A church for all of God's people, in the heart of the neighborhood- for over 100 years!
Our Mission Statement: .
United Church of Rogers Park United Methodist Church seeks, by thinking globally and
acting locally, to make known God's love for persons of all races, ethnicities, sexual
orientations,physical and mental abilities and economic classes.
United Church of Rogers Park is affiliated with the Reconciling Ministries Network.
If you'd like more information please visit their website here!
Sunday Worship, Focus, and Scriptures
All are welcome to our:
♦ 9 a.m. Family Sunday Worship Service;
♦ 10 a.m. Adult Bible Study and Children's Sunday School on the 2nd floor;
♦ 11 a.m. Traditional Sunday Services;
♦ 6 p.m. Sunday Service of Scripture, Song, and Prayer
[following the 4-6 p.m. Community Meal on 3 floor].
For all worship service, please enter the sanctuary using the Ashland Blvd.
entrance [handicap accessible].
For all other programs, including the Bible Study and Sunday School, please use the
Morse Avenue entrance.
♦ You are also invited to our Wednesday Night Adult Bible Study 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. [Morse
Please call, text, or email Pastor Catiana for occasional weekly changes.
February is Black History Month. African Americans have played important roles in the development of the United States; the recognition of their roles in growth and development from a historical perspective is an important step in celebrating the contributions of individuals and the collective changes the African American community has brought about.
Worship Focus: God’s love in new light… transforming love
The Beatitudes - the blessed and not so blessed
Jesus asks us to reimage, to re-think, what the world has taught us about the rich and poor
It’s our job to be the liberators for those oppressed by society’s notion of “blessed.”
Matthew 17:1-9Glorious Mystery Transfiguration Sunday… God’s mystery
“Listen to Him”What does it mean to live into the mystery of God’s reign?
What is the “New Thing” God is doing in and through Jesus?
March is Women’s History Month and LENT begins.Growing out of a small-town school event in California, Women's History Month is a celebration of women's contributions to history, culture, and society. By 1986, fourteen states had declaredMarch as Women's History Month. In 1987, after being petitioned by the National Women's History Project, Congress designated this month as Women's History Month.
March 1 ASH WEDNESDAY NOON ASHES and 7PM SERVICE
Matthew 6:1-6; 16-21Joel 2:1-2, 12-17Psalm 51:1-172Corinthians 5:20b-6:10
WorshipFocusPeople on a Journey of Discovery… breaking open of heart and mind, Open to
for Lent 1-5:the Journey… Restoration and Healing. Stories that deepen the awareness of
who Jesus is. A journey that continues to be revealed as we make
March 5 LENT 1
Matthew 4:1-11Into the Wilderness
March 12LENT 2
March 19 LENT 3
John 4:5-42Samaritan Woman
March 26LENT 4One Great Hour of Sharing
John 9:1-41Blind To See
April is National Volunteer Month with continued into LENT leading to HOLY WEEK and EASTER. National Volunteer Month is for appreciation is a time to celebrate those who dedicate their time to be stewards and leaders of our community through volunteerism. As well as encourage others to the call of volunteerism in their church and community.
April 2LENT 5
April 9PALM/PASSION SUNDAY
Matthew 26:14-27, 66 Passion Text - Matthew 27:11-54
April 13HOLY THURSDAY
April 14GOOD FRIDAY
John 18:1-19, 42
Matthew 28:1-10 or John 20:1-8
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United Church of Rogers Park, 1545 West Morse Avenue, Chicago Illinois, 60626P: (773) 761-2500