Lincoln Park UBF

Lincoln Park UBF is a non-denominational Christian church ministry comprised of college students and young adults from the Lincoln Park neighborhood in Chicago. We are a local chapter of University Bible Fellowship (UBF), which is an international ministry at college campuses throughout the world. 

We welcome students and young adults from all faiths and backgrounds to come and learn with us what Christian spirituality is and what it means to follow Jesus.

Memberships


Missio Nexus

has a vision is to see missional leaders accelerating the fulfillment of the Great Commission in servant partnership with the church globally.Their mission is to advance the effectiveness of the Great Commission community in North America in global mission.

Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA)

is dedicated to helping Christian ministries earn the public’s trust through adherence to Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship™, which focus on board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charity resources.

National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) 

The mission of the National Association of Evangelicals is to honor God by connecting and representing evangelical Christians.

University Bible Fellowship (UBF) 

is a non-denominational, evangelistic campus organization focused on raising disciples of Jesus who can live sacrificial lives for the gospel and contribute to society and their nation by preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to college students and young people. UBF. serves world evangelism by raising lay missionaries and sending them throughout the world. For this purpose, UBF. teaches the Bible to college students and young people and helps them to live according to the teachings of the Scriptures and to practice the world mission command of Jesus (Acts 1:8). The University Bible Fellowship is a mainline evangelical organization and is dedicated to the task of student evangelism.

ACT 3 Network 

is a network of relational partnerships between churches, missions and leaders. We're inspired by the spirit of missional-ecumenism: the idea that unity among the whole church is central to spreading Christ's kingdom to the ends of the earth. Jesus prayed specifically for our oneness (John 17:20-24) and said that, "the people of this world will believe that you sent me" when they see Christians living the kind of mission that grows out of relational unity.

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