Campaign to Expand And Elevate Our Openness

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What Is the Campaign’s Purpose? 

The funds raised will be used to complete Phase II of the six-year project designed to make the St. Pauls Church building accessible in all public spaces. Phase II includes the installation of a six-stop elevator to reach all building levels, as well as construction of a welcoming, open-air courtyard plaza containing a north end access ramp to the spacious new entry lobby and elevator. Phase I, completed in 2020 during the COVID shutdown and paid for in full with early campaign pledges, created an accessible,
all-gender washroom suite, a new access ramp to the chancel, new sanctuary side lobby, and completely upgraded electrical panel and power capacity.

What will the New Spaces Look Like?

To see the Phase II plans, Click Here >

How can I Learn More about the Campaign?

Watch the campaign video below to learn more about this project, and St. Pauls history of capital investment across our 180 years of responding to God’s call and “Making a Joyful Sound in the City.” 

Give by Cash or Check

Drop in the plate on Sundays, or mail to:
St. Pauls UCC
2335 N Orchard St.
Chicago, IL 60614

Please specify “Capital Campaign” in the memo line or on the envelope.

Give via PayPal

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Give by Credit or ACH

Church Center – our secure, online giving page – lets you donate directly from your bank account or via credit or debit card.

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Give via Securities

You can donate securities to the Capital Campaign through United Church Funds. See the form linked below for more details.

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Give via Zelle

Many mobile banking apps include Zelle – and there’s no fee for you or the church. Specify the recipient as

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Questions on Giving?

If you have any questions about the campaign or how to donate, contact our Campaign Coordinators.

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