Calendar At A Glance

Sun, Mar. 24 9:00 am | HTLakeview Adult Choir Rehearsal Sun, Mar. 24 9:00 am | Eucharist Sun, Mar. 24 10:00 am | Sunday School Sun, Mar. 24 10:00 am | Confirmation Class Sun, Mar. 24 10:50 am | Children's Choir Rehearsal

Sunday in Lakeview

9:00 & 11:00 a.m. + 1218 W Addison


Saturday Night in the Loop

5:00 p.m. + 637 S Dearborn

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Sunday Of The Passion/Palm Sunday, April 14

  • 9am and 11am – Procession with Palms and Luke Passion (gather outside, weather permitting)

Maundy Thursday, April 18

  • 7:15pm- Liturgy of Maundy Thursday (Corporate Confession, Footwashing (optional), Eucharist, and Stripping of the Altar)

Good Friday, April 19

  • 11am-1pm- Church open for self-guided Stations of the Cross (1:20pm Cubs Home Game)
  • 7:15pm- Liturgy of Good Friday (Saint John Passion, Bidding Prayer, Procession of the Cross)

Easter Eve, April 20 (no service at HTLoop)

  • 7:15pm - The Great Vigil of Easter, followed by festive sparkling beverage reception (Blessing of the New Fire, Easter Proclamation, Readings, Affirmation of Baptism, First Eucharist of Easter)

Easter Day, April 21

  • 9am and 11am - Festival Eucharists – (with brass, timpani, and choir) (1:20pm Cubs Home Game)


Palm/Passion Sunday– Saturday, April 13

  • 5pm – Procession with Palms and Luke Passion

Maundy Thursday, April 18

  • 6:30pm- Liturgy of Maundy Thursday (Agape Meal, Eucharist, and Stripping of the Altar)

Good Friday, April 19

  • Noon – Good Friday Liturgy (40 minutes; Joint service with Grace Episcopal)

  • 6:30pm– Liturgy of Good Friday (Joint service with Grace Episcopal)

Easter Eve, April 20 (no service at HTLoop)

Easter Day, April 21

  • 8am and 10am- Grace Episcopal’s Easter Eucharists

Recent Blog Posts

  • God as a Mother Hen. A Mothering God spreading her wings over us. A Mothering God feeding us with her very own life. A Mothering God sheltering her brood. A Mothering God embracing us through whatever risks and dangers are still ahead. What do these images, these metaphors for God, have to say to us today?

  • For many Lent is a time to "give something up" like sweets, meat or alcohol. This "fast" can be a balance to our over-indulgent lives and prepare us for the feast of Easter.

    The traditional "disciplines" of Lent are fasting, almsgiving and prayer. You might want to consider your own ways to incorporate these aspects into your Lenten observance. Lent can also be a time to take something on for the season.

  • In this community, we’re reminded of our identity and our future. When the world’s evils try to convince us that we are not good enough, that we can be freer with more power or prestige, that we should rely on ourselves and no one else, we come to this holy place to have our baptismal identity, Beloved Child of God, renewed and restored. Let us go forward in the next 40 days and beyond, rooted in this identity to live confidently in God’s abundant love for everyone.  

  • God is inviting us into the shelter of the most high even as we cry out “Gimme shelter!” It is here and now, it is in the delicious bread and wine we share at communion, it’s in refreshing water of our baptism, it is the infinite in the finite, it is ultimate and everlasting, the land of milk and honey, the shelter of the most high, in the desert, the wilderness, the war torn area, the stormy, pain soaked places of our lives, God’s shelter is there too.

Greetings from Pastor Mueller

Holy Trinity is unlike the churches most of us grew up in. Because it is fluid and ever-changing, the congregation has a remarkable spirit of openness and vitality. Yes, we value our Lutheran heritage and the ancient roots of our liturgy, yet we delight in a faith that is ever new and infused with a message for the needs and concerns of our contemporary world. As somebody recently put it: Our faith is two thousand years old, but our thinking is not.