Worship begins at 9:00am on Sunday mornings.


While we have returned to in-person worship, a livestream option is also available at  www.facebook.com/streamwoodiucc

Videos remain on our page afterwards to watch at your convenience as well.

You DO NOT need a Facebook account to access livestream or recorded worship.


Here at IUCC, we offer a traditional, yet casual mixture of scripture, preaching, music, and prayer, as well as an interactive time for all ages called Engaging the Word. We provide bulletins for each week's order of service, and also project this information onto large screens at the front of the sanctuary.


Communion is offered on the first Sunday of the month. We celebrate an open table, where all are welcome to take communion. Bread and gluten-free crackers, as well as wine and grape juice, are available.


Children are welcome to attend the services. Childcare is also available for infants through preschool age children during worship. The fourth Sunday of every month is also Family Sunday and the youth of IUCC are especially invited to attend and help lead worship.


There is no dress code at IUCC, so come as you are. Our member's attire ranges from suits and dresses to t-shirts and jeans.


The best way to get to know IUCC is to join us for coffee and fellowship after Sunday worship. We look forward to meeting and getting to know you better.


All are welcome here!




September 18 - Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Prayerful Living - To worship and pray as mindful participants in God's reign.


September 25 - Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

New Directions - The story of Lazarus and a letter to Timothy remind us that faithful living requires paying attention to what's going on around us and cultivating love through acts of generosity.


October 2 - Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

World Communion Sunday

Good Treasure- We find something to hold on to as the gift of faith is passed down from generation to generation, a gift we treasure in community.


October 9 - Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost

With Loud Voices - We join along with the healed and redeemed by making a joyful noise to our God. We remember, too, that there are times when we must raise our voices and be loud about what God is doing.


October 16 - Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Never Give Up - In a story of a woman persistently seeking justice, we find the courage to persist through every adersity and marvel at how God never gives up on us.


October 23 - Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

Other People - In a story of two prayers, we find new ways to practice humility rather than worrying so much about what other people might be doing.


October 30 - Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost

The Strength of our Witness - In the just call of a prophet, the patience of a psalmist, and a moment when one in a tree and one on the ground meet, we consider the many ways God's love is made visible in our daily lives, in the community, and the world.


November 6 - Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost

Praise God - A psalm, prophecy, church letter, and gospel story offer guidance about faithful living, and we are encouraged to ground our personal and communal life in praise of God.


November 13 - Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost

Infinite Possibilities - As we move toward the end of the church year, we are greeted with a vision of a world healed of its brokenness and where the promise of God's love and justice is made real for all people and all Creation.


November 20 - Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

Reign of Christ - On this last Sunday of the Church Year, we anticipate a renewed Creation, which God envisioned in the One sent to transform and save.