Chicago Coalition of Welcoming Churches
Church of the Three Crosses

Church of the Three Crosses

333 West Wisconsin Street
Chicago, IL 60614

Rev. Dr. John Hobbs, Pastor

Phone: 312-951-7916
Email: john@churchofthethreecrosses.org
Website: www.churchofthethreecrosses.org


Schedule of Activities

Worship - at 11:00am each Sunday morning. Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month.

Adult Forum - meets each Sunday morning at 10:00am (September through May) and provides adults with opportunities to study and learn together.

Yoga - meets each Wednesday at 7:00pm and each Saturday at 8:30am at the church. This class is open to the neighborhood. The classes are approximately 1 hr. 15 min. and are facilitated by a yoga instructor, costing participants $15 for each class.

Sunday School for children and youth - meets after worship as parents mingle during fellowship. (September through May). The Sunday School is designed to provide positive educational opportunities for the children and youth to learn about our faith traditions.

Youth Group events - youth meet after worship the third Sunday of each month. These events provide opportunities for our youth to experience fellowship and take in some of the sights and activities of Chicago.

Deborah's Place - each last Tuesday of the month (September through June) the church provides a meal to the residents of Deborah's Place, about four blocks from the church building. Deborah's Place is a supportive housing facility that provides a home to women who have been homeless.

Night Ministry - each second Thursday of the month (September through June) the church provides a meal to those who use the health services of the Night Ministry health bus.

Book Group - a meeting for those who would like to read and discuss a variety of books, including fiction and non-fiction. This group meets approximately every six weeks. Schedules and books being read are published in the bulletin and newsletter.

Evenings at the Church - opportunities for fellowship and study are provided on an ad hoc schedule, working to provide community enhancement and educational enrichment.

Small Group – a variety of small groups are formed around topics of mutual interest. The groups run for four to six sessions, providing an opportunity of learning and fellowship.

Our Building As Mission Space - throughout the week our building, with its flexible and multi-use space, is rented by a variety of neighborhood groups including AA, NA, theater groups, toddler programs and Kindermusik. Occasionally, youth groups from other churches which are visiting Chicago stay overnight.