Organizations and community groups take advantage of available space opportunities at our church, which allows them to continue their cause in a safe, friendly environment. 

  • Irving Park Food Pantry - Founded over 25 years ago by an IPUMC member, the pantry serves now more than 400 families (1300 individuals) each month from 9 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. on Wednesdays, and on the second Tuesday evening of each month from 6:00-7:30 pm. It is currently the third largest emergency food pantry in the city of Chicago. The Pantry also offers help in applying for food stamps, referrals to other services, nutrition classes and special distributions throughout the year.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) - AA is a fellowship of men and women who meet in order to support one another to not drink and to build healthier and happier lives. The nine AA groups comprising The Martha Groups moved to our building when the Martha Washington Hospital closed its doors.  They are changing lives and families.


  • Girl Scouts - Megan Stalder leads an exciting Girl Scout Troop with a heart for community service.  They built the Little Free Library that stands outside our Keeler Avenue doors.  Contact Megan at for more information.
  • Apogee Academy - A free school academy where students are encouraged to pursue their passions in learning.  Contact Pallab or Josh at

Come Share Our Space! To learn more or to secure space for your organization or event, please contact us via email or 773.283.6262.