Weekends at Willow

Welcome to Willow! We’re so excited to gather on Sundays—in person and online—for services, kids, and student programs. As always, you can check out a service on WillowCreek.TV, or plan a Sunday visit at one of our Chicagoland locations:

Chicago: 10 a.m. • Crystal Lake: 9 & 11 a.m. • Huntley: 9 & 11 a.m.North Shore: 10 a.m.South Barrington: 9 & 11:15 a.m.South Lake: 9 & 11 a.m.Wheaton: 9 & 11 a.m. • Casa de Luz: 9 & 11:15 a.m. 

Current Series: Road Trip Radio

Coming out of this past season of sheltering and distress, it feels like it’s been years since we’ve had the fun, play, and sun of summer. However, in Jeremiah 31, God paints a picture of restoration and nourishment after a season of languish, and part of His restorative picture is song among His people! Throughout this series, we’ll explore the power of music by studying different Psalms across a wide variety of situations and themes.

Week 1 (July 11) | Track 103 | Shawn Williams

Many of us think of God as temperamental, with a short fuse ready to blow up on us after our next mistake. The Bible shows us the exact opposite. Our God is patient; we can never out-sin His love and redemption is always available to us through His Son--Jesus.

Week 2 (July 18) | Track 46 | Campus Pastors

We cannot avoid conflict, but we can control our response to it. Will we seek refuge through our earthly desires, or will we trust God and run to Him, allowing Him to be our refuge, strength, and fortress?

Week 3 (July 25) | Track 23 | Ed Stetzer

We live our lives at breakneck speeds, striving to be everything to everybody else, only to leave ourselves more tired and empty. But when we submit to Jesus as the Good Shepherd--Jehovah Rohi--we can find a peace and rest only He can offer.

Week 4 (August 1) | Track 119 | Miguel De La Mora

Many of us are in a rhythm that’s leaving us feeling frustrated and confused; we’re “off-beat.” Yet, if we allow it, God’s Word can interrupt our unhealthy rhythms and get us in sync with His heart and desires for us.

Week 5 (August 8) | Track 150 | Dave Dummitt

Worship isn’t something we’re supposed to do only once a week on Sundays. God created worship to soak into every area of our lives during every hour of every day.