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Willow Creek Community Church
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We're so excited to hear from shauna niequist this weekend as she shares about God's unconditional love for us! #willowcreek
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There are no words to describe how fired up we are about God's faithfulness to our church for 39 yrs! ‪#‎willowcreek‬
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i love you, Willow!
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Join us tonight in the atrium following midweek worship for our “Soul Keeping” study. #soulkeeping #smallgroups #WillowCreek
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Want to infuse hope and movement toward restorative growth.
Room: BLUE SKY 1. Deirdré Jansen Van Rensburg, Willow Creek Care and Response Pastor Cyndi Mesmer, LCPC; co-owner of The Art of Living Counseling Center Scott Vaudrey, Director of Willow Creek's Pastoral Response Team. Need hope that your marriage can be restored? This 7 week workshop, ...
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Have you ever thought about being a part of our PADS ministry? If not, you should!
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His very nature has always been to provide a refuge for those who have been hurt. - Bill Hybels ‪#‎seekrefuge‬ ‪#‎willowcreek‬
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Come listen to Pastor Wilfredo De Jesús tonight at Midweek and stop by the C&J Ministry Fair immediately after the service! #willowcreek
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Great services.... 
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There are no words to describe how fired up we are about celebrating God's faithfulness to our church for 39 years! ‪#‎willowcreek‬
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Hundreds did Alpha last week, it’s not too late to start! #TryAlpha tomorrow, 6:45pm, Willow Creek CC. Signup at
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God has a vision for you. Will you be patient and trust him? #willowcreek
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I'm from Mississippi and I just wanted to say is that I love Jesus Christ so much I always go backwards I sometimes feel that no matter what I say it's the wrong way of saying thing you see the lord is a good God and for a long time I just love calling his name singing his songs that makes me feel good I am a child of God the king of kings lord of lords so I just want you to know that no matter what we all part of him so I will wait on him I do have a church and I know that whatever I'm going through he will bring me out of it thank you for letting me share this message with you all thank you and God bless
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Bryan Jones teaches continues in the Sermon on the Mount series tonight at 7pm. We would love to have you join us!
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67 E Algonquin Road South Barrington, IL 60010
67 E Algonquin RoadUSILSouth Barrington60010
ChurchToday 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 7:00 – 8:30 pmThursday ClosedFriday ClosedSaturday 5:30 – 7:00 pmSunday 9:00 – 10:30 am, 11:15 am – 12:45 am
Whether you are looking for a place to connect with others, grow in your faith, put your talents to work, or get your questions answered, we welcome you. Willow Creek is an non-denominational, intergenerational church.
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"Wish I could have met Bill Hybels though."
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"Overall, this church does church in a really professional, polished way."
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"Great Senior Pastor and associate teaching pastors."
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Maritza Moreno
a month ago
Have been coming here for 8 years now. From the moment I arrived, I experienced nothing but welcomed arms. As a single mom, sometimes I get judged by others for why they believe I may be in my particular situation, but not at this church. Not only did I get plugged into loving resources to help me grow stronger spiritually, but several ministries went above and beyond to ensure I had additional financial resources to make life less stressful, such as fixing my vehicle at the time (twice) through the cars ministry for single parents and allowing me access to their care center where I was able to receive groceries and legal advice for free while I went back to school. This is one of those places where you have plentiful opportunities to live out your faith through volunteer opportunities in several categories of varying interests and one that is transparent with showing you where your financial resources are allocated. I was never pressured to tithe more than I could afford comfortably, but was encouraged to allow God to guide me as my situation improved over the years. Now that I am financially stable, I feel happy to give of my resources every week since I know the funds truly go towards helping others in need around the world as I have experienced first hand. Wonderful place to grow as a person!!!!
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Stephanie Kronberger
5 months ago
I attended this church most of my life. About 18 months ago I got ill and didn't "make it" to services. Weeks turned into months. The sad part, is that after attending every single Saturday, volunteering my time in different ministries (including being part of the baptism team for four years straight, being part of the communion team and ushering when needed), taking many classes, NOT ONE PERSON noticed I was gone. Not one person (several had my number) bothered to see if I was ok. Never,,,,,,,not once. My heart is crushed that after sitting in the very front row, same spot, every single week for several years,,,,,,,,, no one cared that I wasn't there. I finally went back a few months ago. Sat in my old spot, saw some familiar faces and not one person bothered to greet me or ask where I had been. I have not been back. My heart hurts to know that the one place I should have found community, I didn't. When it came down to was all fake.
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Samuel Tan
a year ago
One word - wow. This is the biggest church that I have ever been to. From the time you drive in are greeted by the fountain that is reminiscent of that at the Chicago Botanical Gardens, to the sprawling parking lot which rivals some of the largest malls, to the massive, multi-tiered sanctuary - the word grand keeps coming to mind. The church is very well set up, with parent rooms for those with toddlers that have massive glass windows which you can see everything and feel like you're part of the main congregation. The sanctuary is also very nicely laid out, ensuring that there is no bad seat in the house. The preaching is impactful and the worship is moving. Overall, this church does church in a really professional, polished way.
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Karen Hilliard
8 months ago
A question was asked at Mid week, "What makes midweek so different then weekend service". I love midweek worship it is that time for me to be able to Worship and spend that hour with god. I walk out of Midweek feeling loved. Thank you Willow for the best day of my week.
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Brady Torres
4 months ago
Flawed, and transparent, people with hearts to live for Christ. Family feel. Love it here. Like with any other place, any place, connection is a two-way street. If there is a need in you for community, reach out and they'll help you connect, but it has to go beyond just that. Live life together. I've met some wonderful ppl here, and in Willow Chicago, that have open their hearts and homes to my family and I. They do a lot of work that isn't mentioned, which I love. Everything does not have to be showcased. Also, they make it a point to tell you that they're a flawed bunch, and do not pretend to have it all together. That in itself shows just how much we need The Savior.
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4 months ago
I attended this church a short while back. I did not hear anything about forgiveness of sins. One of the songs mentioned the blood of Christ once, never from the pastor during his speech (can't call it a sermon or a message). No Lord's prayer. No confession of sins. No confession of faith. No cross. The pastor's (Bill Hybel's) speech (can't call it a sermon or a message) mentioned this cool dude named Jesus a couple of times but from listening to him you would really have no idea why you were in need of a Savior. From listening to the pastor you never would have learned that He died for the forgiveness of our sins. I heard more times about inviting a friend to church or telling friends about Willow Creek than I heard about the forgiveness of since. If this is not a big, pyramid marketing scheme then I don't know what would be a pyramid marketing scheme. If you are a mature Christian that knows you need forgiveness and that Christ came and died for our sins to save us, this place is not for you. If you just want to feel good and not think too deeply and maybe help the community out a bit it may be for you. So would the Lions Club or just about any other community organization.
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Cindy Tong
9 months ago
I attended this campus on a Wednesday night for the first time and I was expecting the stadium to be big but I went to the small stadium because that was where the service was held at that time. The Wednesday service was interesting to listen to and I felt blessed to learn more about Jesus. I better attend for their Sunday service one day because I want to experience the big stadium and see Pastor Bill Hybels providing the words about God.
Ron Williamson
4 months ago
Been attending with my wife for 25 years. We simply love Willow Creek!