Northbrook United Methodist Church is a justice-centered, Jesus loving, group of people who worship in Northbrook, IL.
We are a Reconciling congregation - we believe that God has made all of us good and called us each beloved. We welcome our lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and straight siblings, as well as those of us who are still figuring things out. We rejoice at our cis- and trans- siblings being able to worship and be in community together. We believe Black Lives Matter - to God, and to us. Though most of our members are white, we work to live out our commitments to justice by continuing the work of Jesus and following his example. God has set the table and opened it to all people - all races, all ethnicities, all abilities, all economic situations, all relationship, all ages, all ways of experiencing the world, and we invite you to come experience what happens when that's the starting point for our life together.
Caring for Each Other During COVID-19
Our faith calls us to first do no harm,
and this is our guiding principle as we live through this pandemic.
Worship with us in-person or on Zoom!
We are in the Yellow Zone:
Northbrook's COVID-19 case rate has increased, and the CDC Community Level for Cook County is at Low.
Masks are encouraged and required for singing in the sanctuary. If you forgot a mask and need one, the ushers will be happy to provide you one.
Please do not worship in-person if you have a fever, cough, sore throat, headache, or other symptoms of COVID-19 or been exposed to someone who has COVID-19.
For more information visit the Covid-19 Protocols section.