United Church of Rogers Park
    United Methodist Church
1545 W. Morse Ave
Chicago, IL 60626
773.761.2500 

Family Service 9:00 a.m.
Traditional Service 11:00 a.m.
Service of Song, Scripture &
      Prayer at 6:00 p.m.




Sunday Worship Services
Family Worship at 9:00 a.m
Traditional Worship at 11:00 a.m.
Service of Song, Scripture & Prayer at 6:00 p.m.
Sunday Worship Services
Family Worship at 9:00 a.m
Traditional Worship at 11:00 a.m.
Service of Song, Scripture & Prayer at 6:00 p.m.
All Are Welcome!

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!


Please see Current News  of recent updates for 25 April 2017

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;

      [Communion served 1st and 3rd Sunday]

♦ 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 

             entrance].

Please call, text, or email Pastor Catiana for occasional weekly changes.  

♦ Parking is available free on Sundays at Byline Bank, two blocks west of the church at the
     northwest corner of Clark Street and Morse Avenue.

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 2 LENT 5

John 11:1-45 Lazarus


April 9 PALM/PASSION SUNDAY

Matthew 26:14-27, 66 Passion Text - Matthew 27:11-54


April 13 HOLY THURSDAY Maundy Thursday Service at 6:00 p.m. in the

Seder Overdier Hall [3rd floor - Morse Street entrance]


April 14 GOOD FRIDAY Good Friday Service at 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary

John 18:1-19, 42


April 16 EASTER

Matthew 28:1-10 or John 20:1-8

April  23 Second Sunday of Easter

John20:19-31

The day of resurrection...Jesus appearing to the disciple....breathing of the Spirit


April 30 Third Sunday of Easter Native American Awareness Sunday
Luke 24:13-35
Meeting Jesus on the road to Emmaus recognizing Jesus in the Breaking of the Bread.
May is Global Civility Awareness Month. Choosing civility is hard work and it is needed more so in our world where hate seems to be popping up.  May continues to the 6th Sunday after Easter by honoring ASCENSION - which commemorates the day that Jesus ascended into Heaven [Acts 1:1-11] after spending 40 days appearing to the disciples after Jesus’ resurrection.  The disciples thought Jesus was going to restore the earth to the Realm of Heaven, but instead, as Christ promised to send the Holy Spirit to give them power; Christ ascended into Heaven and disappeared in a cloud. Jesus is both human and divine, and the ascension is an illustration of Christ’s divine nature.
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