Pictures wanted of activities involving kids at church
Fall/Winter/Spring Sunday Worship: September-May @ 10 AM.
Summer Sunday Worship: June-August @ 9 AM
Tuesday morning prayer every Tuesday 8:30am Fireside Room
Wednesday Night "ALIVE" Children's Program from 5:15-6pm with a snack being served for the children. (See the Wednesday Night "ALIVE" tab for more info)
Exploring the Bible Worship starts @ 6:15pm. This worship time welcomes all who wish to learn more about the bible.
Our Wednesday Night "ALIVE " meets every Wednesday from September through May.
Snacks start at 5:15 pm followed by our children's program (K - 8th grade) till 6pm. (See Jr. High tab for more info)
Exploring the Bible Worship is from 6:15 to 7pm.
Please pray for the following:
Alex and Eric Egan Nancy Pustina
Caitlin’s friend Renee lost her brother
Sandy Adams Hailey Curtis
Kelsey & Emma Hilby Bob (Mary’s brother)
For our world leaders Jean Grant
Sue Kraus Laura Harman
Flooding in Trujillo, Peru
Carl Oman family Shooting in Ohio and victims
Hazel Green Food Pantry Hours: Tuesdays 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm and Saturdays 9:00 am - 10:30 am. The food pantry is closed all holiday weekends.
We support the Hazel Green Food Pantry every month by collecting a requested item.
Our World Vision child is Jario.
Jairo is 10 years old and lives in Renacer, Bolivia.
Please consider send Jairo a card or letter in the new year.
See bulletin board at church to send him a letter or contact the mission chair, Jan Davis for information.
As of December 2016, we received a new picture and note from Jairo. Please stop by the World Vision bulletin board to view.
The first Sunday of every month we take a mission offering. We chose projects throughout the year that touch the lives of either the local, national or world.
The monthly mission offering for March will be going to Heifer International. Heifer International is a charity organization working to end hunger around the world by providing livestock and training to struggling communities. The core model of Heifer International is Passing on the Gift. This means families share the training they receive, and pass on the first female offspring of their livestock to another family. This extends the impact of the original gift, allowing once impoverished families to become donors and full participants in improving their communities. The goal of every Heifer project is help families achieve self-reliance. Heifer does this by providing the tools needed to sustain lives.
We have chosen to purchase flocks chickens for the months of February and March.
A flock of chickens cost $20.00.
Please let Jan know the answer to the following fact. Scientists believe chickens are the last living relative of who?
All you can eat
Cuba City United Methodist Church
401 S. Main Street
Cuba City, WI
Serving from 4:30-6:30
Children (age 5-11) $4.00
Children under age 5 are free
All profits benefit Feed My Starving Children
I would like to be able to update some of the pictures on the website. If you have some current pictures of things going on at the church please send them to me through the below website email.
If you have suggestions for improvements to the site feel free to use the contact us tab and send me a message via the contact form under the website updates
Pastor Hee-Kwon Jung is available through email
or at the church Tuesday - Friday from 10am-12pm; 1pm-4pm