Q: What if I am coming for the first time?

Will I find the service confusing and difficult to follow?

Absolutely not.  The entire service is printed in a bulletin, along with instructions on when to sit or stand, that are easy to follow.  The bulletin contains all you will need to fully particiapte in the service.

Where is Our Saviour located?

116 East Church Street in Elmhurst – one block east of York Road, two blocks south of the Metra tracks, two blocks north of St. Charles Road.

Where do I park?

The church lot entrance is from Kenilworth (one way southbound on Sundays, so access it from Church Street) and there is a church entrance right off the parking lot.

What should I wear?

Some come in shorts, others in suits, most somewhere in between. Come as you are.

What if I don’t know what to do during worship?

Relax. There’s a printed bulletin that will guide you every step of the way.

Can I come to communion?

Absolutely. Without exception, everyone is welcome to receive the bread and the wine. Gluten free wafers are available for those with a wheat allergy.

What about my kids?

Children of all ages are welcome to remain with their parents and to participate in the liturgy. We also have a church school program – it begins at 9:45 for children aged 3-12, and we will soon have a nursery for younger children. We do not currently have a youth group.

What if I work up an appetite?

We hope you’ll stay for refreshments after the 10 a.m. liturgy.

Like to know more?

Interested in Elmhurst's Church of Our Saviour? You are welcome to visit us anytime!

Need to reach us?

Church of Our Saviour
116 East Church Street
Elmhurst, IL 60126

Phone: (630) 530-1434 (Office: Tues. and Thurs. mornings)
Rector: (949) 357-5588 (Call this number for emergencies.)


Administrative Office Hours:  Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


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Worship Schedule

Sunday Worship Schedule
8:00 a.m. Said Eucharist:  a quiet contemplative liturgy using Rite II from the Book of Common Prayer.

10:00 a.m.   Choral Eucharist: also utilizes Rite II from the Book of Common Prayer, as well as other liturgical resources for the Eucharistic Prayer and the Prayers of the People, based upon the liturgical season.  Both traditional and contemporary music form a part of this liturgy. 
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