Is Evangelicalism Dead?
Sundays, through October 27
9:45-10:45 a.m. in Stewart Hall
This 4-session class led by Dr. Paul Bischoff, offers an overview of Evangelicalism in America. Sessions will reflect
broadly on Evangelicalism, exploring into its definition, origin, history, major events, key leaders, the “born-again”
experience, its partial gospel, attitudes toward the Bible and its effects on the church. The seminar envisions a
healthier household of God based upon a holistic Gospel whose crucified-risen Christ forms a church-community of forgiven
sinners sustained by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Information on the Fall Adult Ed classes.
Childcare is provided.
Generations Learning and Growing Together in Faith!
K - 8th grades
Wednesdays, October 9-March 11
LOGOS is a place where church is fun and everyone matters. It offers a weekly opportunity
to develop Christian relationships beyond Sunday morning.
Kindergarten – 8th grade students will experience fun, fellowship and growth in Christian faith through Bible Study, games, crafts,
a family style dinner, mission projects and worship.
Registration is now ONLINE ONLY although you can pay with a credit card
or by check.
Wheaton College Christmas Concert
Saturday, December 7
4:00 p.m. at Edman Chapel
Cost: $20 (including $2 online ticketing fee)
Please contact the church office
Nancy Cinatl at
630-690-2110 by October 20 to request concert tickets and let us know if you would
like a reservation for dinner.
First Pres members and friends are invited to attend the Wheaton College Christmas Concert together
for the matinee concert. We will gather together after the concert for dinner at Arrowhead
Dress-a-Girl Around the World
Thursday, October 17: 1:00-9:00 p.m.
Friday, October 18: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Stewart Hall 105-107
Join us for this workshop to make dresses that will be sent to girls in need all over the world.
Contact the church office
if you are able to bring a sewing machine, serger or both.
Community Art Gallery
Nola McCallum / Jennifer Goudreault Mother Daughter Artists
September 29 – November 31
Artists Reception: November 10 on the link
Nola McCallum / Jennifer Goudreault, Mother Daughter Artists, share their family’s art from parents,
grandparents and great-grandparents.
Community Concert Series
Bach and Coffee
Sunday, November 3 at 4:00 p.m.
Featuring works by Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 and Coffee Cantata
First Pres Wheaton Chamber Ensemble
Kedrick Armstrong, conductor