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

Summer Worship 
10:00 a.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!

In response to the recent domestic terrorist activities in Charlottesville, VA, we affirm that the United Church of Rogers Park denounces white supremacy and racism. This hatred directly contradicts Jesus' commandment to love our neighbor and cannot be tolerated.  We object to the systems that disenfranchise those who are marginalized, and believe that anyone who calls themselves a Christian has an obligation to stand with those who are oppressed.  As a congregation, we are devoted to sharing the grace of God's love with all.  We will continue to put this love into action in our service to our neighbors, and we welcome all who wish to join us in our mission to think globally and act locally to make known God's love for all regardless of their race, nationality, sexuality, gender. gender identity, religious affiliation, socioeconomic status, or physical and mental abilities.
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.

Sunday Worship, Focus, and Scriptures

All are welcome to our:

♦ 10 a.m. Summer Traditional Sunday Services;

      [Communion served 1st and 3rd Sunday]

♦ 6 p.m. Sunday Service of Scripture, Song, and Prayer

      No service - On Summer Break

♦ 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.

September is a time of homecoming.  Along with the start of the new school year, the church calls back the summer’s vacationers. Our Northern Illinois Bishop Sally Dyck asks, “Why are you a United Methodist?”

Share with others not only why you attend a mouthful named church - United Church of Rogers Park United Methodist Church, but also why you are an United Methodist.

Many do not know that this is an important question to ask with the upcoming conversations [16 September] about how we can be united as a denomination around the mission of the church rather than fragmented by our differences.  

Are you a United Methodist:

• Because of the relationships at your local church?

• The church’s outreach missions locally or internationally?  

• The Wesleyan small groups connectionalism?  

• For its music or worship?   

• For the church’s stand of equality and justice for all God’s people?

• Because of its multicultural, multi-ethnic, and diverse denomination?

This question may be posed unto you. How would you answer it?

Season Of Creation

September 3 Labor Day Sunday 
see  Current News
September 10  Fourteenth Sunday After Pentecost Blessing of the Animals    
[Worship in Peace Garden - south side from front door]
Matthew 13:8-14 Exodus 12:1-14 Psalm 149/148 Romans 13:8-14
The Purpose of the Parables

September 11 Patriot Day

September 15 Start of Hispanic Heritage Month [ends 15 October]

September 15 Start of Mexican Independence Day
at 11 pm The Cry of Dolores

September 16 Mexican Independence Day
[not to be confused with Cinco de Mayo which deals closely to the American Civil War]

September 17 Fifteenth  Sunday After Pentecost
Matthew 18:21-35 Exodus 14:19-31; Exodus 15:1-11, 20-21 Romans 14:1-12
The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant

September 22 Native American Day
Autumn Begins at 3:02 pm

September 24 Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost
Matthew 20:1-16 Exodus 16:2-15 Psalm 78 Philippians 1:21-30
The Workers in the Vineyard


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