Music to feed your soul Our Organist, Mio Nakamura, has shared her music on YouTube.
Friday Noon Concerts from Fourth Presbyterian Church: You can listen live at 12:10 p.m. or afterwards at: www.bit.ly/fpcprograms.
Face masks are required in stores and outside when 6 feet distances are impossible. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a free handmade mask. Or support our parishioner Kate’s sewing business, Masks on Mars, by purchasing one from her on etsy.
Cathedral Counseling Center, a ministry partner of Episcopal Charities and Community Services, continues to provide accessible mental health care to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Services are available via a tele-health platform and sliding scale fees are available. For assistance, please call 312.252.9500, ext. 130 to speak with an intake manager.
Quarantine Care for Others
Groceries purchase and delivery needed for our refugee families. Please email email@example.com if you would like to be part of a schedule of deliveries.
Please take or leave non-perishable foods from our Little Free Food Pantry which is located in a shed behind the church (enter through the driveway off Byron Street).
St. John’s supports Peace House; so can you! https://www.igrowchicago.org/peace-house/
Want to help those who are unable to work or get help at this time? Give to Little Village Mutual Aid: https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/littevillagemutualaid
Support Episcopal Charities During the COVID-19 pandemic, Episcopal Charities’ network of ministry partners is continuing to provide support and services including food, housing, chaplaincy and mental health care. Episcopal Charities has compiled an ongoing list of ways to help support its ministry partners. Learn more about Episcopal Charities.
Support restaurants and neighbors in need in the Irving Park neighborhood: https://iheartirvingpark.com/