Welcome to St. Elisabeth’s Episcopal Church in Glencoe, Illinois!
St. Elisabeth’s is a welcoming, inclusive, and affirming congregation, and we are excited to welcome you to our community. We invite you to join us for worship (in-person or online), to get involved in our service and community ministries, and to contact our church office with any questions you may have.
Children of all ages are welcome at St. Elisabeth’s, and invited as full participants in our worship and programs.
Ample parking is available around St. Elisabeth's campus.
Parking spaces are on South Avenue and street parking is on Hawthorn Avenue. For church services, including Sundays, weddings, a…
We at St. Elisabeth's share an adventurous spirit and a commitment to radiate God's love within and beyond our red doors.
St. Elisabeth's Church was founded in 1894 as S…
Baptism is the rite by which an individual is received into the community of faith. We baptize infants, children, and adults. Confirmation is the rite through which an individual expresses a mature commitment to Christ and receives strength from the Holy Spirit through prayer and the laying on of hands by a bishop.
St. Elisabeth’s is an inclusive and welcoming community that invites all couples to consider celebrating the rite of Holy Matrimony at our church.
The funeral rite is a service of remembrance for a loved one: a communal expression of faith, hope, and support for those in grief and mourning.
If you are interested in more information, we encourage you to reach contact our church office and schedule a meeting with our rector.
St. Elisabeth’s has partnered with three neighboring congregations in order to share gifts and resources across a broader community. Through the “Better Together Partnership”, St Elisabeth’s works closely with St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church in Deerfield, St. Lawrence Episcopal Church in Libertyville, and Trinity Episcopal Church in Highland Park to offer collaborative seasonal worship; formation opportunities for children, youth, and adults; outreach to those in need; leadership development programs; and fellowship events.
This faith community invites all persons to all levels of participation, leadership, and decision-making within the church regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age, physical or mental capacity, education, socioeconomic status, or marital status. We seek to establish meaningful connections with one another through worship, work, and play as we strive to understand God’s purpose for us in the church and in the world.
St. Elisabeth's is a part of the Episcopal Church, a multinational denomination and member province of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The mission of the church, as stated in the Book of Com…