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First Baptist Church of Bolingbrook
314 E Briarcliff Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

The First Baptist Church of Bolingbrook is located on East Briarcliff Road, directly across from Bolingbrook'sMore Central Park. Founded in 1967, the church prides itself on making disciples out of its members "by going, by baptizing and by teaching."

The church also helps run the Peter Pan preschool, a food pantry and a children's church that runs at the same time as normal Sunday service hours.

The church also allows for small groups to meet for private worship. For more information on small groups, the church asks that you call ahead.

St. Dominic Church
440 E Briarcliff Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

Founded in 1963, St. Dominic Church is one of two Roman Catholic churches in the Bolingbrook area. The church, whichMore is located next to its own St. Dominic School off East Briarcliff Road, hosts ministries such as the Knights of Columbus, the Council of Catholic Women, Project Gabriel and the St. Vincent de Paul Society.

As Bolingbrook's Hispanic population began to rise in the 1990s, St. Dominic Church became a leader in the local Hispanic worship community. The church now offers three masses in Spanish, in addition to its four English services. For more information about St. Dominic, visit the church's Web site.

Church of St. Benedict
909 Lily Cache Ln, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

The Church of St. Benedict, across from Volunteer Park on Lily Cache Lane, is a member of the Episcopal Church andMore the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago.

The church sits in a newly designed building circa 2003 and focuses on bringing the community together through prayer and worship.

It offers several ministry options, including music and outreach, and its facilities are available for use to any interested groups that have church members.

Divine Shepherd Lutheran Church
985 Lily Cache Ln, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

The Divine Shepherd Lutheran Church is located on Lily Cache Lane between Veterans Parkway and Lindsey Lane. Built inMore 1977, the church offers a variety of service activities centered around its 9a.m. Sunday worship. The building is most noticeable by its big brown brick structure and ample parking space in the rear of the building.

The church features a small, family-oriented congregation and helps run a church library for all of its perishoners and the Little Lambs Preschool.

The church also offers a men's Bible breakfast on every third Saturday of the month at 8:30a.m.; a women's Bible study on every second Tuesday of the month at 1:15p.m.; and a Book of Concord study every third Tuesday at 7p.m.

New Hope Baptist Church of Bolingbrook
509 E Briarcliff Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

Founded in 1986, when it still met out of Bolingbrook High School, the New Hope Baptist Church of BolingbrookMore features a diverse congregation that is as welcoming as it is dedicated.

The church is located off of East Briarcliff Rd. and offers many programs for its members including child church, youth ministries, and music and choir programs. The church also has a women's program that meets every second Sunday of each month called Women's Agape Inspiration Team (A.G.A.P.E.).

It's Sunday school is held every Sunday at 9:15am and offers goers a free continental breakfast and the church even offers weekday worship options.

Alpha Missionary Baptist Church
240 S Schmidt Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Alpha Missionary Baptist Church is located off South Schmidt Road just north of Bolingbrook High School and is mostMore noticeable for its maroon aluminum roof. The church has ample parking space for parishoners and also helps operate a weekday daycare center.
Independent Baptist Church
380 W Boughton Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

The Independent Baptist Church is a strikingly visible church located off Boughton Road about halfway between SchmidtMore Road and Route 53. With a moderately-sized congregation, the church stands on the same ground as its original site, which fell victim to an arsonist attack in March 1989.

On top of its Sunday services, the church also offers Sunday School for all ages at 6pm, and a weekday Bible Study on Wednesdays at 7:30pm, as well as ministries for youth and adults alike.

 

St Francis of Assisi
1501 W Boughton Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60490

St. Francis of Assisi is a Roman Catholic church founded in 1980 located at the intersection of West Boughton RoadMore and Palmer Drive. The church has ample parking and is most noticable by its strong brown brick structure.

As one of the biggest churches in the Bolingbrook-area, St. Francis also offers ministry opportunities including the Council of Catholic Women, Knights of Columbus and St. Vincent  de Paul Society.

Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witnesses
310 Dupage Dr, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

The Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witnesses is the local chapter of the National Jehovahs Witnesses Church. The church isMore located on DuPage Drive, which is accessible by taking Schmidt Road to Seneca Lane and then turning right onto DuPage Drive. The church is then located directly behind the Kinder Care Learning Center. The church is separated into four congregations: the East Bolingbrook Congregation, West Bolingbrook Congregation, River Bend Congregation and Spanish Bolingbrook Congregation. Each congregation then has its own times of worship.

 

New Song Church
151 E Briarcliff Rd, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

Nestled right behind the Market Square shopping center at the intersection of Bolingbrook Drive and Briarcliff Road,More the New Song Church houses several New Song services, including the Midwest Christian Montessori Academy, the Good Shepherd Head Start Pre-School and the Bolingbrook Christian Health Center.

Founded in 1997, the church is part of the Evangelical Free Church of America association and is most recognizable as a massive brick structure located off East Briarcliff Road, directly across from the Enclave condominium complex.

The church also runs a food pantry, which serves an average of 65 families per week, and houses the Will County Community Service Council, which offers counseling to families experiencing difficulties with housing and utilities.

 

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