Humboldt Park, Chicago

In July 2019, Lord willing, Resonate will be sending out our first church plant. We are excited to partner and send the Quibell family to the Humboldt Park Neighborhood, located in the great city of Chicago. 

The Quibells

Tyson and Talissyn have felt called to church planting for over 10 years.  After spending time in leadership at church plants in Chicago and Portland, OR in the past, they feel the time is right for them to fulfill a calling to plant a multi-ethnic church in the Humboldt Park neighborhood in Chicago.  After serving a two year residency at Resonate Church, Tyson and Talissyn are heading to Chicago this summer to begin the work of planting a church that shows the Humboldt Park neighborhood the unifying power of the gospel through the gathering of an unlike, diverse people in a city in desperate need of seeing tangible gospel light.  Their desire is to see God transform the Humboldt Park neighborhood, and the west and southside of Chicago and to see a movement of missionally minded people tell and show the love of Christ.  Talissyn and Tyson have three children, Emersyn (6), Evanna (3), and Evander (1).  Talissyn holds in BA in Urban Ministry from the Moody Bible Institute, and Tyson holds a BA from Moody and an MA in Pastoral Studies from Multnomah University.  

Chicago Church

plant fundraiser

We are having a fundraiser to help raise support for the Quibell family to plant a church in Chicago. All proceeds will go towards the cost of living and church start up. Please join us for a night of Chicago Style Hot Dogs and a Dessert Auction! There will also be other ways to donate throughout the evening. Come one, come all!


Date: Sat, May 11, 2019

Time: 5p - 7:30p

Tickets: $10 Single; $30 Family (4+)

Donate to the vision

If you would like to donate to the Quibells on a recurring basis or with a lump sum to help with startup costs and living expenses, you can do so below. All donations are processed by Resonate Church and 100% tax deductible.

Listen to Tyson and Talissyn's story and their vision for planting in Chicago.