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.





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.

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

      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.

June hosts Pentecost -   celebrating when the Holy Spirit descended upon the Apostle and other followers.  Many view this day as the Church’s birthday.  Also, the month of June honors National GLBT [Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender] Pride Month.  At United Church, we welcome God’s love to all persons of all races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, physical and mental abilities, and economic classes.  Sadly, on June 18th, we will celebrate our Pastor Catina’s end of a decade of service at United Church.


June 25 Third Sunday after Pentecost

Matthew 10:24-39

Workers are few.  Jesus sends out the Twelve

Romans 6:1-11

In God’s eyes, we are worthy.





July is National Cell Phone Courtesy Month and Family Reunion Month.  There is an importance being respectful not only when using your cell phone but in all accepts of our daily lives.  When Jesus sent out the Twelve, they were given instructions to helping the strangers they passed by.  We too need to be aware of those who need help.  Do not forget your church family members who may need your help of an ear to hear their worries, a shoulder to lean on, or a meal prepared by you.  Come and meet our new pastors, as well as rejuvenate your relationships with your church family.  

July 2 Fourth Sunday After Pentecost

Matthew 10:40-42 Genesis 22:1-14 Psalm 13 Roman 6:12-23

Jesus Send Out the Twelve

In the times of horrific rites of passage, God has provided, and God does

provide. That is part of our family legacy.


July 9 Fifth Sunday After Pentecost

Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30 Genesis 24:34-38 Psalm 72 Romans 7:15-25a

  Like all human families, the first families of our faith tradition were not perfect.

They had their share of failure and struggles, just like everyone else. But

throughout it all they knew the abiding presence of the Lord God was with

them - perhaps most clearly known during moments of difficult decision, rites

of passage, and periods of painful transition.


July 16 Sixth Sunday After Pentecost

Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 Genesis 25:19-34 Psalm 25 or 119:105-112

Romans 8:1-11

The Parable of the Sower


July 23 Seventh Sunday After Pentecost


The Parable of the Weeds



July 30 Eighth Sunday After Pentecost


The Parables of the Mustard Seed and the Yeast



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