Thanksgiving online worship offered at Christ Church Oak Brook-Butterfield

Submitted by Elliott Peppers
Updated 11/24/2020 12:04 PM

Finding reasons to give thanks in a year where so many have lost and endured so much can be a struggle for many who may have few moments to celebrate. And with COVID-19 looming, even celebrations must be somewhat muted.

The staff at Christ Church Oak Brook -- Butterfield invite all people regardless of background, faith or no faith to take a moment to pause and reflect on one or two good things are present in their lives for which to be grateful -- instead of being consumed by everything that has gone wrong this year.


"I feel so grateful for the warm response given by the wider community to our recent message series on "Wisdom for Conflicted Times", said Rev. Dr. Daniel Meyer, Senior Pastor. "In our ongoing effort to provide love that changes life, I want to invite everyone to attend our online Thanksgiving services. We'll be sharing a message and music that I hope puts you in touch with your blessings, even amidst this very tough year."

Online Thanksgiving services are scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 6:30 p.m. and Thursday, Nov. 26 at 9 a.m. livestreamed at and its Facebook page ChristChurch.US, and will be available on demand after 6:30 p.m. at

For more information about Christ Church, visit Weekend worship services are in-person with advanced reservation as well as livestreamed on Sunday mornings for Contemporary and Classic services. For reservations and safety information, please visit


About Christ Church: Founded in 1965, Christ Church is a multisite, nondenominational church in the Chicago suburbs with more than 6,000 members. Christ Church features a variety of inspiring worship options including classic, classic communion and contemporary services. All people are offered the opportunity to build life-changing relationships with God and one another with a rich range of spiritual growth resources, and a selection of service ministries aimed at creating positive change in the world. Weekend services are held at the Oak Brook and Butterfield (formerly Downers Grove) locations, as well as via livestream at For more information, visit

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