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The Cuba City United Methodist Church connects all people to do good through various local, national, and worldly missions. By participating in these opportunities and projects, transformation of lives will occur. Missions that encourage efforts and giving will display Christs love and change hearts. 


Giving out popcorn during the Community Market Days helps all know that God and the church are there for them.

 Popcorn   Pastor & Popcorn

 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.



                                                    Spagetti-Os and Ravioli


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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 August 2017, 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 


will be going to

Grant  Co Salvation Army

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Human Relations Day-Sunday January 20, 2019

Human relations day is a special Sunday that calls all our churches to strengthen United Methodist outreach to communities in the United States and Puerto Rico, encouraging social justice work and work with at-risk youth.

Because of your gifts on Human Relations Day, caring ministries continue in communities across the United States. Your Human Relations Day offering enriches ministries related to:


Child care                                                      Children’s after-school and summer initiatives


Domestic hunger and poverty                       Economic development


Education, including tutoring                       Emergency services


Employment                                                 Gang intervention


HIV/AIDS and other health issues               Homelessness and housing


Older adults                                                   Parenting


Prison ministry                                              Restorative justice


Substance abuse and rehabilitation               Youth, especially at-risk teens


Technological empowerment


Special giving envelopes will be in your bulletin on January 20, 2019. Thank you for giving a gift to change lives!



     Good Samaritan Fund for those in need in the local

                                                   community or who are passing through





                                     Please call the church @ 608-744-2538 for information.