Welcome to Missio Dei Wrigleyville!


Welcome and NEXT

Are you new, visiting, or just curious about who Missio Dei is and how to get involved? NEXT is the place to find out about our church family and how we envision our life together as a community of Jesus.  Join us for NEXT, the 1st and 3rd Sunday every month after the gathering in the overflow room!





Who We Are

Missio Dei Chicago began in 2008 with a heart to see people find a love and passion for Jesus and His work of renewal in our world.  In light of that desire, our mission is very simple...make disciples of Jesus.  This is our mission because it is JESUS’ mission.  This is...Missio Dei.

We are convinced that the GOSPEL changes people, and that this change happens best in the context of relationships. For this reason, Missio Dei is a church of GOSPEL communities doing life together throughout the week. Then on Sundays, these GOSPEL Communities come together to worship as neighborhood congregations in five different locations.

In our Sunday Gatherings and GOSPEL Communities, you will find those who have journeyed with JESUS for a long time, those who have strayed from Him and returned, and those who are just now learning there is a journey to be had. Wherever you are in your journey, we invite you to join us.

Our Vision Framework

THE MISSION // what we do
Making disciples of JESUS neighborhood by neighborhood.

THE VISION // where we are going
Joining GOD as HE makes all things new.

THE VALUES // what guides us

Our hearts yearn to see the life of GOD invade and transform the broken places.

We choose to recognize the dignity of each person, caring for and upholding them as people who matter to GOD

We long to boldly be who GOD has made us to be - unhindered by limitations and unafraid of change, failure, or fun.

Our Team


Jameson & Allison Allen (Staff)
Dave & Chelli Look
Jason & Justine Pucker 
Joshua & Aiyana Taylor (Staff)


Tina Anderson
Jerry Cunningham
Stephanie Cunningham
Liz Heinitz
Melissa Pillman (Staff)
Todd Seely
Kristen Stone
Kristie Walstrum