Serving as Jesus' presence and voice in Chicagoland and around the world.
What does it mean to be a Force for Good?
Serving as Jesus’ presence and voice in Chicagoland and around the world.
CARE FOR THE
Advocate and care for those susceptible to the injustices of human trafficking, displacement, and/or persecution.
Seek opportunities to join initiatives that enhance God’s beauty, justice and wholeness in our broken world.
THE LOCAL CHURCH
Believe God wants His Church to be the primary vehicle through which He heals the world.
Build sustainable resources for underserved and underdeveloped communities.
Cultivate life-giving, transparent, partnerships, believing that we are better together.
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MEET OUR LOCAL PARTNERS
The Chapel partners with organizations in the local community that are furthering God’s kingdom on earth. Click the arrow below to see a list of our local partners!
YMEN – North Lawndale
We partner with YMEN as they serve student in the North Lawndale Community through mentoring, clothing and food distribution, community gardens, basketball league, local home ownership, and racial reconciliation conversations.
Grace + Peace Church – Austin neighborhood
Church partner reaching the Austin neighborhood on the West side of Chicago. We partner with them as they develop their community center, back packs, and daily food distribution during the pandemic.
We have been an interim housing site – the program has been suspended during the pandemic. We provide assistance for hotel lodging for families in need of housing.
We partner with Bridge Builder to educate our students and adults on the history of racial inequity in our city and ways to be part of a Kingdom centered solution.
We partner financially, back packs, and with volunteers to provide tutoring and social support to underserved youth and families in our community.
We are a Friday night shelter site for homeless men
We also routinely collect food for PADS to distribute as their needs arise.
Mobile Food Pantry
Mobile Food Pantry in N. Chicago – Northern Illinois Food Bank – We host 10 mobile food pantries a year.
Food grown in our garden supplies our CCC at Grayslake, as well as a few local food pantries in Libertyville.
We take used bikes, refurbish them and distribute at events for kids that don’t have bikes.
We provide school backpacks and Christmas gifts to foster children.
Brothers United/Mosaic House
Mops supports young moms in our community. We reach out to women in the surrounding areas to support them in their season of being with young children.
We support a boys group home through school backpacks and Christmas gifts and any other needs that arise throughout the year.
An in house (campus) ministry. Feeding 50+ families in palatine weekly. Serving opportunities on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Serving and caring for single moms/dads in the northwest suburbs of Chicago.
Blessings in a backpack
Helping elementary and junior high kids in D15 with food insecurities. Direct relationship with our local school.
Mobile Food Pantries
Mobile Food Pantries in Mundelein – Northern Illinois Food Bank – We provide mobile food pantries every 2 to 3 weeks in the Mundelein community.
Mundelein Community Care Team
Partnership with Mundelein school districts D75, D120, D76, D73, and D79 and the Mundelein Police Department to help provide care and resources to families in need in our community
Mundelein Police Department
As a Chaplain for Mundelein Police Department, Pastor Thomas helps serve within the community as a first responder for those experiencing traumatic situations and desiring spiritual direction.
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MEET OUR GLOBAL PARTNERS
We want to see the Kingdom come not just in Chicagoland but around the globe. Our global partners are committed to being a force for good in wherever they are. Click the arrow below to see a list of our global partners!
Team World Vision
Team World Vision is a fundraising program of humanitarian organization World Vision that equips individuals to raise money for World Vision projects.
Our VISION is that the Gospel of Jesus Christ has been proclaimed among the Turkana people of Kenya and His disciples are growing deeper in their faith and making disciples of others.
Our desire is to transform every village in northern India with the Gospel by partnering the global church with indigenous church planters engaged in holistic community development.
We are a Christian development organization based in Cape Town, South Africa committed to facilitate the equipping and networking of individuals, churches, and organizations for physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and economic development in Southern Africa.
Medical Ambassadors International
MAI envisions a world of thriving communities where people experience reconciliation of broken relationships, restoration of hope and health, and dignity through following Jesus.
ELWA Ministries Association USA (EMAUSA) is a U.S. based nonprofit, nondenominational Christian ministry providing spiritual and physical aid to the hurting people of Liberia. Formed in 2009, EMAUSA supports the efforts of ELWA Ministries Liberia helping to meet the needs of Liberia’s victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine ultimately, and most importantly, sharing God’s love.
Our culturally diverse teams work side-by-side with other in-country nationals and local organizations that believe in holistic care. Every dollar we raise is accounted for and we report back to donors how their investment is changing the lives of children and families all around the world.
The 410 Bridge is a Christ-centered, non-profit organization committed to relentlessly pursuing healthy community development in nations confined by poverty. We see the poor as the solution to poverty and not the problem to be solved. We engage communities to participate in their own development, restoring their sense of dignity, purpose, and freedom.
Naomi’s Village is a fully registered children’s home providing complete care for total orphans, located near the truck stop town of Maai Mahiu, Kenya. Founded in 2011, we have since rescued over 90 children, including abandoned babies and those left parentless by terrorist attacks, AIDS, disasters, and domestic violence.
DO GOOD AT HOME
We have several opportunities for you to serve on a Sunday morning during services at our seven campuses.
If you would like to partner with us through volunteering, please fill out a digital connect card.