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:
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.
This group is for those who like to quilt as well as those who would like to learn how. The quilters meet regularly throughout the year to work on individual and group projects, both machine and hand quilting. The group often works on projects for missions such as quilts for newborns.
A youth group for senior high students offers events for spiritual growth and fellowship.
Parents with Young Children
Have children under age 10? Join us for monthly potluck dinners on the first Saturday of the month. The group usually meets in the church basement, but may choose to meet at a park or member’s home. Adults have time to share ideas and struggles while the children learn to care about each other and develop friendships.
The Sociables is an adult fellowship group that organizes social events throughout the year such as comedy nights and round robin dinners. All are invited.
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.
Spiff Ups and Gardening Group
We welcome those who are interested in keeping our church beautiful throughout the year, inside and out.
United Methodist Men
The United Methodist Men meet regularly for breakfast and fellowship. All men are invited to come regularly or whenever possible.
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 three smaller “circles” for women: Abigail Circle, Sarah Circle, and Tabitha Circle. All circles participate in hands-on mission and projects through the year to benefit the local community. Contact Carlene Wintermote for more information.
For information about any of these groups, please contact the Church Office at (414)762-4600.