Church Office  
Support our administrative staff by stapling and folding bulletins once a month.

TIME: Friday night or Sunday morning
CONTACT: Kathy Engert, Office Administrator, (waucc@sbcglobal.net) or 773-935-0642.
Faith Education Committee (Nursery Volunteer)
Work alongside our childcare provider with children (infant-4 years old) during worship.

TIME: Sundays 9:30am-11:30am
CONTACT: Sara Wohlleb, FEC member, (sara.wohlleb@gmail.com).
Property and Finance Committee (Wellington Work Days)
Take time to help care for the building one of our workdays. We need folk with basic repair skills (plumbing, electric) and no skills at all.

TIME: Quarterly
CONTACT: Randall Doubet-King, Chair of Council and P&F member, (r.doubetking@gmail.com)




A Just Harvest (Feeding Hunger)

A Just Harvest’s mission is to fight poverty and hunger in the Rogers Park and greater Chicago community by providing nutritious meals daily while cultivating community and economic development. As a church group we volunteer 4-5 times a year. No special skills are required but smile and greet each guest as a friend.

TIME: 5th Thursdays from 5-7 PM
LOCATION: 7649 North Paulina Street, Chicago IL 60626
CONTACT: Ray Dalke (773) 761-5621, (rdalke2@sbcglobal.net); or the church office (773) 935-0642 (waucc@sbcglobal.net) to sign up and answer any questions.


Broadway Youth Center (Youth Drop-in, Food Drop-Off)
The Broadway Youth Center (BYC) of Howard Brown Health is a safe haven for LGBT youth to seek refuge, medical care, social services, clothes and other much-needed care. Support their work by volunteering to transport food from the Northwestern Campus Kitchen in Evanston to BYC at 615 Wellington Ave. The BYC serves LGBT youth experiencing homelessness.

TIME: 11:00am pick-up, 12:00pm drop-off on M, T, TH, or F
CONTACT: Amy Miller, Assistant Director, 773-470-8226 (AmyM@Howardbrown.org); or Kylon Hooks, Drop-in Manager (KylonH@howardbrown.org) or 773-540-5828.


Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America (Immigration Solidarity Prayer Vigil)
The Chicago Religious Leadership Network is an interfaith network of individuals and communities that stands in solidarity with those oppressed by poverty, violence and exclusion in this hemisphere working together for the respect of human dignity and empowerment of all peopleJoin us on the first Friday of the month for an Interfaith Solidarity Vigil in front of the Broadview Detention Center.

TIME: Fridays at 7:15 AM
LOCATION: 1930 Beach St, Broadview, IL 60153
CONTACT: Sara Wohlleb (sara.wohlleb@gmail.com) or 773-293-2964


ONE Northside (Community/Neighborhood Organizing)
Organization Neighborhoods for Equality: Northside (ONE Northside) organizes people from over 100 institutions, as well as individual community residents around issues of affordable housing, education, economic justice, mental health justice, healthcare, violence prevention and youth. 

CONTACT: Randall Doubet-King, Chair of Council and ONE Northside Board Member (r.doubetking@gmail.com), or Pastor Alli Baker (allimbaker@gmail.com) or 773-935-0642 for more information.

Youth Empowerment Performance Project (LGBTQ Street-Based Youth)
The mission of the Youth Empowerment Performance Project’s mission is to seek a safe environment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer street-based youth to explore their history, investigate new ways to address their struggles and celebrate their strengths through the process of developing a theatrical performance piece. Our YEPP Family Dinner Team provides a meal once a month to the YEPP youth ensemble.

TIME: Monthly
LOCATION: 835 W Addison, Chicago, IL 60657 (Lakeview Lutheran / YEPP rehearsal space)
CONTACT: Em Jacoby (jacoby.em@gmail.com)