United Church of Rogers Park
Pancake Breakfast

     Bake Sale
Saturday, April 22nd
9:00AM to 12:00 PM


Pancakes with fruit toppings
Sausages, Orange Juice, Milk and Coffee

$5 suggested donation

 Come for breakfast then stock up on delicious pies, cakes, cookies and other homemade treats

A Benefit for Community Feast
Since 1984 the Community Feast has served a free meal every Sunday for Rogers Park residents in need.  Join the dozens of churches and agencies, hundreds of volunteers and thousands of guests who support this service.

United Church of Rogers Park
1545 W Morse Ave
Chicago, IL 60626

3rd floor dining room is accessible by elevator


1545 W. Morse Avenue

Chicago, IL 60626


Sunday Summer 


Services at

 10 a.m.

Upcoming Events: 
Join us for one of the fun events offered here at the church through our many ministries!
Make memories to last a lifetime!
Due to volunteer shortage at New To You Thrift Shop, call for store hours at 773-761-2500.

Looking for volunteers to help mainly during the short term for New To You Thrift Shop.  Call Deacon Wes or fill out the form on Volunteer Opportunities page. 
Choir is Back in the House 
Starting Sunday 17 September.  

All voices join the Choir Practice before the 10 am Worship Service. 
Practice starts at 8:45 am lower level.
Use Morse doors.

Worship Committee meeting after worship service on Sunday 24 September

Fall Pancake Breakfast and Bake Sale

Saturday 30 September
9:00 am to Noon

Enjoy a pancake breakfast with your friends. 

There is also a Bake Sale of fresh items like pies and other sweets

The proceeds will go to UCRP
October is coming near

Need help unloading 17,000 pumpkins on Saturday 7 October from 10 am to 2:00 pm
Ending time will vary by how many volunteers will be helping.  

The pumpkins will be on sale for the Halloween and Fall season.  

For more information, contact Wes at deconwes@gmail.com or 847-840-7778.

Glenwood Sunday Market
The farmers market is open!
Support local food on Sundays 
from June thru October
9:00 am to 2:00 pm

On Glenwood Avenue between Morse and Lunt. 
On the west side of the Morse el stop.

Attention Link shoppers: 
Receive up to $25 in matching funds
Glenwood Sunday Market's food access program offers double-dollar grants for Link/SNAP shoppers, funds permitting

Glenwood Sunday Market is a program of Rogers Park Business Alliance.  It was founded and supported by Rogers Park Business Alliance ▲ Alderman Joe Moore ▲ Clark/Morse/Glenwood Special Service Area #24 ▲ LINK Up Illinois - a Program of Experimental Station ▲ 100 Women Who Care - Chicago ▲ Farmers Market Coalition ▲ Rogers Park Provisions ▲ Rogers Park Social ▲ along with many devoted friends and neighbors. 
▲▲Special thanks to JB Alberto's Pizza ▲▲

Relax body and mind

"Classical yoga" is available every Sunday from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.  [New Summer Hours] Classes are held on the 3rd floor Parlor of Overdier Hall at 1545 W. Morse Ave. These classes include basic postures and movements made accessible for everyone. Mats are available.  Please be sure to wear casual, comfortable clothing to stretch and breathe.

$9.00 suggested donation.

Private sessions are available at Life Force Healing Center in Evanston, by appointment. In a therapeutic context, these are often covered by insurance.

Please feel free to e-mail chicagoyogagarden@gmail.com or call/text  773.895.6124 for additional information.

Please join us for our bi-weekly Peace Circle 

Open to ALL

Meeting in the Peace room located in the basement of the church. Our circle is a program of Circles and Ciphers and co-lead by East Rogers Park community members. We seek to create a more equitable and peaceful community through open dialogue and shared story. 

A FREE Sunday dinner has been prepared and served for around 100 neighbors in need by volunteers for more than 33 years, and we need your faithful participation. Please contact Northa Johnson, our volunteer coordinator, at 312.955.0049 or at northajj@gmail.com to see where you belong on our schedule.

2:30 to 4:00 for setting up the dining room, bagging donated bread, assisting in the kitchen if needed.

4:30 to 6:30 [where the most need for volunteer help] for serving the dinner and cleaning up afterward.


Thank you to all the Community Feast volunteers who shared their time, energy, and enthusiasm with our ministry.

Proverbs 3:27 "Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to do it."

Choir is back in the house 
Starting Sunday 17 September.  

All voices join the Choir Practice before the 10 am Worship Service.  Practice starts at 8:45 am lower level.

UCRP Social Action Team
Exploring a Rogers Park Peace and Justice Rally in September to coincide with the UN Day of Peace [September 21].  

Opportunities for further activism.
Please join us.
Contact Nikki Orvis [nikkijorvis@gmail.com] or 
Jen Schmidt [schmidtijm@gmail.com] with any questions.

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We live in a global village, and the world is our parish. When we give generously, our gifts do wonderful, life-changing things in the name of Jesus Christ.


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