Worship Celebration Sundays beginning at 9:30am
What does FUMCAH mean in the first place?
FUMCAH is the acronym (First United Methodist Church of Arlington Heights) that we use to describe our community.
Where are you located?
We’re located at 1903 East Euclid Avenue in Arlington Heights, IL. Click here for a map. Visitor parking and accessible entrances are located to the left as you enter our parking lot from Euclid Avenue.
What time do Sunday services begin & end?
Worship begins every Sunday morning at 9:30am. We celebrate Holy Communion (which is open to people of every denomination or religious inclination) on the first Sunday of each month. Expect excellent music, prophetic preaching, and a warm & welcoming community. Worship typically lasts an hour.
Are children welcome in worship?
Absolutely! We also offer Nursery Care (birth through age 2) during worship, fellowship time and Sunday morning adult education. Sunday School, age two through sixth grade, is at 9:30 and multi-age “Celebration Station” is from 10:40-11:30.
Is your building accessible for those with special needs?
Our building is currently equipped with ADA-required ramps, elevators, and a lift to and from our Fellowship Hall. Our worship space is equipped with ample room for assistive devices. Those with hearing needs are invited to inform an usher and receive one of our hearing assistive devices.
Who do I contact if I want to learn more about the Church?
You’re invited to call or email one of our three pastors if you have any questions about our community, beliefs, programs, or worship opportunities. They may be reached by email (please visit our staff page for more information) or by calling 847-255-5112.
August 23, 2015, “Awash on Which Sea?”
August 16, 2015, “Into the Woods”
August 9, 2015, “Disciplining Children with Rods”
August 2, 2015, “Homosexuality and the Bible”
July 26, 2015, “The Voice in Ramah”
July 19, 2015, “Womb of Life”
July 12, 2015, “Only Through Jesus?”
July 5, 2015, “God Who Orders to Kill”
June 28, 2015, “Paul’s and Silas’ Trip to Philippi”