North Suburban Mennonite Church | Libertyville, Illinois
North Suburban Mennonite Church | Libertyville, Illinois
North Suburban Mennonite Church | Libertyville, Illinois
Dana and Philip with Roland after their baptism service
Dana and Philip with Roland after their baptism service

Congregation and Pastoral Team

Roland Kuhl, Lead Pastor
Roland Kuhl, Lead Pastor
Anne Munley, Pastoral Team
Anne Munley, Pastoral Team
James Hamrick, Pastoral Team
James Hamrick, Pastoral Team
Julie Dodds, Pastoral Intern
Julie Dodds, Pastoral Team Intern

Congregation

As a Mennonite congregation, we believe that Jesus Christ is our example for everyday living and behavior. Mennonites are known for their emphasis on peacemaking, reconciliation, nonviolence, a simple lifestyle, servanthood, and a strong sense of community and service to others, caring for each other and those in need.

Our congregation numbers about 50 and represents a diverse group of life-long Mennonites and more recent Mennonites. Our participants live not only in Libertyville, but also in the surrounding communities of Mundelein, Grayslake, Round Lake Beach, Lake Villa, and even Wisconsin. We have a number of children and youth in our congregation and they participate in worship in a variety of ways. To learn more about our community life, please check out our community life brochure.

NSMC Group Photo, 2013 Winter Retreat, Menno Haven Camp and Retreat Center
NSMC Group Photo, 2013 Winter Retreat, Menno Haven Camp and Retreat Center

Pastoral Team

Our lead pastor is Roland Kuhl with Anne Munley, James Hamrick, and intern Julie Dodds serving on the pastoral team.

You’ll find encouragement here to grow in faith and make a real contribution to the life of our community. We welcome people of all Christian faiths and people who are simply seeking God.

North Suburban is a group of loving, compassionate individuals that make a community and with very big hearts and helping hands. It’s a family.
 
—Anonymous