The Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center is The Salvation Army’s largest corps community center in the U.S. It is unlike any other facility in the greater Chicago area in terms of size and scope and offers an array of education, sports, arts and support programs never before available under one roof. The Kroc Center represents the single largest investment by a social service organization in the city’s history.

Our primary goals are to  build community, encourage faith, motivate wellness, promote excellence and teach character.

If you are interested in learning more in regards to our regular programming, please read below or download our media kit.

CHURCH – A welcoming church home with inter-generational ministries for the whole family. Sunday School 10AM | Worship Service 11AM

ACADEMY OF THE ARTS – With classes in dance, theatre, music, and visual arts, the Academy of the arts nurtures creative expression and gives people the opportunity to explore artistic avenues.

AQUATICS – Kroc Center Chicago Aquatics teaches swimming and diving skills, has a sanctioned swim club and teaches water safety. The facility has a college competion lap pool and indoor water park.

FAMILY LIFE & EDUCATION – The wide variety of enrichment and special interest classes, helps people Learn new talents and skills and improve their physical and mental well-being.

SENIOR CENTER – This is a great place for seniors with special events, social activities, field trips, and services to enrich the quality of life for older adults.

FITNESS – Members have the opportunity to enhance their physical health and participate in non-traditional physical activity. Certified personal trainers are available to give that extra motivation and guidance to help people reach their goals.

SPORTS & RECREATION – With leagues for all ages and pick-up games every day, Kroc Center Chicago has regular opportunities to play basketball,   soccer, flag football, volleyball, and baseball.