The mission of our church is to go out and make disciples of Jesus Christ. There are many ways to serve. A few are listed below.
We are a “Pop-Up Site” for Ruby’s Pantry whose mission is to to procure and distribute corporate surplus food and goods to help fight poverty, hunger and disease in rural communities in the United States for those with low resources and in crisis through churches, food shelves and other local civic organizations. To develop the ”Blessing Box” concept to activate people in being alert to the needs of others and to be proactive in encouraging, showing friendship and meeting tangible needs of struggling neighbors, friends and strangers regardless of race, religion or ethnicity.
Ruby’s Pantry distribution days are the first Thursday of every month. Registration starts at 4:00 pm and ends at 6:00 pm, and food distribution is from 5:00-6:30 pm. There are no income requirements, and anybody can come. For $20 you will take home two baskets/boxes of food. Bring two laundry baskets or boxes with you if you can. If you would like to volunteer for this mission, please contact Deb Putnam at email@example.com.
We provide Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas baskets of food to 12 families in the area that are experiencing hardships.
Family Promise works with homeless families to help them take steps toward independence. Platteville UMC is a host church that will host families overnight 4-5 times per year. Volunteers cook meals for the family, offer their hospitality and assist with other tasks. For more information, contact Bob Plourde at (608) 642-1018.
Beyond Belief is an adult contemporary Christian band that performs weekly at the 11:00 AM worship service. For more information, contact Roxane Schult at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Children’s Choir performs during worship for special occasions
Mallow Ringers is a bell choir that performs regularly at the 8:30 am worship service. For more information, contact Deb Putnam at email@example.com
Redeemer is a teen contemporary Christian band. It is open to any youth of the community in grades 8th-12th. For more information, contact Dean Goninen at firstname.lastname@example.org