Features, News & Events at St. Pauls House
Events are hosted regularly at St. Pauls House to share the lifestyle and engage neighbors in the surrounding community. Please check back often to learn about what's new with our residents and colleagues.
grace filled living
Lutheran Life Communities empowers people to live vibrant, grace-filled lives each and every day. Our Lutheran heritage influences our sense of mission and purpose. Our appreciation for the great gift of life inspires us to help others live to their highest potential. And we know it is in communities – our families, places of worship, neighborhoods, schools and workplaces – that we are best able to grow and experience life’s abundant blessings.
St. Pauls House offers an array of services and amenities to help make life easier, more enjoyable and more fulfilling for the people who live here. Residents enjoy healthy, chef-prepared meals that are served restaurant-style in our dining rooms. The beautiful St. Pauls House Chapel provides many opportunities for spiritual growth, and there is always a full calendar of social, educational and recreational activities.
Without the responsibilities of home maintenance, residents find they now have time to pursue these creative outlets which are so much fun and personally fulfilling. Do you enjoy crafting, book clubs, or painting? You will soon learn that St. Pauls House holds a myriad of choices for socializing, wellness, dining and creativity.
St. Pauls House is conveniently located in the ethnically diverse and historically important community of North Center. Just west of Wrigley Field, the area is surrounded by some of Chicago’s most popular residential neighborhoods. There’s still a hint of late 1800s Victorian splendor paired with turn-of-the-century craftsman and Bungalow style homes. The community is perfect for those who enjoy historic architectural charm.
The area is full of interesting places with small grocers, great restaurants, and locally owned shops. There’s a lively feel with many green spaces. Near Lincoln Square and Independence Park, peaceful tree-lined streets and slower urban living are characteristic of this Chicago neighborhood.