In case you missed it, yesterday's sermon focused on the personal access we have to God's heavenly throne room. It's specifically on account of Jesus' sacrifice that we enjoy this incredible privilege. But, to paraphrase Ben Parker: with great privilege comes great responsibility. Because we've been granted this privileged access, Hebrews admonishes us to draw near to God in full assurance, hold fast to our confession, and consider how to stir each

In accordance with the State of Illinois’ Shelter-in-Place order, Village Church of Lincolnshire (VCL) has not met as a congregation since March 8th, 2020. As Illinois follows Governor Pritzker’s reopening plan, VCL will be taking every precaution to keep its congregants and local communities safe. Because of this, the elder board is moving forward toward reopening according to Governor Pritzker’s plan, which is broken up into five phases:  Phase 1: Rapid Spread High

How did you make these decisions? As we thought about what was next for us as a church, three realities became apparent.  The first is the calling of the church to be together, “stirring one another up to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near” (Heb 10:25). A vital part of

During the coronavirus outbreak, our church has decided to forego its usual corporate gathering and to worship as individuals, families, and in small groups. This liturgy is designed to help us maintain unity in our worship—even while we're separated. To learn more about why we're worshipping in this way, what a liturgy is, and how it works, click here. The liturgy is available for you to look at any time, but a