Thinking about visiting us for worship or an event? We’re
excited to welcome you to United in Faith!
There are a few things we want you to know to help ensure
things go smoothly.
We are located on Irving Park Road, between Natchez and
Neenah (west of Narragansett, east of Harlem). The building is
a long, low building painted blue, directly across from
The main parking lot is in back, off the alley between
Natchez and Neenah. It’s best to enter from Neenah and
turn left into the alley. There is an entrance off the back
parking lot. A secondary parking area is directly against the
east side of the church building (between the church and Jolly
Inn). Finally, there are some parking spots on Irving Park Road
directly in front of the church. There is a door into the
church from Irving Park as well. For both the secondary and
street parking, it is best to enter from Irving Park Road.
Taking public transportation – the #80 CTA bus drives
past our building. Get off either at Natchez or Neenah. Enter
through the church office door off of Irving Park Road.
Most Sundays, we have two services – one at 8:30am and
one at 10:30am. The 8:30am service centers on piano and organ
music, and is more “traditional”. The 10:30am
service includes some Christian contemporary music, accompanied
by vocalists, guitar, bass, keyboard, and drums. Both services
include weekly communion.
On the 5th Sunday of the month, we have one service at
9:30am – to confirm the service times, check our calendar or call the
church office at 773-283-2326. We offer just one service at
9:30 during the summer (generally June through August) that
combines elements and instruments from both worship styles.
Other Sunday Morning Opportunities
On days when we have two services (8:30 and 10:30), we have
fellowship time with refreshments at 9:30. This is a good time
to meet people from both worship service times, as we share
coffee and snacks and conversation. Sunday school for children
(up to 6th grade) is also at 9:30 when we have both services.
Sometimes, Pastor Carla regularly leads a short Bible study on
those days as well and all are welcomed.
Community and Recovery Groups
St. Cyprian’s Food Pantry (Monday and Thursday,
New Life for Old Bags (making mats for the homeless on the 1st
Saturday of the month)
Girl Scouts & Boy Scouts (various times)
AA, Al Anon, Survivors of Incest Anonymous (various times)