The Peoples Church of Chicago

941 W. Lawrence Avenue in Uptown... just West of Lake Shore Drive;  East of red line el at Lawrence stop

P.O. Box 408319, Chicago, IL  60640-8319     773-784-6633    fax:  773-784-6760    email:


                    "A Spiritual Home for People of Conscience"


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Second Friday!








" justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God."  (Micah 6:8)  


Welcome to the Peoples Church!  

Services at 10am Sunday



Are you looking for a spiritual home, a place to make social justice, a place to practice the love Jesus taught?  Do you want to be able to keep your mind and your curiosity alive, while you are spiritually nourished?  Experience an eclectic, thoughtful service on Sunday morning, 10 a.m., in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.  Join us for coffee afterwards!



Come see the beautiful auditorium... available for weddings, meetings or musical events...


                 Check out Jim Frazier's other photos of the church.




10am, Sunday:  Be engaged by worship that applies Jesus' teachings to today's world, and be moved by music, poetry, stories, readings. 

6:45pm, Second Friday:  Deepen your spirit with the monthly meditation - song, chant or poetry readings, before the live music at 7:30.


Ways to Give Back:

Help with 2 Li'l Fishes, the free lunch program, or 

The annual Labor Day Picnic or Christmas Dinner for the homeless.

Help support our work with your tax-deductible donation.


Goings On:

Get the Big Picture, with the Calendar of events... 


Stay In Touch:

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May this church stand as an open door of Liberality and Truth. May bigotry and fanaticism never escape from the lips of its minister. May it always be an open door to the downtrodden and the broken and the bruised and the bleeding. [M]ay it be a place in the life of this city where people feel that they can come and think for themselves in matters of religious philosophy;  may this church be a great source of inspiration in this city for the cause of Truth and Justice.

Dr. Preston Bradley
Dedication Prayer for The Peoples Church
October 10, 1926