Urban Village might seem like another church in a neighborhood already full of churches, but it is determined to set itself apart from the regimented, traditional ways in which Christianity is practiced elsewhere on the South Side.
by Sasha Tycko •
This past Thursday, a stylish woman in a fur vest and high-heeled boots escorted a man in sunglasses to the center of the small gallery space inside the UofC’s Logan Center.
by Jeanne Lieberman •
“Something needs to be done, and something needs to be done now!” Reverend Booker Steven Vance’s canorous voice enveloped the crowd that filled West Point Missionary Baptist Church in Bronzeville. “Something needs to be done now,” repeated a rather tall,…
by Annie Pei •
In the cozy tent known as the Skylight Gallery, adults and children alike fell silent as the music died down. All eyes rested excitedly upon the purple and red puppet stage, waiting for the show’s beginning.
by Tiffany Kwak •
“Martin should have been born in June,” Rev. Joseph Lowery said, laughing. As the keynote speaker at Thursday’s MLK Commemoration Service at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, Rev. Lowery spoke to a crowd of a couple hundred people, despite the fact that…
by Jassmine Rabii •
The galvanizing effect that Barack Obama’s campaign has had on the South Side community is reflected in the recent organizing success of SOUL, a nonprofit coalition of congregations known as the Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation. By its own…