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What’s going on?

Many Christians are familiar with the slogan “WWJD” as a way to remind ourselves to ask, “What would Jesus do?” But Jesus also came to undo some things. He challenged some religious practices that were turning people away from church. He surprised people by reaching out to the marginalized. He undid the effects of sin and judgement, bringing hope to the broken, the lost, and anyone tangled in poor choices.

Jesus is still in the business of undoing the messes we make. In this new series, starting July 1, we’ll take an intense look at seven letters to seven churches—and we might find that these letters are speaking to us today. If you have some knots in your life that you’d like to see Jesus undo, you’ll be right at home with the rest of us tangled-up people who meet at Living Springs. Join us at 10:00am at 19051 S. Halsted in Glenwood, Illinois, for our summer series: What Would Jesus Undo?

What’s coming up?

Vacation Bible School! (July 9–13, 2018) At Living Springs, Vacation Bible School is a time for kids to spend summer mornings learning Bible stories in a fun setting. Our theme this year is “Time Lab,” and kids will discover Jesus from eternity past to eternity present! Imagine traveling through time and meeting the most important man ever—a man who was also God. One who turned the world upside-down. One who existed outside of time. Time Lab helps kids learn that Jesus was present before and during Creation, throughout the Old Testament, at the cross, at the Father’s right hand, and in the new heaven and the new earth.

Join us July 9–13, 9:00am–12:00pm. Registration is required—click the link below to go to the registration page:

Questions? Email Cristin Verver.

What else?

Did you know we have a sister church? Yes, in Honduras. They’ve been our sister church for a long time, but we just recently added a new page to our website, so people can find out more about them. You can find “Our sister church” under the About tab above, or use this shortcut link:



Contact Living Springs

In Glenwood—

Office hours are 8:30am–4:30pm, Monday–Friday.
Sunday services are usually at 9:00am and 10:30am, but this summer, from June 10–August 12, we’ll be meeting for one high-impact service at 10:00am each Sunday.

In Riverdale—

There are no office hours, but you can call the Glenwood location for information: 708-709-0100 Sunday School is at 9:00am, and worship services are at 10:00am almost every Sunday.

You don’t have to be a member of either the Glenwood or the Riverdale congregation to feel welcome at any of our services. Living Springs is just a collection of people who are willing to admit we don’t have all the answers. We gather as friends and fellow seekers to help each other and to get help from God. Join us any time!