Elim Christian Services

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Elim Christian Services, is a Christian ministry, based in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, that serves individuals with disabilities, primarily through a Christian special education program, a vocational and day program for adults with disabilities, a children's residential program, and an outreach program that partners with other educational organizations or ministries serving individuals with disabilities nationally and internationally. The school was founded in 1948 by Dutch Reformed church members.[1] Elim holds an annual Dutch festival and fundraiser.[2]


  1. ^ Elim: A Chicago Christian School And Life-training Center For The Disabled, Historical Series of the Reformed Church in America, Robert P. Swierenga, Eerdmans Pub Co, 2005, ISBN 0802829643
  2. ^ Elim hosts annual Dutch Festival in Palos Heights, Southtown Star, September 12, 2013

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