Word of Life Lutheran Church 879 Tudor Dr, Naperville, IL60563 The mission of Word of Life Lutheran Church is sharing Jesus' love. The church offers a variety of programs including…More bible study for men and women, a Sunday school and vacation Bible school in July. The church will be holding ESL language classes on Saturday nights at 6 pm. The church is also in its first year offering garden plot space to gardeners, whether they are church members or not. The church is a host site for the Angel Food Ministries.
First Congregational United Church of Christ 25 E Benton Ave, Naperville, IL60540 The First Congregational United Church of Christ is located a stones throw away from two other churches, and is part of…More a cluster of churches that are located in downtown Naperville. The church is a member of the United Church of Christ and one of the oldest in DuPage County, founded in 1833. The church's main focus is on social justice issues around the world. It's members help support the poor and oppressed. The church is open and affirming regardless of where people are on their journey. All people are created in God's image and are welcome at the church regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, or any other factor.
River Glen Presbyterian Church 1140 Raymond Dr, Naperville, IL60563 All are welcome at River Glen Presbyterian Church. The church was established in October 1985 and was doubled in size by…More a renovation in 2001. The church has numerous activities ranging from children's ministries to programs for empty nesters. The church also holds parents day out events.
Calvary Church 9s200 Route 59, Naperville, IL60564 Calvary Church is a large congregation that offers many programs and ministries for its members. From Bible studies for…More singles to Spanish-only programs, classes for Boomers to recovery programs, the church offers a wide variety of classes and programs. The church is affiliated with the Fellowship of the Assemblies of God and affiliated with the world's largest Pentecostal denomination. The church campus also includes a K-8 school and a children's center.
First Baptist Church 1505 Mc Dowell Rd, Naperville, IL60563 The church is located off McDowell Road on a large parcel of land, which gives it a nice country feel. The church is…More currently undergoing renovations.
Community United Methodist Church 20 Center St, Naperville, IL60540 Community United Methodist Church is a mission-oriented church. It has been located in Naperville for more than 170…More years and welcomes all who want to worship.
St. Timothy Lutheran Church 1313 N Mill St, Naperville, IL60563 St. Timothy Lutheran Church focuses on deepening the spirituality of its members. Much of the church's spirit comes from…More its families, which include a large number of children. The church was founded in 1968 and has been in the same location since that time. The last building project was in 2005. The church offers many programs including midweek youth programs and a preschool. The congregation is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Community Christian Church 1635 Emerson Ln, Naperville, IL60540 Not many churches have cafes, but at Community Christian Church wifi and coffee are available. The church is…More contemporary with a laid-back environment. It's a place where casual dress and contemporary music are the norm. The church's goal is to help people find their way back to God and to connect with those who have been away from the church. The church is working to reproduce that experience with 11 locations around the Chicago area. Along with services at the church on Emerson Lane, known as the Yellow Box Campus, services will be offered beginning in August 2010 at Wentz Concert Hall and Fine Arts Center on the North Central College Campus.
CrossRoads Community Church 2360 95th St, Naperville, IL60564 CrossRoads Community Church is a non-denominational church that is very welcoming. The church holds services at Neuqua…More Valley High School and offers a variety of programs including a children's service, and adult and children's Bible study groups.
St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church 1500 Brookdale Rd, Naperville, IL60563 Warm and welcoming, those are the two words parishioners use to describe St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church. Built…More in 1984, the church serves a broad demographic within the community and has an increasingly diverse ethnic population, which includes Mexican, Polish, Indian and Filipino families. The church offers a variety of religious programs including a young adult program. Outside, on the church grounds, there is a meditation garden and a labyrinth which can be used for contemplative walks.
The Korean United Church of Naperville 1140 Raymond Dr, Naperville, IL60563 The Korean United Church of Naperville does not have its own church building so the congregation holds its worship…More services at River Glen Presbyterian Church. The congregation holds a Sunday worship service and a Sunday afternoon children's program. On Friday night there are Bible study classes. The church serves the local Korean population. Those interested in learning more are encouraged to contact Pastor Lee.
Naperville Presbyterian Church 943 Sanctuary Ln, Naperville, IL60540 Naperville Presbyterian Church believes the purpose of life is to understand God's teachings and apply them to everyday…More life with the support of the church family. NPC offers a Discovery Class series for those who wish to explore further. About 800 adults and 600 children attend services at the church each Sunday morning. The church offers more than 30 small groups — several that meet weekly — for singles, men, women and couples.
The members of Naperville Church of Christ are very friendly. Anyone new to the ministry is sure to find that out…More because people will want to get to know you. The church has a tradition of holding a cappella services, which are a great participatoryway for members to worship. The whole church sings in four-part harmony.
One particular ministry at the church worth noting is its FriendSpeak program, which helps non-English speakers work on conversational English. The Book of Luke is used to practice phrases and conversation, whether refugees who have relocated or professionals who are trying to improve their English language skills. The program also caters to the church's very diverse membership, which includes people from 20 different nations.
DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church 4s535 Old Naperville Rd, Naperville, IL60563 In 1955, a group of 55 people founded the Unitarian Universalist Church in Naperville. The church and its congregation…More are welcoming to visitors, and they have become known specifically as Welcoming Congregation. Those who identify as GLBTQ are invited to attend. The church does not have a creed and is the opposite of a hierarchical church. The members believe that each person is responsible for his or her own search for meaning, and nobody will tell a member what to believe. What is more important is that members live their lives and do what they can to improve this world. The church has strong child and youth programs and also holds formal and informal group discussions. Free childcare is available at all services.
Emmanuel Baptist Church 3s465 Briggs St, Naperville, IL60563 Emmanuel Baptist Church of Warrenville was originally organized in 1979. The mission of the church is to remain…More committed to being a dedicated body of believers. Parishioners want to communicate God's word, defend the Bible and evangelize the lost. To reach such goals, the church launched a plan in 1998 to place gospel literature in every home within 5 miles of its facility located near the intersection of Briggs Avenue and Estes Street in Naperville.
Wesley United Methodist Church 21 E Franklin Ave, Naperville, IL60540 Wesley United Methodist Church is the oldest congregation in Naperville, dating back to 1832. Currently headed by Pastor…More H. Jason Reed, the church is very progressive and welcoming in its approach, accepting all who wish to worship regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, economic status or life situation. To find out more about the programs offered at Wesley United Methodist, visit the church's Web site.
Church Management Group 1430 Culpepper Dr, Naperville, IL60540 Church Management Group provides business management solutions in the Naperville area. For additional information…More regarding its services, please contact the number listed.
Harvest Bible Chapel 1805 High Point Dr, Naperville, IL60563 Located inside a black office building and easily spotted from Interstate 88, Harvest Bible Chapel is a…More non-denominational evangelical church that is not tied to any specific church. The backbone of the church is its recovery groups. Collectively known as "Restore," the groups provide support for people dealing with marriage issues or recovering from addictions. The church also offers a wide variety of programs for youths, ranging from infants to college students. Harvest Bible Chapel prides itself on being open and welcoming.
Naperville Chicago Onnuri Church 1433 N Main St, Naperville, IL60563 Naperville Chicago Onnuri Church is primarily a Korean religious community, but welcomes diversity. The Naperville…More worship center was previously located on Aurora Avenue, but moved to its current building Aug. 1. At first glance, the church can be mistaken for a neighborhood home. It is nestled in a quiet, wooded subdivision at the end of North Main Street. Early morning services allow parishioners to go about their daily schedules with ease while still being able to attend church. Outdoor services are held occasionally.
The Compass Church of Naperville 1551 Hobson Rd, Naperville, IL60540 Associated with the Evangelical Free Church of America, The Compass Church is made up of followers of Jesus who are on…More their paths to transformation. The congregation began holding services in the Bank of Naperville in the 1950s with just 17 worshippers. It has since grown to about 1,900 adults and 600 children.
Naperville Covenant Church 1150 Hobson Rd, Naperville, IL60540 Naperville Covenant Church, founded in 1977, offers a friendly atmosphere and is a place where everyone cares for one…More another. The church has a new pastor who is very dynamic. Special programs are offered for children, teens and adults, including small groups, Bible studies and DivorceCare. Sunday school begins in the fall.
Wheatland-Salem United Methodist Church 1852 95th St, Naperville, IL60564 The mission of Wheatland-Salem United Methodist Church is simple: Love God, love one another and change the world. To…More that end, the church encourages its members to volunteer within the community and participate in mission trips to help others. The church also offers preschool and kindergarten classes through its Wheatland Academy. In the 2010-2011 school year, the school will be offering pre-k extended day programs.
Naperville Church of the Brethren 1020 W Jefferson Ave, Naperville, IL60540 The Naperville Church of the Brethren is a multi-cultural congregation with a vision to be a welcoming and loving church…More family guided by the scripture, led by the spirit and enriched by relationships. All are welcome for worship, fellowship and Christian discipleship.
Cokesbury Books and Church Supplies 760 N Route 59, Naperville, IL60563 Cokesbury Books and Church Supplies is a retailer of Christian literature, music, vestments, and church and Sunday…More school supplies. The retailer has bookstores across the country. Its Naperville bookstore serves the surrounding Northern Illinois communities.
Grace United Methodist Church 300 E Gartner Rd, Naperville, IL60540 Grace United Methodist Church was founded in 1891. It offers both traditional and praise services. Among its many…More programs are adult Sunday school classes and youth and women's groups. The church also has a parish nurse who is available to counsel families coping with and facing difficult medical decisions, and a support group is available for those with cancer.
Visitors to downtown Naperville can't miss seeing Saints Peter and Paul Parish because it is the tallest building in…More the area. The steeple climbs high into the air, giving the church an air of distinction.
The church, founded in 1846, has a large congregation and an expansive campus, including a church office and a school that serves grades K-8. The church offers a number of programs including a new parish orientation that is held once a month. The parish offers Meals on Wheels and homebound communion. Visits are also made to hospital and nursing homes. Programs are available for those interested in learning more about Catholicism and the Bible. The church has several choirs including children's, contemporary and funeral choirs. A children's liturgy is available as well as Bible study classes and a youth ministry.