My Brother's Kitchen

MBK is a collaborative ministry, bringing together suburban and urban people to serve a meal to the community and eat together. We'll be serving and eating together on the 4th Saturday of the month from 11 am- 1 pm at 1241 S Pulaski, Chicago. Contact Tara Tameling.

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Yorkfield Food Pantry

Elmhurst CRC collects food for Yorkfield Food Pantry on the third Sunday of every month.

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York Community Resource Center

York Community Resource Center is a multi-purpose neighborhood resource center serving residents of Villa Park, providing them the opportunity to become all that God intends them to be. Staff are professionally trained to serve each person’s physical, social and spiritual needs. Services are available without preference to all people and, where fees apply, based on one’s ability to pay.

Services include Elementary and Middle School after school and summer programs where children are provided homework assistance, emotional learning and recreation as well as life skills training. Case management services are offered to assist families with setting goals and overcoming obstacles they may face economically, emotionally, and with other challenges they may face.

A team from Elmhurst CRC provides a God Time, a biblically-based element to children at the center.



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Jubilee II


Prison Ministry

For more than ten years Elmhurst CRC has shared a special relationship with the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. Our relationship has included

  • One on one mentoring with inmate pastors 4 to 6 times each year

  • Joint Christmas celebration worship services via the internet

  • Team visits including games with inmates, worship services and a shared meal

  • Worship retreats for inmate pastors led by Elmhurst Church staff

  • Sending 800 Christmas packs that are distributed among the inmates.

  • Inviting inmate chaplains to visit Elmhurst Church



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5th Sunday Serve

On the fifth Sunday of the month, we go out as a church and do service projects. We call it the 5th Sunday Serve, and it happens four to five times yearly. Serve projects include distributing food, packing for prisons, making blankets for those currently homeless, dry-walling and painting for a ministry partner, provide facility and maintenance support to outreach partners, and lots more.