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Love Works

Love Works is where we put transformation in action by meeting needs, acting justly, and living compassionately.

We seek to make a dignifying and sustainable impact on our community, the city of Chicago, and the world. We intentionally partner and invest in community and global connections, actively playing a part in response, reconstruction, and reconciliation.  

Love Works Global

We partner with global organizations who are engaged in the ongoing efforts of equipping local communities to find sustainable solutions to multidimensional poverty.

Love Works Local

We partner with local institutions to put the transformational in action, outside the walls of Soul City. Follow the button below to check out our current serving events.

House of Hope

A visible movement of the church to meet needs through resources, respond to areas of injustice and mental health and walk with people as advocates.


We take a posture of learning, knowing that we cannot “do the work” until we engage in the work ourselves. Check out some specific DEI resources here.

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Parking Update

New parking rules on Adams St. are now in effect. 

Adams St. is now PERMIT PARKING ONLY from Aberdeen to Racine. All other street parking remains unaffected, and the follow parking lots are still available.

  • The Soul City garage, located off of Adams St.
  • Parking lot on 11 W. Monroe St. on the corner of Monroe St. and Aberdeen St.
  • Mercy Home parking lots on the corner of Racine Ave. and Jackson Blvd., and on Racine Ave. between Jackson Blvd. and Adams St.
  • Montessori parking lot on Racine Ave. between Jackson Blvd. and Adams St.

We can’t wait to see you this Sunday!

Hey Soul City!

A quick message for those joining us in person this weekend:

Recently, the CDC shared new guidelines for wearing face masks in public and in indoor settings to promote safety in areas with substantial risks of transmission. Therefore, we are requiring that masks are worn while in the building on Sundays.

We are continuously reviewing the CDC guidelines and what our next steps will be – as your safety remains our priority.

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