Church Events and Announcements

Compassion Camp

Vacation Bible school: be loved, be kind, be you

our VBS adventure begins on July 20!  

At-home/virtual VBS for families explores compassion through the Bible, art, coloring, yoga, music and missions!

To register – please Click Here                                                                  

For more information on how you can connect, serve, and share your gifts in this ministry, please contact Laura Courtright at  

 Sacred GrounD An ECUMENICAL Study on Racism 

Tuesdays – July 21, August 4, August 18, September 1, September 15, September 29, October 13, October 27 

@ 6:30 p.m. 

(online meeting on zoom)  

Several area congregations and clergy are coming together to offer a study from the Episcopal Church called, Sacred Ground. This curriculum is designed to unpack racism in America. Participants are invited to peel away the layers that have contributed to the challenges and divides of the present day – all while grounded in our call to faith, hope and love. This 10session course will take 20 weeks to complete via Zoom, Tuesday evenings beginning at 6:30 and going no later than 8:00 pm.  If you are interested, please email Pastor Tim at:  for the link and session materials.  

church-campChurch Camp 

 Church Camp’s mission is to provide a Christian experience for all youth (beginning with 3rd grade) regardless of race, church affiliation or financial standing. This experience includes, but not limited to: Bible study, leadership development and encouragement of spiritual growth.

E-mail or call the church office at 715-344-3557 if you are interested in attending the camp.

church-campJuly 26-31, 2020 – Lake Lucerne Camp & Retreat Center – Wautoma, WI

Below please find:

Camp Summary
Camper Registration Form
     Youth Health Form 

Our Mission-Vision-Core Values




Mission Statement


 To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. 

Vision Statement

 We are empowered by the Holy Spirit and enriched by our traditions to move boldly into a shared future where all people are invited to connect to Christ, cultivate faith together, and commit to serve as life-long followers of Jesus Christ.

Core Values

The people of the United Methodist Church create a legacy by living these core values:

Maturing Faith:  Our spiritual journey together transforms us into faithful followers of Christ.
Acceptance:  We welcome all persons into our Christian community.
Passion:  God’s love inspires us to an adventurous life of commitment to ministry.
Social Justice:  Through God’s love we are a people of compassion reaching out to the world.

Find out more about the United Methodist Church:   Beliefs, in Wisconsin, and the World.