Join Greenhouse as a Bookkeeping Assistant

The Greenhouse Movement is seeking an experienced Bookkeeping Assistant. Chicago-based Greenhouse is at the edge of exciting mission work nationally under the Anglican church, partnering with ministries that start new churches in urban Chicago, feed children at the Mexican border, and serve with Kenyan missionaries. The Bookkeeping Assistant position requires a core competency in managing […]

Special: Greenhouse Blessing June 30, 2017

Greenhouse mission staff, leaders, and friends are invited to a special gathering called by Bishop Stewart Ruch III, Diocese of the Upper Midwest in the Anglican Church of North America. Rev Canon William Beasley will be present alongside the Bishop for a blessing and celebration around Greenhouse’s ministry, including a special announcement. The event is […]

The Feast of Pentecost: Sowing the First Fruits

Pentecost (or First Fruits) is one of the three major Jewish feasts established in the Torah (Leviticus 23:15-16).  It was celebrated fifty days after Passover when the first fruits of the wheat harvest were presented to God and it commemorated the giving of the Law to Moses on Sinai.  All Jewish males were expected to […]

Healed to Hope, Healed to Give: A story from Equipped to Heal 2015

I wasn’t ready for the 2015 Equipped to Heal Conference. I had been anticipating the conference since I had heard about it a month before; I was excited to learn how to pray for the healing of others, but I was completely unprepared for the healing that God was wanting to do in me. The […]

Making Ready to Move: Remembering the SEND 2016 Conference

By: Karen Savella It’s a funny thing when the sight of a barefoot, mustachioed man walking across a church sanctuary at eight o’clock in the morning is met with just a sleepy smile and a wave, instead of confusion and perhaps a security guard. But then again, this is SEND we’re talking about. It’s not […]

Small Acts of Faith: Celebrating Redeemer’s NU 10th Anniversary

On the sunny and brisk morning of March 6th, 2016, I opened the enormous wooden doors of Swift Hall on Northwestern University’s campus. On this particular Sunday, we were gathering together to celebrate that just over 10 years ago, Church of the Redeemer held its first service in another small chapel that sat in the […]