Nurturing Disciples of Christ . . .
Proclaiming the Good News . . .

for Stonington, IL
and the World!

We are a community of faith

with a PURPOSE “to be close to God,”

and a MISSION “to nurture disciples of Jesus Christ and to proclaim His Good News,”

and a VISION of Stonington and the world “as a community where there is respect for all creation, a quality of life, and worship of God in the fullest!”

The Rev. Caleb McGregor, pastor

A Little About Us

Sunday Morning Worship Service

10:30 - 11:30 am

Live Streamed on our Facebook Page
(click on the icon below)

COVID-19 Guidelines

1. Our building is currently limited to 50 persons for any event. 
In-person worship continues.
2. Everyone inside the building is asked to wear a face mask, particularly while fellowshipping and singing.
3. We are engaging in congregational singing,
but it is limited for the time being.
4. Pews are marked so that seating is spread out,
approximately every two pews.
5. Offering plates and other objects are no longer
being passed through the pews.
6. Hand-sanitizer and masks are available to all.
7. Our building is thoroughly cleaned each week
between services.

You Are Welcome Here

All are welcome here!  ALL!

You are loved and loveable!  

Come as you are!

We are wheelchair accessible!

We are child-friendly!




Region 3 Tier-1 Mitigation - 10/29/2020

Our church is in Region 3 in Illinois.  On 10/29/2020, our region was placed in a “Tier-1 Mitigation” phase.  For churches, this means gatherings are limited to 25 persons or fewer OR 25% of room capacity.  Since our current numbers are below both these thresholds, we will continue in-person worship as normal.  All congregational singing has been removed and we reiterate that all worshippers wear face masks, sanitize their hands often, and social distance appropriately.

Remembering a Healing Servant of God

   Pastor Raymond Dale Radae’s long battle with recurring cancer ended with his passing in the morning hours of Monday, October 19th.  He faithfully served and healed our congregation during his 10-year appointment from 2006-2016.  We will miss him dearly and his sensitive, pastoral heart, warm smile, and healing ministry poured forth on us unconditionally and unreservedly.
   His visitation is from 10-noon on Thursday, October 29th at Worden UMC in Worden, IL (103 S. Lincoln St.) with a service immediately following.
A group will be leaving Edinburg around 9:45 to attend visitation and service.