• Due to the Coronavirus we are not celebrating services. You can click on this image for Music from the Third Sunday after Pentecost
  • Click on the photo to read more about St. Giles!
  • Glenbrook CROP Walk checks were presented on February 13. Click on the photo for more details.
  • Christmas Eve with Lynelle Kirkwood, Celtic Harp
  • Home made Chrism oil for baptisms
  • We feed people ~ body, mind, and spirit. Come as you are.
  • Our Genesis Mural. Click on the photo to learn more.
  • Spring in our Garden of Feedin'. CLICK on the photo to learn more.
  • Our altar frontal and lectern panel were created by members of the parish
  • Our Evensong was February 23, 4 pm. Click on the image for more details.
  • Gather in the Garden Outdoor Sevice


St. Giles Temporary Closing

Due to the complexities of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) we will not be gathering for worship or hosting activities at St. Giles for the present time.

That includes, unfortunately, services. You can find more details about how our diocese is dealing with the virus by clicking here.

You can hear our bells ringing viting our Facebook page by clicking here.

You can get the readings for the day by clicking here to the Episcopal Church Liturgal Calendar.

You can read letters from our Extended Supply Priest, Rev. Tom Scott, by clicking here.

You can read the most recent Diocese General eNewsletter by clicking here and past issues by clicking here.

And you can find sermons from Bishop Lee and more on the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago home page.

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We are a Christian community in the Anglican/Episcopal tradition, diverse in background, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, national origin, domestic status, and economic condition, yet one in Christ. We welcome all into our fellowship, recognizing that where the world often seeks to divide, isolate, and polarize, the way of Jesus offers community, hope, reconciliation, and healing. We invite you to "come as you are," and join us in the beautiful, messy, and joyous experience that is the Christian journey.


Read more about The Episcopal Church's statement on LGBTQI inclusion here, and that of the Diocese of Chicago here.

  July 2020  
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