Singles of all ages call St. Pauls home. Meet Dough Heyboer and hear about the “real, authentic, caring” people he found at church.
Families of every configuration abound at St. Pauls, finding food for the soul appropriate to everyone in their fold. Meet the Hartanov family, and hear what they and their lively brood have to say about their church.
Meet Nick and Ellen Yeh Swinehart and hear they why value a church where everyone is welcome, all are fully included, and there’s a full range of activities and opportunities for involvement.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
The Mack Family would like to share our Statement of Faith with you, as they did in one of our virtual worship services. As you’ll hear, “We believe in God, who has created and is creating; who has come to us in Jesus Christ to reconcile and make us new…”
Read our Mission Statement >
Some of us are new believers, while others can’t recall ever taking a breath when we didn’t believe in the grace and love of Jesus. Meet Nancy Curotto and Hugo Mario Osorio, and hear about the church they consider to be their spiritual home.
In a community of “radical acceptance,” to use the words of member Jack Knight, differences in belief are as welcome as the commonalities, and hard questions more valued than easy answers. Please take a minute to meet Jack.
We are an intergenerational church, including families that stay here generation to generation. Meet just a few of the Henrys: Tom (our Pastor Emeritus), Anya Henry Kompare and Colleen Kompare.
COME HAVE A LITTLE FUN
At St. Pauls, loving God means learning from and living (it up) with each other. We host regular social events for all age groups, and special events for the community, including Oktoberfest, Cookies with Santa and our annual Easter Egg Hunt. The pandemic has our in-person socializing on hold, but you can still enjoy a little of last year’s Oktoberfest in this video.
Get a feel for the wonderful people who serve as our pastors and staff.
Meet the staff via video >
OUR HISTORY & FUTURE
We’re one of Chicago’s oldest congregations, but we’re firmly focused on the future. Read about our history and our strategic plan.
St. Pauls history and future >
Three blogs will let you know what we’re thinking.
Stephens Ministry blog >
175 blog >
Food for Thought digest >