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2017-2018 Directory for The United Methodist Church of The Northern Illinois Conference (updated 1/31/18)

Note: information in the printed directory is dated November 2017. The most current information about the NIC Offices is found under staff.

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Errata as of 11/20/17

2017-18 Conference Committee Chairs

Northern Illinois Conference Churches

Click here enter the NIC interactive google map. Churches are marked by a pin with a district color code: Aurora = Blue, Chicago NW = Orange, Chicago So = Yellow, DeKalb = Green, Elgin = Red, Rockford = Purple. You can select or deselect districts to view by checking or unchecking the box on the left side of the map. To find a church, type the city or a word from the name (like Trinity) in the search box, and you will get a list of churches in the map that have that word. When you click on a pin it will tell you the name of the church at that location, the address of the church, the URL to their website, if available.

News & Announcements

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Shepherding Team strategizes over summer

Members of the Annual Conference Shepherding team met twice over the summer to continue their work on strategic planning while working toward new goals for the Conference. 


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Registration open for UMM Spiritual Congress

Men of the Northern Illinois Conference, you're invited to join the Northern Illinois Conference UMM for the Spiritual Congress (annual men’s retreat) to be held September 14-16th i…

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Church’s neighborly outreach to school builds relationships and community

When the nearly 300 elementary students go back to the classroom at Rochelle’s Central School this fall, their next door neighbor will be by their sid…

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Sympathy Notice: Rev. Leonard L. Sukut

Rev. Leonard L. Sukut, retired member of the Northern Illinois Conference, passed away on Sunday, August 5, 2018. During his ministry, he served in Canada where he was ordained. In the No…

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