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Our families represent the amazing diversity of both Chicago and The Moody Church. They come from varied ethnicities, different economic and educational backgrounds and unique family and faith histories. Our programs are open to everyone, including single parents, blended families, grandparent assisted families, and those who don’t worship regularly at the church.  All are welcome! We are a very rich social and spiritual environment in which families from all over Chicagoland grow in faith and practice together.

 

The primary focus of Family Ministries is to help parents both understand and fulfill their biblical duties to spiritually lead and nurture their children as gifts from God. Psalm 127:3; Deuteronomy 6:5 – 9; Ephesians 6:1, 4. While our Youth and Children’s programs provide a great deal of fun and spiritual training we believe that moms and dads are most critical in the faith development of their children. Working collaboratively with parents, the staff and leadership of the Family Ministries, Youth and Children’s areas seek to nurture and encourage the entire family. And, our doors are always open to kids and teens and their moms and dads regarding any concern or question.

Communities for Family and Marriage

Parenting Classes and Counseling

If you are interested in domestic infant adoption or international adoption and live in the Chicagoland area, this is a great starting point and resource as you begin to research more about if adoption is right for your family. Contact Amy at amy.kruska@moodychurch.org for more information .

Many home school families who attend The Moody Church participate in collaborative educational programs on Fridays and meet on Sundays for fellowship in the afternoons. Watch the bulletin for dates and times.

Mondays from September to May | Second floor

 

The Moody Church hosts this independent group of Christian home-school parents using a tutor-enhanced program to discover the order and beauty of God’s creation. The program combines classical learning (grammar, dialectic and rhetoric) and a biblical world view.

 

Further information on the Classical Conversations program can be found at their website www.classicalconversations.com or contact the local coordinator, Nancy Hall, at nancyhall_99@yahoo.com

Meeting Thursdays beginning September 21st from 9:15-11:30AM in room 307.

We exist to encourage and equip moms of young children to grow in their relationship with Jesus through fellowship with other moms and the study of God’s Word.

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Wednesdays September through May, 6:45-8:00pm in Room 307.

 

These courses, facilitated by Pastor Bob Gunter and his wife Linda, rely on biblical principles, use current Christian parenting resources and include robust class discussions covering parenting challenges at all ages and stages. The parenting classes typically run concurrent with the AWANA and Youth class schedules.

Next session: Sundays beginning February 11, 2-4:30PM in room 307

 

This nine-week course is typically offered two times per year in February and September. The class is required for those seeking to be married at The Moody Church, but is open to any couple desiring to start their marriage on a solid, biblical basis. It features PREPARE/Enrich testing, the Before I Do workbook, and a practical biblical teaching by mature pastoral and lay couples. The course fee of $80 per couple is for the workbooks and in-class materials.

 

The PREPARE/Enrich testing costs $35 and is paid separately to the testing service by each couple.  Contact Lori Imhof at 312.327.8600 x1008 for details.

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