MARKHAM LUTHERAN CHURCH - Baptized to serve.
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Markham Lutheran Church + 3518 W. 160th Street +
Markham, IL 60428

Tel: 708-331-4885
Once we're reopen, come visit us
3518 W. 160th St. (At Clifton Park)
Our church has many stairs, and, unfortunately, we don't yet have an elevator. We do have chair-lifts up to the narthex/nave (what some call the sanctuary) & down to the social hall, which can be reached via the canopied southeast entrance (south facing; overlooks 160th St.). Free parking, including spaces reserved for those with disabled parking permits, is available in the lot on the east side of the church, closest to the southeast entry and chairlifts. There are two steps up to the lobby to reach the chair lifts. (Free parking is available on all sides of the church; however, during the COVID-19 pandemic only the southeast entry will be used for services, so please be prepared to walk around the church; please kindly reserve the closest spaces, i.e. on the east side, for those who really need them.) 

There is a small, gender neutral bathroom upstairs. It will be the only bathroom open at the present time. (The lower level bathrooms are fitted with accessible stalls, should someone  need to use them. Although they are marked "Men" or "Women," please feel free to use the bathroom which more closely aligns with your personal gender identity.) 

Public Transportation:
The area is served by Pace buses. Route 364-159th St. stops at the corner of 159th and Central Park. Walk south on Central Park to 160th St., turn left (east) and walk about a block to the church. (You can enter the west door,  then take an immediate right through the double doors and walk down the stairs to your left down to the social hall. Someone there will greet you and help you to find your way to the church.)  For a complete bus schedule, go to:
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