love for god

Church of Our Saviour is here to nurture a vibrant Christian community, where all are welcome to embrace love for God, love for self, and love for neighbor.

You are welcome here.

Due to COVID-19 virus precautions, Church of Our Saviour has adjusted programming. Please review the most up-to-date COVID-19 information here, including our plans for reopening in-person services.

Having trouble viewing the movie above, You can watch this past Sunday Service on YouTube here. 

Weekly Online Schedule


Service with Music and Eucharist, Facebook at 7:45am


Message from Brian Hastings, Facebook at noon



Morning Prayer 10:00am, Live on Zoom 


Lectionary Reflection with Katie Spero, Facebook at 12:15pm


Tai Chi with Daniel Thatcher, Facebook 9:00am


Weekly eNews & Updates, Email at 7:30am (sign up here)


Message from Brian Hastings, Facebook at noon

News & Upcoming Events

August 15, 2020

Outdoor Mass on the Grass

We're celebrating the Feast of St Mary the Virgin with an outdoor service! All precautions are being considered as we plan to come together in-person for the first time in months. Please reserve your spot here and read more details about this special service. 

June 5, 2020

Diocesan Resources for Responding to Structural Racism

In the last several days, a variety of new resources about the Christian responsibility to end white supremacy and structural racism have been made available online:

Just Mercy, the movie based on the true story of civil-rights attorney Bryan Stevenson, is free to watch on many digital platforms through the month of June. Find a streaming service on the Just Mercy website, and download a discussion guide for the movie and a  student-focused discussion guide for the book.


  • When the Cameras are Gone, We'll Still Be Here: A Word to the Church from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, May 30

  • "As a black man I understand the anger in our streets. But we must still chose love " Op-ed by Presiding Bishop Curry in the Washington Post, May 31

  • "America's Lost Soul," an essay by the Very Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, May 30 

  • My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me? A Time of Lament. With Dr. Catherine Meeks and the Rev. Ed Bacon, June 1

  • Statement on the Murder of George Floyd and The Resulting Demonstrations in Atlanta and Elsewhere by Bishop Rob Wright of Atlanta, June 1

  • Responding to Racist Violence, on the website of The Episcopal Church

June 19, 2020

Trail Mix Volunteers

We're looking for folks to volunteer this summer by making 60 bags of trail mix at home, which will be distributed at the end of the Care For Friends meals on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.


These bags would preferably be dropped off at COS on the Saturday before they’re due (9:00-10:00 AM), or you can contact us and schedule a different time to drop off. A Google Document has been linked below, where you can sign up for a day to cover, and view the instructions for safe and sanitary trail mix preparation. 


Sign Up Sheet + Instructions​

May 31, 2020

Message from Bishop Lee

A message from Bishop Lee, "In this moment, both the collective soul of America and our identity as members of the Body of Christ are at stake. Come Holy Spirit, fill us with your love and power that we may keep the promises and vows we make."

Read the full message here

June 12, 2020

Reopening Reflection 

From Fr. Anthony Vaccaro: As many of you have heard, Chicago has entered into Phase 3 of its reopening schedule as the COVID 19 infection rate seems to be declining or at least, it has plateaued. Included in Phase 3 is the provision for houses of worship to open their doors in order to resume limited services. Mayor Lightfoot has stipulated that services can take place with up to 50 people in attendance while wearing masks and taking proper precautions.

Read the full message here.


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