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2018 Apportionments Paid

Posted: February 19 2019 at 04:07 PM
Author: By David Quinn, Apportionments Administrator


As we close the books for 2018, we want to take a moment to thank the 183 churches who paid 100% of their apportionments. We even had an amazing 27 churches pay over 100%. See list below.
 
Of the 183 churches, 77 went on to become Rainbow Covenant churches. These churches help complete the Methodist tradition of “a portion meant for others”.

100% Churches for 2018
*indicates above 100%

Aurora District

Aurora: Wesley*
Carol Stream: St. Andrew
Downers Grove: First
Geneva
Glen Ellyn: First
Glen Ellyn: St. Thomas
Green Garden
Hinsdale
Joliet: Hope*
Kaneville
Lemont
Lisle: Faith
Manhattan*
Millington
Millbrook
Morris: First
Naperville: Community
New Lenox
Orland Park: Faith
Oswego: Good Shepherd
Plainfield: First
Plainfield: Sharon
Plano
Plattville
St. Charles: Baker
Wheaton: Gary
Winfield: Community
Woodridge
Yorkville: Trinity
Winfield: South Asian*
Bolingbrook: Crossroads of Faith
Flowing Grace

Chicago Northwestern District

Chicago: Church of 3 Crosses
Chicago: Edison Park
Chicago: El Redentor/Redeemer of Calvary
Wheeling: First Korean
Chicago: Resurrection
Chicago: Grace of Logan Square
Chicago: Humboldt Park
Chicago: New Hope
Deerfield: Christ*
Evanston: Emmanuel
Evanston: Hemenway
Evanston: Sherman
Glencoe: North Shore
Maywood: Neighborhood
Northbrook: Northbrook
Northbrook: North Northfield
Oak Park: First
Oak Park: St. John's
River Forest*
Chicago: Adalberto Memorial
Chicago: Indo Pak
Skokie: Jesus Loves Korean (NFC)
Melrose Park: Stone Park Mission*

Chicago Southern District

Alsip: Christ
Brookfield Compassion
Chicago: Chicago Lawn*
Chicago: Clair Christian
Chicago: First (Temple)
Chicago: Gorham
Chicago: Ingleside Whitfield
Chicago: Morgan Park
Chicago: St. Mark
Chicago: South Shore
Chicago: Union Avenue
Chicago: United Church of Hyde Park*
Chicago: Wesley
Evergreen Park: First*
Flossmoor: South Suburban Korean
Harvey: Transformation Community*
Urban Village Church

DeKalb District

Albany
Brookville
Chana
Coleta
DeKalb: First
Dixon: First
Earlville
East Jordan
Erie*
Esmond
Fenton
Franklin Grove
Harding*
Harmon
Hinckley: First
Kingston
La Moille: Community
Leland
Leon
Lighthouse
Malta
Malta: Northwest
Maple Park: Grace
Marseilles
Mendota: First
Mendota: Zion
Morrison
Mount Morris: Disciples
Norway*
Oregon*
Ottawa: First
Paw Paw
Princeton: First
Prophetstown
Red Oak (Bureau)
Reynolds
Rochelle
Seneca: First
Serena*
Sheridan
Sterling: First
Sterling: Wesley
Sycamore*
Tampico
Triumph
Waterman
Wyanet

Elgin District

Addison: Good Samaritan*
Alden
Antioch
Arlington Heights: First
Barrington: Barrington
Barrington: Salem
Buffalo Grove: Kingswood
Burlington
Des Plaines: First*
Elgin: First*
Elmhurst: Christ*
Elmhurst: Faith Evangelical
Fox River Grove: Community
Hampshire: Zion
Harvard: First
Hebron
Ingleside*
Lake Bluff: Grace
Libertyville
Marengo
Mount Hope
Wauconda: Federated Church
Waukegan: First
Wood Dale: Community Church
Mount Prospect: Sam Mool Korean

Rockford District

Apple River
Argo Fay
Belvidere: First
Capron
Cedarville
Dakota Rock Grove
Davis: Calvary
Davis Junction
Fair Haven*
Florence
Freeport: Faith
Galena
German Valley
Hanover
Hunter
Kent
Lanark
Leaf River
McConnell
Milledgeville
Poplar Grove*
Red Oak
Rock City
Rockford: Aldersgate
Rockford: Christ the Carpenter
Rockford: Evans
Rockford: Grace
Rockford: Harlem*
Rockton*
Roscoe
Savanna: First
Scales Mound
Shannon: Bethel
Shirland
Stockton: Wesley*
Thomson
Warren
Winnebago
Chemung

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