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2020 Style Trick or Treating Planned

COVID – 19 has had a major effect on our lives.  The Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church has been working on a plan where Children could participate in Trick or Treating and stay safe doing so.  Please open the highlighted pdf file for information.  Social distancing and wearing masks is mandatory. Please Click Here for more information

Exercise During The Pandemic

Exercise during the pandemic? Who me? My name is Carol Moellenberndt and I am the parish nurse at Sturgeon Bay United Methodist Church. So how are you doing in this period of sate-distancing and isolation? I have missed all of you! We are all trying to stay healthy and to avoid getting the COVID-19 virus. What are you doing to keep yourself…

We Are Not Shut Down

The COVID-19 Pandemic has forced us to Close Worship Services as we knew it.  But we are alive and well.  Our church has very much supported recommendations to “Stay at Home”, to keep a safe distance between people if we have to be out, etc.  This is the way we can help blunt the spread of this virus and it will save…

April Mission: Clinica Evangelica Morava in Ahuas, Honduras

Our April Mission is to support the healthcare center in Ahuas, Honduras.  The hospital was founded in 1946 and survives because of financial support and volunteers from the United States.  Rick Nelson is the administrator of the clinic.  He grew up in Sturgeon Bay and was the former director of Door County Habitat for Humanity. Please consider donating to this worthwhile cause.…

Bishop Lewis – Forum Discussion

The Sturgeon Bay UMC Forum had the privilege of hearing retired Bishop William B. Lewis speak to us about the future of the United Methodist Church. The church is struggling as to how to deal with LGBTQ issues in our church. It appears that the Judicial Council of the General Conference will be taking up the subject in the near future. It…

Capital Campaign – July 15, 2018

The funding portion of the Capital Campaign came to a successful conclusion on June 30th.  The generosity and enthusiasm from the congregation and friends of the church have been unbelievable and greatly appreciated.  In January, the Capital Campaign listed 3 objectives which were felt needed to be accomplished. Better serve our members by: improving the Visual and Sound quality of our worship…