Love Works

Soul City is a local church with a global mission and we long to make a lasting, dignifying and sustainable impact on our community, the city of Chicago and the world.

By educating and equipping through historical and current events and experiences, we mobilize our community to put the transforming love of Jesus in action by meeting immediate needs, acting justly and living compassionately.

Through local and global organizations, we take an initial posture of learning and then we move in action to love our neighbors well. In the places and spaces where people are hurting, we intentionally partner and invest in these connections that lead to long-term solutions of deeper love and healing.

Serve locally and globally

Share the transforming love of Jesus with others by serving a meal, mentoring a student, meeting immediate needs in different seasons and so much more. Stay up to date with serving opportunities in Chicago and around the world.

House of Hope

House of Hope is a visible movement of the church that meets needs through resources, responds to needs of justice and mental health and walks with people as neighbors and advocates.

Resources

House of Hope is a visible movement of the church that meets needs through resources, responds to needs of justice and mental health and walks with people as neighbors and advocates.

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Madeline Holler

House of Hope Director

Welcome to Love Works!

My name is Madeline and I have the privilege of leading the ways we engage in our community and around the world. I love learning about different organizations and connecting Soul City to serving opportunities.

We will have such a beautiful impact in our cities and the world if we show up with love to meet the practical needs of our communities.

Will you join me as we put transformation in action?

Coming Up at Love Works

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Leading People Into a Transforming Relationship with Jesus
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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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