Through Fellowship, we explore shared interests while developing and deepening relationships with one another. It is a fun way to know us better through stimulating lunches with great programs, shared outdoor and cultural activities, small reading groups for casual discussion inside the church and in member’s homes and more.
Look below for opportunities to participate in the many varied Fellowship activities at Kenilworth Union Church. Some groups meet weekly or once a month while others are annual or one-time events. You are not obligated to attend each time so you may want to try out what we have to offer and go from there. General inquiries about Fellowship and related activities may be directed to Sallie Smith.
We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming gathering!
A Blood Drive in Memory of Katie Davis
A biannual blood drive taking place in the Fall and the Spring.
Intermediate Bridge meets weekly online throughout the year. Please contact Diane Kirts for more information.
First Wednesday Lunch and Program
Gather in the Culbertson Room on the first Wednesday of each month to enjoy a guest speaker and delicious food—luncheon/program for ages “60 and over”. RSVP required.
Meet for lessons and play on Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. in the Warwick Manse. Due to street parking on, Warwick and Kenilworth Avenues, please plan accordingly. Contact Martha Hoza for more information.
Enjoy morning Hybrid gatherings over coffee that meets Wednesdays at 10 a.m. in the Church Library for open and casual discussions.
A casual group of movie-lovers gather on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. to watch a film followed by a brief discussion. Please contact Suzanne Hale for more information.
Special potluck dinners are held in the Culbertson Room for church members of all ages.
A fancy annual event bringing women, girls, relatives, and friends together for a Saturday afternoon tea. Please join us early March in the Culbertson Room.
Sunday Morning Welcome Desk Weekly Volunteers
Every Sunday men and women sign up to staff the desk inside the east door of the church. They greet people as they come in and leave and when needed they answer questions or provide direction.
Tables for Eight
Groups of eight or ten are arranged and gather for a casual potluck dinner in member’s homes.
Enjoy this special opportunity to visit little known venues and different areas of Chicago, in a small group.
A friendly, casual group that rotates meetings in private homes on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. to enjoy food, wine, and conversation.
Women’s Reading Group
This group meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 9:30 a.m. to read an article or two together and pausing to share and comment. Please contact Suzanne Hale for more information.