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St Agatha Catholic Church

Welcome to St. Agatha Catholic Church

“There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for a friend.”

St. Agatha Catholic Parish is a vibrant Christian faith community rejoicing in the power of praise and worship of Jesus Christ as our teacher and guide. Our vibrant, soul-stirring liturgies reflect an African American spirituality and Gospel style of music that welcomes, engages, comforts and oftentimes challenges those gathered to a greater depth of faith, a stronger sense of hope and a greater call to love all of God’s people. Our mission is Catholic, i.e., universal, seeking to welcome all into both the work of Jesus Christ in the North Lawndale community and the worship that nourishes us for that work. We are a Eucharistic community, drawing strength from the Word, from the Body and Blood of Christ that nourishes us for our weekly journey, and from the power of prayer and praise of the gathered community – all of which nourishes us to live our lives individually and collectively for the mission of Jesus Christ.


Outreach Programs

  • Restorative Justice Peace Hub; Jail Ministry, Juvenile Justice Ministry, Returning Citizen Support, Family Communication and Conflict Resolution – Call Derek Brown at (773) 522-3050 or Fred Cooper (773) 522-3050
  • Winslow Redmond Community Tech Lab – News School Journalism Program for Teens and older (after-school and summer programs); Techgyrls Program Contact Mr. Wolfe at (773) 522-3050
  • Westside Catholic Parishes Domestic Violence Outreach (See Tab: Domestic Violence)
  • Food Pantry St. Agatha Rectory, Tuesdays, 10:00 am to Noon
  • Blessed Sacrament, Wednesdays, 9:00 to 11:00 am at 2153 S. Millard
  • S.A.F.E. – St. Agatha Family Empowerment free After-School Program and Summer Camp (773) 370-6512
  • Community Dinners – Every Second Saturday of the Month, 3:00 – 5:00 pm 3151 W. Douglas Blvd. (except June, August and December)
  • “From Stressed to Blessed” Program for Parents: Tools for Finding Greater Peace in Parenting” Call Fred or Derek at (773) 522-3050 for more info
  • Christmas Basket Program – Registration Saturdays Oct. 13 and 27th; Doors open at 8:30, Session starts at 9:00 a.m. and goes to Noon. Seniors, Persons with disabilities and Parents or Guardians with Children. Must provide ID with address within bounds of Cermak (south), Pulaski (west), Harrison (north) and Western (east). For parents, must provide Medical idea with children’s names. NOTE: NO CHILDCARE PROVIDED.
  • The Learning Center GED, ESL Programs – 2153 S. Millard Ave., 60623 (773) 277-3111 
  • Parent to Parent Support and Empowerment – Call Heather Brown 773-412-2276
  • Music Incorporated After School Program – Mon – Fri, 4 to 6 pm. Teaching wind and string instruments. Contact Sarah Dupuis 773-470-9815 


Date / Memo Hrs Credited (+) / Hrs Debited (-) Balance

Steve Robinson
8-13-20, 5:25am
Helped to create conversation and documentary about race and racism
                    -4:30 -3:60

Steve Robinson
8-13-20, 5:16am
Drum circle organizing
                    -3:30 0:70

Steve Robinson
6-4-20, 11:22pm
Father Larry conference call TEC meeting
+1:00                 4:00

Steve Robinson
6-4-20, 11:08pm
Conference call Meeting with Father Larry
+1:00                 3:00

Steve Robinson
6-1-20, 3:30pm
6-1-20 Time Exchanges phone meeting
+1:00                 2:00

Barry Koren
6-1-20, 1:49pm
6-1-2020 meeting about time exchanges
+1:00                 1:00