Welcome to St. Elisabeth’s

We at St. Elisabeth’s share an adventurous spirit and a commitment to radiate God’s love within and beyond our red doors.

We worship in the Episcopal tradition. The Table set in our midst is God’s Table and has no specific denominational or religious label. As God’s children all are welcome to receive communion there. We are an inclusive congregation in the Village of Glencoe in the North Shore of Chicago, we are an Episcopal Church, part of the Diocese of Chicago, the Episcopal Church in the United States—one of many churches that make up the world-wide Anglican Communion.



Sunday Forums in April

Sunday Forums are held throughout the year at 11:20 following the 10:00 service. All are welcome. 

Nine of our visitors from Nantes in front of their 2017 parish quilt project.

April 22 – Orientation to A French Dip: A dozen visitors from Nantes, France will be arriving in Glencoe for an exploration of religion in America on October 17 through October 29, 2018.  St. Elisabeth’s will be the hosts for this intercultural exchange!  This information session will to share the French group’s goals and interests, to offer a breakdown of tasks we need for welcoming them, and to respond to your questions.  Led by Hall Healy, Susan Newcomb, and  Daphne Cody



April 29 – Abiding in the Garden of John: Eastertide this year brings us several readings from the Gospel according to John. Abide is one of John’s favorite words to describe the relationship between Jesus and his followers. This forum will delve into the some of the deeper level ideas and images which this gospel offers us as an Easter people.  Led by Larry Handwerk



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April 28, 2018
  • St. E B&G Clean Up Day

    9:00 am

April 29, 2018
  • Holy Eucharist - Rite I
    Location: Chapel
    8:00 am

  • Holy Eucharist - Rite II
    Location: Church
    10:00 am

  • Baehr Legacy Trustees Meeting

    4:00 pm

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Please click here for the calendar of the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago.