Mission and Outreach
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.
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 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
May & June will be Feed My Starving Children
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.
Please pray for the following:
Covid frontline workers
Prayer for Peace throughout our Country
Cole acres fire
Keira Quigley knee surgery
Pastor Jess, Jason and family
Bobby Curtis ( Keep Velma and Merle in your prayers too)
Bonnie (friend of Janice )
Brenda Stanton (surgery)
Mary Lou Scadden
Mary Crapp's grandson's girlfriend expecting twins
Those fighting Cancer:
Susan Kienzle Stewart
Sandy Kienzle Downing
Wendy Hamilton (Tammy's friend)
Audrey Waller (Tammy's Aunt)
Pam Wittock(Janice Morgans friend)
Chester Smith ( Tammy's Friend)
Kay (friend of Mary Alice Muller)
Mary Jean Stephens
Bob Clark (Karen Slaght nephew)
Rom Pegram Pancreatic Cancer
Robert Johns Family