You are invited to journey with us through the advent season as we celebrate the presence of the SACRED in our midst!

WELCOMEADVENT Worship Series

 

 

Welcome!

Irving Park United Methodist Church is a reconciling congregation, which means we welcome people of every age, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, economic status, religious background, and physical ability. When we gather, we celebrate this diversity as a fuller expression of who God is.

Worship Times:

  • A service of Worship and Holy Communion: 10:00am
  • Our worship service will be changed to 11:00am beginning August 5th, 2018
  • Irving Park United Methodist Hispanic United Methodist Church's spanish-language service: Noon

Driving:

  • We are located a few blocks southwest of the Irving Park exit on 90/94. Street parking is available.

Public Transit:

  • We are located a few blocks southwest of the CTA Blue Line-Irving Park stop and the Metra-Irving Park stop. We are also accessible by CTA bus, which you can find more information about here: http://www.transitchicago.com/planatrip/

Our office contact information: Contact us at irvingparkumc@comcast.net or 773-283-6262

 

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We welcome our new pastoral team, Rev. Hope Chernich, Rev. Wesley Dorr and Rev. Lindsey Long Joyce

Rev. Lindsey Long Joyce, Rev. Hope Chernich and Rev. Wes Dorr have been appointed to a pastoral team that has care over four churches: United Church of Rogers Park, Epworth United Methodist Church, Irving Park United Methodist Church, and Grace Church of Logan Square. All three members of the team share many basic responsibilities such as preaching, pastoral care, visioning, planning and relationship building. However, each member has their own passions and specializations. Rev. Hope oversees the ministries of administration, finance and spiritual development of the congregations. Rev. Lindsey oversees outreach and justice ministries on the large scale (conference and city-wide) as well as worship and community organizing. Rev. Wes oversees outreach and justice (programming and localized, neighborhood outreach) and children, youth and young family ministry. 

Rev. Hope lives in Jefferson Park with her husband, Dave and two kids, Olivia and Gabriel. She enjoys traveling with her family, especially to the ocean, conversations with friends, games and dark chocolate. Rev. Lindsey lives in Andersonville with her husband, Adam and daughter, Harper. She enjoys singing bluegrass, running and coffee (and not just because she has a 5 month old). Rev. Wes lives in Evanston with his wife, Charlotte and son, Brennan. He enjoys practicing photography, biking and following all things related to Chicago sports. The team is looking forward to joining your congregation and finding creative ways to tell God's story in an urban setting.


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Global Citizenship

For 4th-12th Grades 

Combining service, experiential learning, faith formation, and fun, this summer program will expand your family’s understanding of the environment, interfaith relationships, race, food accessibility, and serving our neighbors.

$10-15 per day depending on event (if you need financial help, just talk to your pastor) and pack your own lunch to your own liking!

You are allowed to participate in one or ALL of the events, when registering just be sure to let us know which days you want to experience! Please fill out the form once for each person. 

Want to Register or Volunteer? Check out our registration form under the "Upcoming Events" tab