Are you looking for a Methodist church on the north side of Chicago?
When my wife and I first visited this church on Chicago's north side, it reminded me of the small town church we were married in at Mt. Pulaski, IL.
A beautiful place to worship, people were friendly without being too "pushy". It was summertime and it seemed like home. It felt just right. Twenty years later, we're still at the same church.
Our church's pastor is Vickie Hadaway, you'll like her when you meet her. We call her Pastor Vickie.
In our church we house the Irving Park Food Pantry (www.irvingparkfoodpantry.com) for the 60641 zip code which was founded by a tiny lady from our congregation at about age 80, Ms. Leila Duncan. This wonderful organization is now supported by over half a dozen churches in the area.
We also house the Reconciling Ministries Network on our 2nd floor. They're good people working to establish the rights of people of all sexual orientations in the United Methodist Church.
The Old Irving Park Association also meets at our church periodically to promote the beauty and traditions of this north side Chicago neighborhood known as Old Irving Park.
We also house an Alcoholic Anonymous group that meets at our church frequently for support and guidance.
Most importantly, there's a place for you at our north side Chicago Methodist church: the Irving Park United Methodist Church. Come to visit and worship, shake a few hands, linger a while over coffee and Christ. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Our English services are at 10 AM and our Spanish services are at noon.