The First United Methodist Church of Lombard Family welcomes you to our corner of Main & Maple!

For the forseeable future, we will be worshiping ad sharing prayer time via FaceBook and YouTube.

The link for the page is here:


Sunday worship is at 10am:

Note:  In-person worship requires wearing a mask in the building 

FaceBook and YouTube are also options for the 10am Sunday service. 

If you have technical difficulties with this link before, during, or after the service or prayer time, please contact Pam at

Pam can guide you through the process.


No matter what your reason or how you found us, you are welcome here!

You will be warmly welcomed upon your arrival for your first in-person worship experience with us.

Our welcoming center greeters and ushers will provide you with information upon your arrival and a welcome gift bag.

Your children are welcome to remain in worship if you wish.   Or …

Nursery care is available for infants to 3-year-old children.  4+ year old meet for “Sunday School”  meet weekly after the Children’s Message in the Sunday School room on the 2nd level. 


You may park in either of the two lots. The upper lot is closest to the sanctuary and handicap accessible. The lower level lot is NOT handicap accessible. Additional parking is available in the Brust Funeral Home parking lot.  Parking Placards for the Brust lot are available from our Sunday morning Ushers. 


Dress is casual. Anything from shorts, to jeans, to your “Sunday best” will fit right in.  Please be respectful that you are in God’s house.

Coffee & Conversation

We invite you to join us for coffee and conversation after worship. If you would like a tour of the church — just ask!  You will have an opportunity to meet our lead pastor, our minister of congregational care, our spiritual director and our director of youth ministries, and members and friends who worship with us every Sunday.

We are conveniently located at 155 S Main Street, Lombard – one block south of the train station on the NE corner of Main & Maple (next to DQ)

United Methodists come in all sizes, shapes, colors, dispositions, outlooks and life stories, but share a unique history and faith pPortrait of a large group of a Mixed Age people smiling and embracing together. [url=][img][/img][/url]erspective. Our members speak many languages and live in many countries.

No matter how or where they serve Jesus Christ, United Methodists do God’s work in a unique structure—referred to as “the connection.” This concept has been central to Methodism from its beginning. Connectionalism comes to life through our clergy appointment system, our mission and outreach, and through our collective giving. We live out our call to mission and ministry by engaging in ministry with the poor, combating diseases of poverty by improving health globally, creating new places for new people and renewing existing congregations, and developing principled Christian leaders. No one congregation can do all these ministries, but together—through the power of our connection—we can make a tremendous difference.

Everyone helps in different ways, with different gifts and talents!  Let us know what your talents are and where you’d like to help!  We always need sound techs, musicians, vocalists, carpenters, painters, storytellers, teachers, and so much more!