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A Word About Us
We are a new church in the area that is seeking to serve and love our community, and to empower those who want to join us to do the same.
Watch Pastor Bryan talk about the mission and vision of SOW Chicago:
We know that coming to a new church can be a little awkward.
We want to let you know what to expect so that you don't feel out of place. We want you to be as comfortable as possible. Here are a few things to know:
Service Length: Service will last about an hour. It will consist of music, preaching, confession, and prayer.
When and Where We Meet: We meet at 2:30pm Every Sunday at 3945 N Springfield Ave
Come as You Are: Dress how you like. We normally are very casual and very laid back. We want to ensure there are no obstacles to feeling safe where you are. We want you to be focused on worshiping God and hearing His word, not how you look.
Children's Church: We offer children's church and activities for ages up to 10 years old during the gathering teaching time. Once a month we have family worship Sunday in which all kids join us for worship with their parents. Don't worry how your kids will act, we are grateful to hear their voices and want you to feel safe here with your family.
Our Values and Mission
We believe God has given us a distinct vision and mission for Sow Chicago.
What We Believe
We are planting a church with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Meet the Team
Bryan is the lead pastor of Sow Chicago Community Church who moved here three years ago to serve the community. He is a community leader that is always looking for ways he can use his resources to love and serve the Irving Park community. He loves to read, hang in the city with his family, and drink coffee.
Marci is a trained vocalist who has been leading worship since she was small. She is originally from Central Illinois and moved to Chicago three years ago with her husband Bryan. She is a leader in the church, a gifted teacher, and a leader in the community in which she loves.
Holly is the Children’s Director at Sow Chicago Community Church and a gifted and trained teacher. She moved here from Alabama last year because of her love for the community. Along with leading children’s and youth, she has taught elementary school for over 6 years in the public school system. She also loves to serve, and teach in other countries around the world.