Christ Church Oak Brook offers online worship

  • Christ Church is livestreaming its Sunday worship services, including live organ music.

    Christ Church is livestreaming its Sunday worship services, including live organ music. Courtesy of Christ Church

Posted3/25/2020 12:56 PM

Christ Church Oak Brook has suspended in-person worship services due to growing concerns over the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and out of an abundance of care and caution for its community.

All Christ Church worship services are being livestreamed. In-person services have been canceled. Attendees are asked to gather online at 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday, March 29, at


The small and mid-size group ministries continue to meet online. Join the discussion. The Grow Ministry is offering 15 minute prayer breaks daily at 12:30 p.m. (CST) on weekdays via Zoom. All large-group gatherings at the church have been suspended. For up-to-date information on church protocol and meeting status, please visit

Christ Church is postponing its annual production of "The Passion," initially scheduled for Palm Sunday April 5 to May 3.

Christ Church had already begun communicating to its congregants to avoid shaking hands and embracing temporarily, providing additional daily disinfecting of common and office areas, and distributing hand sanitizers throughout its locations.

For more information about Christ Church, visit

Founded in 1965, Christ Church is a multisite, nondenominational church in the Chicago suburbs with more than 6,000 members. Christ Church features a variety of inspiring worship options including classic, classic communion and contemporary services. All people are offered the opportunity to build life-changing relationships with God and one another with a rich range of spiritual growth resources, and a selection of service ministries aimed at creating positive change in the world.

Weekend services are held at the Oak Brook and Butterfield (formerly Downers Grove) locations, as well as via livestream at

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