All are welcome!
Whether you’re ready to connect with a congregation or just exploring possibilities, you’ll get a warm welcome here from our open, accepting group. Although our heritage is largely Judeo-Christian, we welcome people of all religious backgrounds and embrace diversity in race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. Please join us for an upcoming service.
Our Sunday services
Lake Shore Unitarian Society meets every Sunday following Labor Day through May at the Winnetka Community House, 620 Lincoln Avenue in Winnetka (corner of Pine & Lincoln), in Room 101 on the first floor. Our services begin at 10:30 a.m. and include music by our gifted concert pianist, Elif Allenfort, congregational hymns and songs, inspirational or thought-provoking readings, and a guest speaker. After services, we catch up with friends old and new in an informal coffee hour.
Bring your children
LSUS is a great place for kids! While parents are in services, preschoolers through high schoolers take part in developmentally appropriate Sunday school classes. 7th graders and up participate in lively discussions, site visits to other congregations, and social service projects. Their classes are held in the Women's Exchange space adjacent to the Community House. Younger students have their own discussions. Classes begin with a “Joys and Concerns” session. The students learn about the world’s major religions through crafts, games, and other engaging activities.
Location & Parking
Winnetka Community House is in downtown Winnetka, within five miles of 11 north suburban Chicago communities, from Evanston and Wilmette to Glenview and Northbrook. Click the map on the right to go to Google Map. Ample parking is available in two public lots immediately adjacent to the Community House. The entrance to one is on Lincoln, south of Pine; the other is on Pine, west of Lincoln.