"You, my brothers, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the sinful nature; rather, serve one another in love.." Galatians 5: 13 (NIV)

Transitioning through life's challenging stages exposes our need for God's grace and for a connection with a faith community.  During times of transition, we strive to be agile and focused in providing compassionate spiritual care, offering fellowship and entering relationships while mediating God's grace to one another.  Transition moments include entering marriage, grieving a loss, becoming a parent, parenting adolescents, becoming empty-nesters, caring for aging parents, enduring chronic or terminal illness, going through divorce, losing a job, moving to a new community, changing careers and many more. 

Meal Ministry
Volunteers make or pick-up and delivery meals to homebound members of our faith family or those in the midst of a challenging situation due to illness, injury or other life situation. To request meals or to join the Meal Ministry volunteer list, contact Donna Sims, UMCG Meal Ministry Coordinator at dlsims01@yahoo.com or 630-230-773.

Friendly Visitors
It's vital that we remember the members of our church who are not able to attend church activities, or worship with us on a regular basis.  For more information, please contact Nancie Lillie at 630-232-6696 or sandnlillie@gmail.com or Rod Yarger at rjyarger@comcast.net or (630) 584-2656.

Memory Loss Care Circle
Meets the 3rd Monday of every month in the Parlor at 10:30 am.
Support group for people committed to caring for a loved one who is experiencing memory loss at any stage. These dedicated husbands, wives, sons, daughters and other caregivers meet to share their hopes and frustrations with one another.
     In the time together consists of laughter, tears, shared information and an opportunity to recalibrate and be reassured that they are not alone in this time of their life. This support group is always open to new people who share a common interest in this journey.
     For more information, please contact Linda Tamlyn at 630-406-6907.