approach World Communion Sunday, it seems obvious that this year’s celebration will be different due to […]