Home Church is a group of believers developing fully devoted followers of Jesus. We have Sunday morning services each week at 9am and 11am!
Welcome to the Newman Catholic Community at Eastern Illinois University. PRAY, LEARN, & SERVE with us! Visit us www.eiunewman.org
RSO and Campus Ministry at Eastern Illinois University
Family-Friendly, God-Centered, Community-Minded
Sunday morning Worship is at 10:30 Monthly life groups Wednesday evening education classes (all ages. Children, Youth group and adults) is at 6:30
Chi Alphas are on university campuses all over the world. We're a student movement for Jesus. You belong here.
St. Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church Office Hours: 8:00-4:00 921 Madison Ave. Charleston, IL 61920 Phone: (217) 345-3332 Fax: (217)348-8449 Moriarty Hall: (217) 345-3066 Luisa DiPietro Memorial Library in Moriarty Hall open by appointment.
New Hope Worship Center is a Free Methodist Church established in April 2016. A Fresh Hope. A Fresh Touch.
An inclusive community of young adults, growing in faith through ministries of worship, prayer, community, and service
At Christ First Church, we seek to put Christ first in all areas of our church life: our worship, our ministries, our relationships, and our community.
An Interchurch ministry providing a Christ-centered education for children.
Christian community welcoming all in Christ's name; serve others & seek justice; nurture transforming relationships in God's name. Worship on Facebook Live at 10:30am Sundays! Call the office for other online opportunities.
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) congregation
Isn't it time for a fresh start?
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Eastern Illinois is a small lay-led congregation that was founded in March, 1965. We meet the second Sunday of every month at 10:30 at Bob's Bookstore in Charleston, Illinois. Join us. All are welcome.
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church 921 Madison Ave. Charleston, IL 217-345-3332 www.saintcharleschurch.org
We hope that you will join us in worship. God's house is open to all who enter. Please feel free to visit on Sunday morning or contact us by phone or email for more information. All are welcome!!
The Mount Tabor Methodist Episcopal church was organized in 1858 by Rev. John Adams.