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  • Bethel Baptist Church

    Our church is unique, and we invite you to come see for yourself the special niche that Bethel Baptist Church has in this community. Our motto is “Whatever the Bible says is so.” We are not ashamed of the Gospel, and we stand unapologetically for the “old t...

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  • Calvary Chapel Of Elk Grove Village

    The first Calvary Chapel was started in Costa Mesa, California, as a small nondenominational church of 25 members, pastored by Chuck Smith. The Lord blessed that small group, and now Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa is home to some 30,000 believers. Part of Calvary Chapel's dis...

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  • Church Of the Holy Spirit

    The parish was founded in 1974 in a rapidly growing area in the far northwest corner of Cook County. The founding pastor, Fr. George Kane, served the parish for its first 24 years. The founding parishioners sought to create a community of faith that would welcome all and see...

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  • Lord Of Life Lutheran Church

    Lord of Life is a Christ-centered church. Our slogan is "Know, Grow, Serve, Share." We strive to know Crist, to grow in Christ, to serve Christ in the work of ministry, and to share Christ in mission and outreach. Lord of Life is a member of congregation of the Evangelical L...

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  • Our Saviour's United Methodist Church

    Our Saviour's United Methodist Church, a thriving, growing Christian congregation, was founded in 1957 by 85 faithful individuals. Today OSUMC continues to spiritually serve a congregation of over 750 members and to extend a helping hand to the entire northwest suburban area...

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  • Prince Of Peace Lutheran Church

    Our Mission In 1996 Prince of Peace defined its mission as a congregation by focusing on three primary emphases: worship, personal spiritual growth, and service. In 2001 the mission statement was refined to read as follows: Prince of Peace Lutheran Church welcomes peopl...

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  • Prince Of Peace Lutheran Church

    Prince of Peace became a "Welcoming and Affirming Congregation" when it adopted the following statement of welcome: "That persons of all races, ages, physical, mental and emotional status or capacity, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, economic condi...

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  • Saint Matthew Catholic Church

    Our most important priorities are prayerful and uplifting liturgies, spiritual renewal, the formation of our young, the continued religious education of adults, the corporal works of mercy, the development of lay leadership, and stewardship. The power of prayer truly acco...

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  • Saint Peter Lutheran Church

    St. Peter Lutheran Church will be a biblically based and culturally relevant Christian family where we share our personal faith relationship with Jesus Christ and call people of all ages to be disciples as the Holy Spirit leads through meaningful traditional and contemporary...

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  • SummitView Christian Church

    SummitView is a non-denominational church located in the northwest suburban communities of Hoffman Estates and Algonquin, IL. No matter what your age, no matter where you come from, no matter who you are, there is a place for you at SummitView. You'll meet a great mix of fri...

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