Fellowship & Ministries

We welcome new groups to form throughout the year to serve the needs of the congregation. For more information about these groups, please contact the Church Office at (414)762-4600. Below are our active small groups:  

Ageless Wonders
This group of 55+ seniors meets regularly throughout the year for game nights, potluck birthday lunches, concerts, and theater outings.

No Page Left Unturned Book Club
This book discussion group meets regularly throughout the year to discuss a predetermined list of books. Senior High youth and adults are welcome.

Youth Group
A youth group for senior high students offers events for spiritual growth and fellowship.

Softball Team
This coed Christian league plays on Friday nights from May to August at LaFollette Park in West Allis. Anyone 16 or older is welcome, regardless of skill or ability.

Volunteer custodians and Garden Group
We welcome those who are interested in keeping our church beautiful throughout the year, inside and out.  The Blooming Garden Team worked with memorial monies to create a place to sit with God outside near the front door.  Please come and pray.  Click here & here for pictures.

United Methodist Men
The United Methodist Mens group, open to all men, currently meets at 7:30 AM on the third Saturday of every month. We meet at Perkin's Restaurant located at 2010 W Ryan Road in Oak Creek. Our mission is to get to know each other better and share in the joys and sorrows of life around us.

United Methodist Women at OCCUMC
The United Methodist Women is an established tradition in the United Methodist Church with over 100 years of funding and organizing mission work impacting women and children throughout the world. The annual program is open to all women interested in fellowship and service. For those women looking to support each other in fellowship and service, UMW offers two smaller “circles” for women: Sarah Circle, and Tabitha Circle. All circles participate in hands-on mission and projects through the year to benefit the local community. 

After our Pledge to Missions has been made, our Unit supports many local missions. Among them: Sojourner Truth House, United Methodist Childrens Services, the Native American Ministry, Youth, Junior & Senior High Mission Trips, Adult Mission Trips to Peru and Senegal, the Salvation Army, the Layette Project to Childrens Hospital, St. Francis Hospital and the 16th St. Clinic. And, the newest ministry- baptismal blankets for our new babies.

For information about any of these groups, please contact the Church Office at (414)762-4600.