Ministries & Events

Our Social Action Ministries step out into different communities of the Chicago land area.  As part of our commitment we continue to ask the question, what are we being called to do?  We hold regular meetings to explore and implement these callings. Here are some of our outreach programs:
 
Share Food Share Love Food Pantry — We are a partner with Share Food, Share Love Food Pantry located at 9030 Brookfield Ave in Brookfield..  They serve the residents of Brookfield, LaGrange Park, Lyons, North Riverside and Riverside with food assistance.  The people of Holy Covenant MCC donate money and toiletries to help those in need in our community through this cause. The money that is collected is used to purchase food from the Greater Chicago Food Depository which includes fresh fruit, vegetable and sometimes meat. We also volunteer to work there on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings. If you are in the area, you may call 630.347.5390, www.sharefoodsharelove.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sharefoodsharelove for assistance information. The food pantry is open Tuesday evenings 7:00pm to 9:00 pm and Saturday mornings 10:00am to 12:00pm.

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Meditation with Mary Ann –
Mary Ann Latsaras, MSW, OM, ACHT has meditation every other Wednesday for everyone at 7:00 pm. Please check the Events Calendar to see what day it will be on.

AA Meetings – We have AA Meetings four days a week. Please check our events calendar for days and times.

AgeOptions – Thrive With Pride

Partnering With Overnight Shelters — We continue to support Bed Plus in any way we can.

LGBT Suburban Resource Committee —  Holy Covenant is a member of this committee which works to bring LGBT awareness and resource information to the suburban areas.

West Suburban Senior Services (S.A.G.E.) – Services and Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Elders – West Suburban Senior Services have been assisting senior citizens in the near West Cook County suburbs for over 40 years. WSSS was founded to serve seniors in the western suburbs and continues to evolve to meet the needs of the senior community in our area. Our services have grown over the years and include an array of community-based programs, including the Community Care Program; Adult Day Services; Elder Abuse Forensic Center; Geriatric Mental Health Center, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Seniors Programs; Friendly Visitor Program, Senior Center activities, and Podiatry services. Each year we serve over 9,000 different senior citizens and their families.Adopt a Christmas Family — We provide and deliver gifts to needy families in the area or in our congregation.

Connecting with your Senators and House Representatives in Washington – Want to write to the people who represent you in Washington including the President? Here are links to help you out.

Senators:  U.S. Senate: Senators of the 115th Congress

House: Find your Representative

President of the United States: Direct to the White House