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St. Chrysostom's Episcopal Church was founded in 1893. For nearly 120 years, we have provided a beautiful and peaceful place to worship God, experience loving community and minister to those in need. Our members live in the neighborhood and the wider metropolitan area.
8:00 AM | Holy Eucharist and Sermon
9:00 AM | Family Eucharist and Children's Homily
10:00 AM | Church School and Adult Education
11:00 AM | Holy Eucharist with Choir and Sermon celebrated on the first, third and fifth Sundays of the month - Morning Prayer celebrated on the second and fourth Sundays of the month
5:15 PM | Holy Eucharist and Sermon
8:15 AM | Holy Eucharist and Homily
The Church is at 1424 North Dearborn Parkway, north of Schiller and south of Burton, one block east of Clark Street. It is on the west side of Dearborn.
We are two blocks north of the Clark/Division el stop on the CTA Red Line.
Numerous bus routes run on Clark Street, LaSalle Street, Lake Shore Drive and North Avenue. Check the Chicago Transit Authority web site for specific stops and schedules.
St. Chrysostom's has parking arrangements with the following garages:
Lowell House | 88 W Schiller | $2 for 2 hours, $5 for 3 - 5 hours
Condo Building | 1415 N Dearborn | $8 for 3 hours
Parking next to Indigo Hotel | 1250 N Dearborn | $15 for 3 hours
Ambassador House | 1325 N State | $16 for 3 hours
The Church School at St. Chrysostom’s welcomes children age three through fifth grade on Sunday mornings during the 10 a.m. Christian Formation hour. Beginning Church School at 10 a.m. allows children to attend the 9 a.m. Family Eucharist or the 11 a.m. service of worship. The goal of our church school program is to have fun while learning the stories of the Bible and the history of the church, and for our children to be integrated into the whole life of the church community.
At St. Chrysostom's, we are intentional about reverent and relevant worship, Christian formation and education for all ages, and active and responsive outreach ministries. As people of faith, we seek to broaden our understanding of God, to deepen our awareness of God's presence, and to live a full and meaningful Christian life.
Most services on Sunday include music and our professional organists and choir.
Weekly meetings are held at the church for Bible Study, children's choir, fellowship groups for men, women and youth, the Employment Council, 12-step programs, outreach and other groups. Frequent concerts and recitals feature the parish's virtuoso staff, local and international musicians and the church's Fisk organ.
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