Though Christ Community Church was founded in 1960, it just recently opened its doors in Lemont. The church, which is…More part of the Reformed Church of America, originated as the Reformed Church of Palos Heights. In the late 1990s, the Reformed Church of Palos Heights purchased 13 acres of land in Lemont for a new building. In 2000, the congregation officially changed its name to Christ Community Church and by 2007, the church finally moved to its new location in Lemont.
Today, Christ Community Church offers a weekly worship service on Sundays, as well as ministries for children, teens and adults. The church also offers study groups and missionary opportunities.
Bethany Lutheran Church is one of Lemont's most historical churches. Founded by Swedish immigrants in 1872, the churh…More was known as the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Bethany congregation. The church's first building was constructed at the corner of present-day Lemont and Division Streets in December 1873. Twenty years later, the congregation received a donation to construct a new building made of Lemont limestone. In 1940, the church officially changed its name to Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Today, the church is part of the Metropolitan Chicago Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The church offers worship services and youth ministry on Sundays, and is led by Pastor John A. Lang.
Welcome Hill Missionary Baptist Church 11461 Bell Rd, Lemont, IL60439 The Welcome Hill Missionary Baptist Church is an independent, New Testament Baptist Church serving the greater…More Lemont area. This cozy church offers many activities for families, including AWANA, a Bible-based children and youth ministry program for kids in preschool through grade six; Compass Youth Ministries, which was started in 2005; and Vacation Bible School, which is open to the community. The Welcome Hill Missionary Baptist Church welcomes all visitors from the Lemont area who are looking for a church home.
In 1947, Emmanuel Baptist Church was founded as "Airport Baptist" in Chicago. Though it was part of the General…More Association of Baptist Churches for more than 30 years, the church voted in June 1989 to move the congregation to Lemont. Its current facility has been its home since December 1989.
The church offers regular Sunday services, Bible study groups and Sunday school for children. The church also gives back to the community with ministries that help senior citizens and families in need. The church is led by Pastor Stephen Meister.
Community Christian Church of Lemont 102 Stephen St, Lemont, IL60439 The Community Christian Church of Lemont is a Bible-based Christian Church that serves the community of Lemont. The…More church offers weekly worship services, student ministries, children's programs, child care services and small group meetings during the week so members can connect with each other. The church holds its services at the old lumber yard building on Stephen Street, just south of the I&M Canal. All are welcome to celebrate, connect and contribute.
Like many other churches in Lemont, St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church began in the mid-19th century when the…More area was being settled by European immigrants. After decades of growth, a fire destroyed the inside of the church in 1918. During the rebuilding process, the congregation used Bethany Lutheran Church's facilities to hold its worship services.
Today, the St. Matthew congregation still operates in the rebuilt facility on Lemont Street. In addition to weekly worship services, the church offers Bible studies, youth groups, Sunday School, music ministries and service opportunities.
First Church of The Nazarene 12725 Bell Rd, Lemont, IL60439 In addition to regular worship services, First Church of the Nazarene offers a variety of ministries for children, teens…More and adults. Bible studies, recovery groups and music ministries are available to all members. The church also features a year-round recreation league, Nazarene Recreation, for children, teens and adults. Preschool is available to children ages three and four.
Though the Lemont United Methodist Church has called its Custer Street location home since 1970, the congregation…More itself dates all the way back to 1860. Its original building -- the Old Stone Church on Lemont Street -- was built in 1861 and is now occupied by the Lemont Area Historical Society.
Today, the church holds regular services and also offers an array of programs and ministries for churchgoers of all ages. The church also reaches out to the community with its Open Pantry program. Founded in 1975, the Open Pantry provides food to families in need.
Lemont United Methodist Church is home to Happy Hands Pre-School, which currently has 14 classes. For more information, call 630-257-3112.
St. Patrick Church -- a landmark site near the downtown area -- was founded in 1839 by a pioneer Catholic population…More of Irish, German and Polish immigrants. Today the church serves hundreds of families and offers daily Mass, religious education, music ministries and service opportunities.
St. Patrick's and St. Alphonsus' elementary schools consolidated in 1967. Though students were originally divided between the two buildings based on grade, they are now housed in one building at 20W 145 Davey Road.
SS. Cyril and Methodius Parish was founded in 1884 after pastors at St. Alphonsus Church decided a new parish was…More needed to serve the needs of Lemont's Polish community. Since then, the church has expanded to serve more than 1,000 families.
In addition to daily mass, SS. Cyril and Methodius offers a variety of ministry programs, a Polish language school and religious education. The parish also has a K-8 Catholic elementary school across the street from church grounds.
Calvary Church 1375 State St, Lemont, IL60439 Calvary Church has served its worshipers for decades. This Assembly of God church is pastored by Jim Nichols and…More has approximately 250-300 members every week. It has created many ways for you and your family to get involved, such as youth worship services, meetings for moms, small-group studies, music programs, missionary programs and child care. Sunday children's services incorporate games, multimedia and stories. One some days, visitors may also buy food from the cafe or play pool or basketball.