been here for 165 years, but we are constantly doing something new. We
love finding new ways to serve God and our community. A few years ago we decided share our building
with 2 independent United Methodist ethnic congregations, Principe de Paz
(Hispanic) and Kenosha Korean. We
worship together with those congregations three times a year; Easter, first Sunday in October and a June picnic. We like to
host concerts, usually folksingers. We love to praise God with music, several of us are learning to play the
ukulele and hand bells.
We are active in local social justice efforts
as a CUSH member congregation. In September 2017, we partnered with the
Shalom Center to become a Soup Kitchen site every Monday night. We have a Bible study at 3 pm on Mondays that the anyone, including the meal guest are invited to attend. Our newest venture is Free Movie Monday, a feature film shown at 6:00pm .