This church is a good example of helping others and living the lives we were intended to live, with extensive outreach programs to help the underpriviledged, the homeless, athe hungry, and those who are just plain lonely and in need of fellowship. Fourth Presbyterian church is inclusive of all peoples, with groups for parishioners from all walks of life and persuasions. Importantly, they do all of this with a great sense of humor -- I haven't attended a single service when the pastor didn't have us all chuckling at several points. If you're looking for a spiritual home, or in need, go to Fourth Presbyterian Church on North Michigan Avenue (across from the Hancock Building).
5757 S University AveChicago, IL 60637
The New World Christian Ministries is the organization in which the Douglass-Tubman Child Development Center was incorporated as a licensed full-time preschool and after school programs in the community of Austin where the population has increased steadily over the past few years. Therefore, these programs have become more vital for the stability of the community. I invite you to tell people about this Christian based day care, which has been funded to enhance and supplement its lesson plan with the Anti-Bias Curriculum," created by Louise Derman-Sparks. This curriculum teaches children the importance of accepting, valuing and showing concern for self as well as others.
YellowPages.com's entry for Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church is incorrect. The church's address, phone number, fax number, and e-mail address are as follows: Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church 600 W. Fullerton Parkway Chicago, Illinois 60614-2614 Telephone: 773-248-8288 Fax: 773-248-1915 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The church is located on the northwest corner of West Fullerton Parkway (2400 North) and North Geneva Terrace (600 West) in Chicago, Illinois.