Calvary Baptist Church 823 Hamilton St, Geneva, IL60134 Calvary Baptist Church on Hamilton Street is an independent, soul-winning church. Part of its mission is to evangelize…More and bring the word of the Lord to men and women who have lost their way. The church features a new addition and is led by Pastor Rick Weesner, Spanish Pastor Edgar Velasco and Youth Pastor Andrew Whittenburg.
Fox Valley Church of God 33w835 Cherry Ln, Geneva, IL60134 Fox Valley Church of God is open to all who wish to come and worship. The church stresses family and letting God's love…More help you in everyday activities of life. The church offers a family night each Wednesday, as well as youth programs.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church 320 Franklin St, Geneva, IL60134 The beautiful chapel at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, built in 1868, is open during the day hours for quiet prayer and…More reflection. Worship is based on historic Anglican practices and prayer. Members come from all walks of life: many have non-church, Protestant or Catholic backgrounds. The newer part of the church has a columbarium available for purchase.
First Congregational Church of Geneva United Church of Christ 321 Hamilton St, Geneva, IL60134 The First Congregational Church of Geneva was formed in 1849 and has worshipped in this building since 1856.…More Congregational worship is derived from both the old and new testaments, and is founded in a belief that the congregation is the most important structure of the church, and in an individual and continually developing relationship to the scriptures. Visitors are welcome to join the First Congregational Church for Sunday services. First Congregational also provides youth Sunday school programs and a book club, and participates in community outreach and mission activities.
First Baptist Church of Geneva 2300 South St, Geneva, IL60134 The First Baptist of Church of Geneva has its door open for all faiths seeking a relationship with God. The church's…More mission is to reach out to people in the community, connect people with God, equip them with spiritual awareness and serve others in Christ. There are many programs offered by the church for continuing education, care and support. Children's programs help to bring the kids together and get involved with the church.
United Methodist Church of Geneva 211 Hamilton St, Geneva, IL60134 This relaxed, non-traditional church is run by pastors Bill Obalil and Rob Hamilton who host informal "pizza with the…More pastor" meetings for new members.
Faith Baptist Church at Mill Creek 1s455 S Mill Creek Dr, Geneva, IL60134 Opened in its current location in 2008, Faith Baptist Church at Mill Creek welcomes all people of any faith. The…More worship services are considered to be American Baptist with a comtemporary feel and open communion. Along with the services, there are many community events. The church also has children services and bible study and hosts a variety of events so check the Web site.
Faith Lutheran Church 1745 Kaneville Rd, Geneva, IL60134 Faith Lutheran Church offers a contemporary worship service. Following the service is an education hour. Visitors and…More guest are welcome to attend. During the school year, Faith Lutheran provides pre-school services. There is also a Sunday school and youth programs.
Fox Valley Presbyterian Church 227 East Side Dr, Geneva, IL60134 Fox Valley Presbyterian Church invites friends and guests to come and worship with them. If you enjoy yourself, you can…More always become a member. There are new member classes, adult spiritual groups, children and youth classes, and every Sunday is an opportunity to meet other members at coffee after the service.
Approximately 2,700 families call St. Peter Catholic Church in Geneva their church home. Most parishioners live in…More the city of Geneva, and the church is active in the community, sponsoring more than 60 ministries, including the church's popular Barn Sale fundraiser.
St. Peter Church is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2011 under its new pastor, the Reverend Martins C. Emeh. The parish is host to St. Peter School and St. Peter Community Food Pantry.
"There's room for all here," Father Martins said. "Room for the conservatives and the more liberal and those in the middle. While people might not always see things the same way, various views are accommodated. Our views as a congregation are moderate, in the way we minister and in our philosophy. There's a phrase in Latin, in medio stat virtus, which translates to 'Virtue stands in the middle,' and we believe in that.
"We try to make it easy for people to get to church and the Sacraments. There are five weekend masses, and we have weekday masses two times a day and confessions six days a week."
The first paragraph of its mission statement reads as follows: "We, the people of Saint Peter Parish, guided by the Holy Spirit, are called to celebrate life in a community of faith, growth and compassion."