United Church of Christ
"Faithfully Sharing God's Love in Christ with all People" Since 1870
An Open and Affirming Congregation!
St. Michael's United Church of Christ is a caring community of faith. We gather to nurture, share, and celebrate the wonder of life and to encourage each other to walk the Way of Jesus.
Did you know that St. Michael's has a Book Discussion? Find out more and what's on this month's calendar of events by reading our May 2013 Newsletter!
Wishing thanks and many blessings to Pastor Denise. On December 30th friends and church members came together for a farewell luncheon to celebrated Pastor Denise's time here at St. Michaels and gave her a warm send off to her new home, Michigan.
In the Christmas sprirt, members join together in caroling, singing songs to our community friends around the St. Michael's neighborhood.
Members of St. Michael's UCC participate in the annual Northwest Dupage CROP WALK for hunger.
No matter who, no matter what, no matter where, you are on life's journey . . .You are welcome here.
The following Personality Profile was developed to describe the United Church of Christ.
St. Michael's United Church of Christ is a caring community of faith. We gather to nurture, share, and celebrate the wonder of lifeand to encourage each other to walk the Way of Jesus. No matter who, no matter what, no matter where you are on life's journey . . . you are welcome.
Located in West Chicago: at the corner of 400 W. Washington Street, halfway between the railroad tracks and the Post Office
My roots go back 2000 years, but I am very much now and today.
I embrace modern intelligent thinking:
I can even be light-hearted.
My open arms approach is appealing to people of all races, and lifestyles, which might explain why my congregations are diverse and unique.
Another funny thing happens when you're less judgemental. You allow people to search, discover, and flourish. My friends come to seek their own answers, look inside themselves and explore their relationship with God. In the end, my personality is reflective of Christ's.
And eternally relevant.