God of Many Faiths
Jun
4
4:00 pm16:00

God of Many Faiths

  • Pilgrim Congregational Church

*TRAFFIC ALERT* Due to street closures along Lake Street for Oak Park's A Day in Our Village festival, as well as the Oak Park and River Forest High School Commencement, please allow extra time for travel and parking.


An exploration of spiritual reflection across different faith traditions while observing a central tenet of them all—we are of one essence

featuring works from faith traditions including Buddhism, Judaism, and Islam, and in languages including Hindi, Xhosa, and Latin

God of Many Faiths
Jun
3
7:00 pm19:00

God of Many Faiths

  • Saint James Evangelical Lutheran

An exploration of spiritual reflection across different faith traditions while observing a central tenet of them all—we are of one essence

featuring works from faith traditions including Buddhism, Judaism, and Islam, and in languages including Hindi, Xhosa, and Latin

A Cappella
Mar
19
4:00 pm16:00

A Cappella

  • Resurrection Lutheran Church

A special convergence of blend, harmony, intonation, and phrasing that creates an authentic choral experience, all without instrumental accompaniment

including selections by Scarlatti, Schubert, Ticheli, R. Thompson, Gjeilo, Josquin, and Gibbs


Easily accessible via the CTA's Red and Brown Lines (Belmont stop); a parking lot is also available

A Cappella
Mar
18
7:00 pm19:00

A Cappella

  • Immanuel Lutheran Church

A special convergence of blend, harmony, intonation, and phrasing that creates an authentic choral experience, all without instrumental accompaniment

including selections by Scarlatti, Schubert, Ticheli, R. Thompson, Gjeilo, Josquin, and Gibbs


Easily accessible via the CTA's Purple Line (Dempster or Davis stops) and Metra's UP-N Line (Evanston Davis stop); parking available in the adjacent lot on the east side of Sherman Place

The Gift
Dec
11
4:00 pm16:00

The Gift

  • Saints Peter and Paul Lutheran Church

When gifts of love, understanding, and empathy are offered as a way of life, the season of giving never ends.

featuring selections from J.S. Bach, Whitacre, Helvey, Meader, and Forrest, including traditional favorites

The Gift
Dec
10
7:00 pm19:00

The Gift

  • Saint Luke Church

When gifts of love, understanding, and empathy are offered as a way of life, the season of giving never ends.

featuring selections from J.S. Bach, Whitacre, Helvey, Meader, and Forrest, including traditional favorites

 

Pay parking is available in the parking structure behind the building. Enter from Melrose Street (one block north, parallel to Belmont).
  
The area is also served by the CTA's Brown and Red lines and the Lincoln, Ashland and Belmont bus routes.

Caroling at Cloud Gate
Dec
4
6:00 pm18:00

Caroling at Cloud Gate

  • Millennium Park

Carol with us at "The Bean!" Once again, LCC will be part of the Caroling at Cloud Gate series in Millennium Park. Bring your friends, family, and office-mates for a preview of our "Star" repertoire, and help us warm up the crowd with some well-known and well-loved carols. Join us for this free holiday tradition, now in its tenth season.

Sing to God
May
31
4:00 pm16:00

Sing to God

  • Resurrection Lutheran Church

Sacred song as a source of joy, escape, ceremony, ritual, renewal, and worship

Parking is available in the Hawthorne Scholastic Academy parking lot, just north of the church on Seminary Ave.

Sing to God
May
30
7:00 pm19:00

Sing to God

  • St. Luke's Lutheran Church of Logan Square

Sacred song as a source of joy, escape, ceremony, ritual, renewal, and worship

Street parking can be found on California, Logan, Sacramento and Schubert.

Gospel Partners
Mar
15
4:00 pm16:00

Gospel Partners

  • Pilgrim Congregational Church

Uniting the talents of the Lutheran Choir of Chicago and the Lutheran School of Theology Gospel Choir in a collaborative program of hope and praise to God

Gospel Partners
Mar
14
7:00 pm19:00

Gospel Partners

  • Lutheran School of Theology

Uniting the talents of the Lutheran Choir of Chicago and the Lutheran School of Theology Gospel Choir in a collaborative program of hope and praise to God

Gospel Prelude
Mar
13
8:00 pm20:00

Gospel Prelude

  • Winnetka Congregational Church

A special LCC performance on the eve of our weekend collaboration with the Lutheran School of Theology Gospel Choir

The Nativity
Dec
14
4:00 pm16:00

The Nativity

  • Sts. Peter & Paul Lutheran Church

We share the joy of the season - from the angels' announcement of God's blessing to Mary, to the fulfillment of the scriptures in the birth of Jesus

featuring works by John Rutter, Morten Lauridsen, and F. Melius Christiansen

The Nativity
Dec
13
7:00 pm19:00

The Nativity

  • Saint Luke Church

We share the joy of the season - from the angels' announcement of God's blessing to Mary, to the fulfillment of the scriptures in the birth of Jesus

featuring works by John Rutter, Morten Lauridsen, and F. Melius Christiansen

Caroling at Cloud Gate
Dec
5
6:00 pm18:00

Caroling at Cloud Gate

  • Millennium Park

Carol with us at "The Bean!" LCC will be part of the Caroling at Cloud Gate series in Millennium Park, a free holiday tradition now in its ninth season. Bring your friends, family, and office-mates for a preview of our "Nativity" repertoire, and help us warm up the crowd with some well-known and well-loved carols.

presented by the City of Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events

Alleluia!
Jun
1
4:00 pm16:00

Alleluia!

  • St. Nicholas Episcopal Church

an expression of praise, featuring settings by Bach, Handel, Beethoven, Thompson and Whitacre

Alleluia!
May
31
7:00 pm19:00

Alleluia!

  • Wicker Park Lutheran Church

an expression of praise, featuring settings by Bach, Handel, Beethoven, Thompson and Whitacre

I AM
Mar
16
4:00 pm16:00

I AM

  • Resurrection Lutheran Church

an exploration of identity, both earthly and celestial

featuring works ranging from the classical (Schubert and Mendelssohn) to the contemporary (Hayes and Hampton)

I AM
Mar
15
7:00 pm19:00

I AM

  • Pilgrim Congregational Church

an exploration of identity, both earthly and celestial

featuring works ranging from the classical (Schubert and Mendelssohn) to the contemporary (Hayes and Hampton)