Are you looking for a church home? Maybe one that has both traditional and contemporary services and the Holy Spirit keeping you filled. Come visit Jubilee.
Welcome to the Jubilee LCMS website! Let the River of the Holy Spirit flow through us so everyone can see the Love of Jesus.
We are a small church, founded on the inerrant Word of God, the Holy Bible and the principles of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod. We are very contemporary and celebrate Holy Communion every week. While we do not have an official pastor, we are led each week by Pastor Ed Bergen, or Motivational Speaker Tim Stewart. Each speaker brings his own unique personality to our worship and enthusiasm for the Gospel to his sermons.
Jubilee is like an extended family. We have potluck luncheons every month and meet for brunch once a month at various restaurants in the area. Together, we celebrate milestones in each of our member’s lives and pray for one another. Our prayer chain is active and available for all.
Locally, we support the Richmond Food Pantry, First Way Pregnancy Center, and Home of the Sparrow. We also support Lutheran Women’s Missionary League and Mission Aviation Fellowship and tithe our offerings to Habitat for Humanity, the Salvation Army, Neediest Kids Fund, Compassion International, the Lutheran Hour Ministries and LCMS World Relief.
In addition, on the first Saturday of the month we have “game day” for those who like cards, dominoes, etc., on the second Saturday of the month we make quilts for Project Linus, the fourth Saturday of each month we have a group that meets to make pillowcases for ConKerr Cancer and other local organizations. These activities are open to visitors.
If you are looking for a small, friendly, Bible-based church, then come for a visit. We meet each Sunday at 9 am at 3605 Chapel Hill Road in Johnsburg, Illinois. We look forward to meeting you at Jubilee.
We have an active Prayer Chain which you may call the church and leave a request. You do not have to give names or details to be prayed for. Let us encourage each other in the faith.
Pray for our police and firemen.
God bless you all,
Debra McReynolds, Chairman