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Welcome to United in Faith (UIF)!
A Place of Faith in the City 


Office -       
Pastor Jeanie Reardon -          Webmaster -

773-283-2326             6525 W. Irving Park Road                        Chicago, IL 60634
We're right by the Irving Park & Natchez bus stop for CTA bus #80. 

SUNDAY WORSHIP - both in person and online - at 10:00am


July 8, 2024


*9:00am: FELLOWSHIP: Come and share coffee and snacks and conversation with your fellow churchgoers.

*10:00am: Worship: In Person and Livestreamed.  Find us on Facebook ( OR YouTube (

Pastor Jeanie is usually available on Wednesdays & Thursdays (10 AM to 3 PM).  You can call the office at 773-283-2326 to schedule an appointment with this link -  

Constitution adopted 6/30/2024 (About Us/Governing Documents & Policies)

Love Letters To United in Faith Lutheran Church (2/25/2024)

LSSI (4/14/2024) - pictures                Transition Team Reports 4/16/2024 - (About Us/Transition Team Reports)

Gratitude Journal Prompts (Resources/Gratitude Journal Prompts)

The Stewardship Ministry has compiled a “Gratitude Journal” that will be made available for everyone on a table outside the sanctuary or contact the office if you’d like to have a gratitude journal sent to you. The Gratitude Journal prompts are also available to download It is meant to be a daily journal where you can spend five minutes a day thinking of the things for which you are grateful. There will be prompts to help you get the ball rolling such as: Things I love, What brings me joy, and What positive things have happened in the course of my day.

Book Club News

Our July book selection is Black Earth Wisdom: Soulful Conversations with Black Environmentalists by Leah Penniman.  Join us as we learn of ancestral and ancient practices of listening to the earth for guidance.


"In Black Earth Wisdom, author Leah Penniman shares the experiences, perspectives and stories of 16 Black environmentalists to get at the heart of Black people's spiritual and scientific connections to our planet...Penniman argues that Black cultural heritage is rife with 'ecological humility.' This concept posits that humans are family members of the life around us, rather than masters of it. And as we begin to appreciate Earth through the lens of members of the Black community. it becomes easier to recognize nature as not just land, water or resource, but 'teacher, text and kin.' "   Jennifer Winger, Nature Conservancy Magazine


Book discussion Saturday, July 13 at 10:00

You are invited!



 Kids Place" in the Church Sanctuary

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