Sunday, November 17, 2019
Scripture Lesson: Galatians 5:25
gather, worship, connect, grow
9848 S Winchester
Chicago, IL 60643
Come to the Well every Sunday at 5:00 p.m.
The Chicago Southern District invites everyone to come to sing, worship and share. Any questions please contact the Chicago Southern District Office
Thrift Shop is OPEN
Friday, , November 22, 9-5p
Sunday, November 17, 10-12p
Friday, December 13, 9-5p
Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Come and Go Communion
5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Come and Go Communion gives one an opportunity to intimately gather with a small group, about six individuals around a small table to partake in the sacrament of Holy Communion.
Please join us on November 27th as we honor the Lord for His sacrifice for us.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
2019 GREAT BLOOD PRESSURE CHALLENGE:
The CUMC Health Ministry Team is challenging our congregation to get their blood pressure checked once every month while at church. This complimentary service is performed by the CUMC Health Ministry Team on the second Sunday of every month. If you are unable to have your blood pressure checked on the second Sunday of the month, just ask any Health Ministry Team member to check it for you when you are available. Start 2019 by having a new healthier you by having your blood pressure checked regularly!
The next blood pressure screening is on Sunday, November 10, 2019
Crete Troop 123's 4th Annual Pancake Breakfast, October 06, 2019
Kick - Off Sunday
September 8, 2019
10:00 a.m. Worship Service
Cook-out in Fellowship Hall
Memorial Day Parade
May 27, 2019
The weather was beautiful during (we were all waiting for it to rain - again!!!). This time, we had Pete's truck and a little flatbed with sides painted red, white and blue. Our church sign was ensconced in the bed of the truck. After gathering at the church and attaching many veteran's pictures on the sides of the flatbed, along with those pictures carried by the riders as well as the walkers, we had quite a group. Upon arriving at the starting point for the parade, we parked and watched the Crete Memorial Day Program. There were many groups which took part in the program, such as Crete Park District Preschool (the little kids recited the Pledge of Allegiance), the Crete-Monee High School Band, Amvets Auxiliary Post 84, Crete American Legion Post #1291, and the Will County Honor Guard. Pastor Frank Italiano from Trinity Lutheran Church took part and reminded us what the day was for. The kickoff for the parade was promptly done and off we went! The spectators on the parade route appreciated what we were trying to do, ie remember veterans and their sacrifice, which is what the day is for!
by Carol Gawronski
On April 1st, 2019
we had a special Community Lenten
Soup 'N Service
with Guest Pastor, Timothy Washington, Sr.
2018 CUMC Children Christmas Play
Isaiah Jones and the Seekers of the Lost Treasure