• A few highlights concerning potential places of missional engagement within the UIC Area: “Make a difference and help people with disabilities achieve their goals.” Consider volunteering at Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago at 1001 Roosevelt. Also, Paulie’s Place on 18th and Union has karaoke night each Friday from 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM.
  • A brief calendar of important/interesting upcoming events: This weekend, another open studio, this time on 18th Street in Pilsen. Don’t miss out! Also, the Chicago Park District offers more than 50 Halloween events this year. That’s a lot! Check them out.
  • This week’s helpful resource: Two Resources. First, here is another helpful site if you are looking to understand better the 25th Ward. Second, I would just point out Spread Truth, which offers some great resources for help in understanding and sharing the gospel.
  • Did you know… Chicago’s own Jane Addams, founder of the Hull House (which is found in the UIC Area), was the first American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Peace (1931). The Hull House opened in 1889 to aid Chicago immigrants. You can learn more about Jane Addams here.

Have an amazing week everybody. Treasure Christ!

Andrew