We are a large Catholic community in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. The community is about 4,000 families and nearly 15,000 members, but we also have many programs and groups that gather in much smaller and more intimate settings. Holy Family worship services are stimulating, insightful and musical. Our faith community is vibrant, our reach-out is compassionate, our adult formation is creative, our education programs are cutting edge and our welcome is warm. Most importantly we believe that all of this is rooted in our commission from Jesus Christ to actively and courageously live the Gospel call and invite all to new life in Christ.
Our Liturgical Arts Ministry seeks to create transformative prayer and worship experiences with an appreciation for both the old and new. We will be true and relevant within our culture along with a healthy respect for the past. Our liturgies will be multi-dimensional, embracing diversity, and multi-generational. We believe that worship should transcend generational barriers by recognizing and embracing an appreciation for various worship styles, song selections and texts. We seek to incorporate elements that appeal to both the spiritually young and mature so that people at all points on the spiritual continuum can grow. The experience of the liturgy should unite us, not divide us. Therefore, we believe that the predominant attitude of worship must be one that is preferential toward one another in love.