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Single Summer Service Schedule: 9:30 am

Sunday, @ 9:30 am - Sunday, @ 10:30 am

First Congregational Church of Glen Ellyn 535 Forest AveILUnited States
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We offer child care in our nursery for infants through 2-year-olds and church school for preschool age through high school. If you are a newcomer, please be sure to visit our Welcome & Information center outside the sanctuary; we look forward to greeting you.

Our faith community is centered in worship. We are known for the wide variety of music that’s presented on Sunday mornings, even within a single service, creating a truly blended worship experience. We are a thinking congregation that doesn’t require you to check your brain at the door when you walk in. Worship sermons are intelligent and engaging; they may challenge you, give you pause and make you laugh. Our hope is that ultimately they help sustain you on the journey.

Nursery care for infants and toddlers continues during the summer; preschoolers continue to have class for the entire worship service in the Preschool Classroom on the lower level; kids entering kindergarten through high school age begin in 9:30 am (single summer service)  worship and leave during passing of the peace. Children may join their current grade level over the summer, or join their new (fall) grade level, wherever they feel the most comfortable.  On the first Sundays of the month, 1st – 12th grades remain for the entire worship service for Communion Sundays, while preschool & Kindergarten have class in Starlight Cinema.

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Sunday, @ 9:30 am
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Sunday, @ 10:30 am
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First Congregational Church of Glen Ellyn 535 Forest AveILUnited States+ Google Map Phone: 6304693096 Website: https://fccge.org/
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