5200 South 48th Street | Greenfield, WI
Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the LORD
your God which He has given you.
Ongoing Mission Giving
Non- perishable food donations are encouraged. Monthly it is given to the
local food pantry in Greendale for distribution to those in need.
As United Methodists, we are called to live out John Wesley’s Three Simple Rules:
Do good, do no harm, and stay in love with God.
As we consider how we can live these out as a congregation called to be a center
of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness,
and self-control, we are reaching out to live the fruit of the spirit in our mission
Sojourner Family Peace Center
Sojourner Family Peace Center provides education, advocacy and resources
to keep people safe.
We operate a 42-bed shelter that has provided safety and support services
to thousands of women and children.
Other programs include a 24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline,
Domestic Abuse Victim Advocates in the Milwaukee District Attorneys Office,
Belle Resource Center for Women and Children, Courthouse Advocacy and
Restraining Order Clinic, Legal Emergency Assistance, Children’s Advocacy,
and Beyond Abuse.
Sojourner Family Peace Center is committed to creating communities where
people live peacefully.
Our Missionaries Bill & Gwen Gibson in Senegal, Africa
We have entered into a covenant relationship with United Methodist missionaries,
Bill and Gwen Gibson. Members of Emmanuel UMC in Appleton,
the Gibsons were newly commissioned during the 2012 General Conference.
They are assigned to Senegal’s United Methodist Missionary Conference
Bill, who holds a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, works with local leaders
to build the church in this predominantly Muslim West African nation.
Gwen, who has a master’s in child development, started a daycare center
teaching English to children.
We will be in regular contact with the Gibsons.
This relationship is a dynamic one; the church and missionaries pray for
one another and communicate regularly.
By deepening awareness of the struggles and triumphs of the missionaries,
the congregation participates in a work that is truly connectional.
The Gibson’s names will appear in our Sunday bulletins, as if they were
staff persons, so that we will not forget that we are in relationship with them,
and praying for them, and they are praying for us.
When they itinerate back to the United States, we have the opportunity
to meet them when they come and speak at our church.
Adult Mission Trip, October
8 Adults traveled to Altamont Tennessee to work with the MountainTOP
organization's Adults In Ministry (AIM) to do major home repair
or work the Fall Festival where shoes, coats and supplies were distributedType your paragraph here.