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- Posted on 06 Aug 2017, Pastor: The Rev. David E. Pattee

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You Are Welcome

Striving to increase our love for God and neighbor, we welcome persons of every age, health condition, race, marital status, economic status, sexual orientation and religious background. We encourage you to become an active member of our church, sharing your God-given gifts in all areas of church life: worship, education, mission and ministry.

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Sunday Worship

9:30am | Worship & Sunday School

Our regular worship service with Sunday School for children through 7th grade and nursery care. Communion offered first Sunday of each month.

Wednesday Morning Service

7:00am | Communion Service

30 minutes reflection and prayer with Communion offered each week.

Special or extra services are scheduled throughout the year, typically on
Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter and Christmas Eve

 

Location

40W451 Fox Mill Boulevard
St. Charles (Campton Hills), IL 60175
(630) 584-0929

We are located at the corner of Fox Mill Boulevard and LaFox Road.

Our office is open 8:30am to 3:00pm Monday through Thursday and 9:00 am to 12:00 pm on Friday.

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Latest Sermons

“Surplus” August 6th 2017

Posted on 06 Aug 2017, Pastor: The Rev. David E. Pattee

Summer Speaker: Ted Hardison. Sermon: “The First Shall be Last and the Last Shall be First”

Posted on 31 Jul 2017, Pastor: The Rev. Josh Kuipers

Summer Speaker: The Rev. Pat Kitner. Sermon: “What ON EARTH is the Point of Praying”?

Posted on 23 Jul 2017, Pastor: The Rev. Josh Kuipers

Summer Speaker Amanda Nagy “The Good Samaritan” and “Who is My Neighbor?” July 16th 2017

Posted on 16 Jul 2017, Pastor: The Rev. Josh Kuipers

Nick Hoepfner in “Our Summer Speaker Series: Our Story of Worth” | July 9, 2017

Posted on 09 Jul 2017, Pastor: The Rev. Josh Kuipers