Church Address

St. Margaret of Scotland
Episcopal Church 
2555 E. 73rd Street
Chicago, Illinois  60649

St. Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church is a place where all people are welcome.  Located in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood, an economically and culturally diverse part of the city,  the parish stands as a sign of hospitality and hope for the community.  Grounded in our baptismal call as Christians and committed to justice and peace, the people of St. Margaret's witness to the community by bringing the light of the gospel to bear on our lives together.  

It is not enough that people should recognize a faith community by their love & respect for one another.  They should be judged on how well they love their neighbors as themselves. 

Mission Statement:
Gather People to Worship, Nurture People to Proclaim the Gospel, Scatter People to Witness God’s Love in their daily lives at Home, the Community, the Nation and the World.


St. Margaret of Scotland is an Episcopal Anglican Church






St. Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church (Anglican)
2014

THEME:
THE SUFFERING CHRIST IN THE AMERICAN CONTEXT:
PEOPLES ISSUES, ISSUES OF LIFE
 
UNDERSTANDING THE SUFFERING OF CHRIST
The Rev. Primo C. Racimo
Vicar, St. Margaret of Scotland
Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 6:30 PM
 
THIS IS MY STORY, THIS IS MY SONG:
A WHITE WOMAN’S JOURNEY AS ANTI-RACIST
Alice Brown, Story Teller
St. Margaret Member
Wednesday, March 19, 2014, 6:30PM
STRENGTHENING OUR DEMOCRATIC LIFE:
PRESERVING, PROTECTING AND PROMOTING VOTERS’ RIGHT
Consuelo Miller, Facilitator
St. Margaret Member
Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 6:30 PM
 
PASSION, DEATH AND RESURRECTION OF BLACK AMERICA
Gerald Floyd, Facilitator
Warden, St. Margaret of Scotland,
Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 6:30 PM
 
We Came, We Dream, We Belong: The Immigrants’ Journey
The Rev. Primo C. Racimo
Vicar, St. Margaret of Scotland
Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 6:30 PM
 
ALL SESSIONS ARE HELD IN THE MACKENZIE HALL
St. Margaret of Scotland Episcopal Church
2555 E. 73rd St., Chicago, IL 60649
For  information please call: Fr. Primo C. Racimo : 773-319-9078; Gerald Floyd: 773-307-7680

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