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St. Charles Farmers Market

Fridays June-October • 8am-1pm

The St. Charles Outdoor Farmers Market runs Fridays June through October from 8am-1pm and wonderful local wares. You’ll find it at Fourth Avenue and Main Street. Parking is available in the church lots.

River Sweep

Sunday, September 26 •  10:30am

4th Sunday BakerYouth will have laughs enjoying the outdoors and each other’s company all while making the Fox River a cleaner place. We are parterning with the Park District for the project. Sign up here!

Faith, Food, & Fun

Wednesday, October 6 • 5:30-7pm

A night for all ages to gather in faith, eat, have fun, and be in community with one another. Begin with a meal followed by a devotion and/or faith component. Be ready to play a game, do a craft, singing, etc.

Join the Family!

Sunday, October 10
Would you like more information about Membership here at Baker Memorial UMC? Membership classes will be offered on October 10 at 10:30 am. Sign-up here

Preparing for Baptism

Saturday, November 13 • 9-11am
Would you like more information about Baptism, for your child or yourself? Baptism classes will be held November 13 in person from 9-11am. Sign up for one of the dates at here

Men’s Breakfast

Sunday, November 14 • 7:45am
Fall breakfasts are scheduled for Sunday, November 14. Men are invited to gather in Wiley Hall for breakfast, a devotion and guest speaker. It’s a great opportunity to visit and connect with others.

COMMUNITY ART PROJECT

We are excited to have partnered with the St. Charles Arts Council and artist Amanda Browder to help bring about a unique, truly public, art installation. Under the direction and with the help of Amanda Browder a rather large quilt was constructed at Baker Memorial UMC using fabric donated by and pinned and sewn together by the community, together! It has been a wonderful opportunity to be a part of the public arts in partnership with other members of St. Charles.

The finished art is on display on the south wall of the Municipal Center in downtown St. Charles.

For more information about the project, go to http://www.stcharlesartscouncil.org/

Read All About It!

See the Daily Herald article about the project: Colorful fabric art piece to put St. Charles Municipal Center in a new light. Click on the button below to read the article.

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