Feeding the hungry, building bridges, and combating racism and poverty—these are just a few examples of the amazing work being done in our community that will be honored at the 2021 McKinley Foundation Social Justice Awards Gala. Held annually, the awards “celebrate students and community members who have demonstrated contributions and achievement in making our […]
Scars and wounds, questions and crises of faith—all are present in the story of Jesus coming to Thomas a week after the resurrection. Join Heidi and members of the McKinley community as they offer prayers of healing and wholeness for ourselves and the world.
Registration for this event is now closed. Join hosts Tom Seals, Ruth Wene, Clyde Sweet, and Cynthia Sweet on April 24 for a guided spring wildflower hike on the Rayburn-Purnell Trail, located at Lake of the Woods Forest Preserve in Mahomet, IL. Experienced hikers will lead us through the trail, helping to identify and explain […]
Join us this Sunday as We walk to the tomb with the first witnesses and evangelists — who were women! We celebrate God’s love in communion. We receive new members. Beginning around 10:25, we will celebrate God’s power to overcome the evils in our world.
This Sunday is Palm Sunday and Passion Sunday. Members of the McKinley community will read Mark’s story of Jesus’s last week, also known as the Passion according to Mark. The readings will alternate with music performed by McKinley musicians. Join us for this poignant observation of Jesus’s last days.
The Green Team recently applied for a $5,000 grant from Nature’s Path to build a fence and make other needed improvements to the McKinley Giving Garden. We’ve done our part by submitting the grant application. Now we need your help: Winners are selected based on the number of votes we receive in support by our […]
Join the McKinley Foundation’s film committee for a conversation about the film “Minari.” Using Zoom, a guided discussion will take place Saturday, April 17, 11:00 a.m. to Noon. We are pleased to have Yoonjung Kang, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology at UIUC join us to moderate a discussion about the film and Korean-American culture. This […]
In John 12, two people approach the disciples and say, “We wish to see Jesus.” When you think about Jesus, what do you “see?” Who is Jesus to you? When you think about Jesus’ death, what meaning does that hold for you? Pastor Heidi will consider these and other questions this Sunday, and guest musician […]