Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church is located near the intersection of Dundee and Quentin roads. The church began in…More 1970 in Prospect Heights and met in Mount Prospect until 1979. Holy Resurrection came to Palatine in 1983.
The church's programs include a church school and an adult study group. The parish priest is Father Alexander Kuchta.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, was founded in the 1940s. The church has been at its current location in Palatine…More since about 1965. The church is 100-percent lay people and uses the King James Bible as the source of its readings and sermons.
The church has Sunday school and a Christian Science Reading Room. The reading room is open to the public and Christian Science literature is available.
Church of God's Grace 149 N Brockway St, Palatine, IL60067 Church of God's Grace serves the Korean community in Palatine and the northwest suburbs. Under the guidance of the Rev.…More Joong Ma, the church follows the beliefs of the Full Gospel World Mission and the World Mission Society Church of God, which Ma says is the largest faith in South Korea, and one of the largest in the world. It is a friendly, low-key church, where Korean-speaking children and adults meet throughout the week to pray, worship and take part in their community.
Saint Nectarios Greek Orthodox 133 S Roselle Rd, Palatine, IL60067 Saint Nectarios Greek Orthodox church offers Sunday worship services at 8:30am and 9:30am, with Sunday school services…More following at 10:30am. Saint Nectarios has a number of ministries available including Youth Ministries, Greek School, Parish Council and Adult Education. The Greek Orthodox church is located on South Roselle Road at Palatine Road.
Church of Christ 1050 N Deer Ave, Palatine, IL60067 Church of Christ is a family-friendly church in an out-of-the-way wooded setting just off Northwest Highway. The Church…More of Christ bases its beliefs and practices on the Bible and seeks to restore the New Testament church established by Christ.
Countryside Unitarian Universalist Church was founded in 1956 and offers a tolerant religious community where members…More are encouraged along their individual spiritual paths. This congregation met in various locations and eventually purchased the old Palatine Library on Brockway Street in 1976. In 1993 the church moved into its current building on Smith Street. They offer a variety of programs for all members, from adult discussion groups to community service groups for teenagers.
Countryside's minister is Hilary Landau Krivchenia.
Iglesia Corona De Amor 431 N Quentin Rd, Palatine, IL60067 Iglesia Corona De Amor is a Spanish-speaking church that caters to the Hispanic community. The congregation numbers…More about 163. The church shares its building with Grace Community Church. It offers child care and a variety of youth programs. The church administrator is Jose Bautista.
New Hope Community Church 1023 E Palatine Rd, Palatine, IL60074 At New Hope Community Church we invite you to come and learn who God really is and what it means to follow Jesus as a…More man or woman in 21st century America. New Hope is a safe place to bring questions, struggles or even doubts. Please join us for worship service on Sunday mornings at 10:45am. Check out our website at newhopeforyou.org for more information.
New Light Christian Church 1700 N Rand Rd, Palatine, IL60074 New Light Christian Church has served its Mandarin Chinese- and English-speaking Christian worshipers for 10 years. The…More church offers Sunday School for children and adults, Bible study in both languages, and a Youth Group that meets Friday nights.
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church 1190 N Hicks Rd, Palatine, IL60067 Prince of Peace offers a variety of ministries including Children's Ministry, Student Ministry, Prayer Ministry and…More Mission Outreach. Prince of Peace Lutheran Church is located on North Hicks Road, north of Northwest Highway.
Bethel Lutheran Church 3839 W Frontage Rd, Palatine, IL60067 Bethel Lutheran Church has been a fixture in the northwest suburbs for 53 years. The worship style here is fairly…More traditional but somewhat informal. The sacrament of communion is offered at every service. Music is played on an organ or piano, and on special occasions, by a small brass and string ensemble. Bethel Lutheran Church uses the new Evangelical Lutheran Worship book, which offers a variety of liturgies and hymns.