Who We Are
UMW Cookie Sale
Supporting missions for children, youth and women
The United Methodist Women held their annual community cookie sale, providing a wonderful variety of cookies (69 different types) that tempted those near and from afar. They were able to raise over $1500 for local missions for children, youth and women.
A Program of Prison Fellowship
Christmas was made a little more special for children of incarcerated parents with the gifts collected through our Angel Tree program.
Day by Day
Providing a nourishing and flavorful meal for others in our community is a way to share one's talents and gifts.
Operation Christmas Child
Another great year of demonstrating God's love in a tangible way. Thank you to our youth who packed 92 shoeboxes with school supplies, toys, clothing, and hygiene items for boys and girls all over the world.
Trunk or Treat
It is hard to say who had the most fun - our volunteers handing out candy or the 200 kids that came to the trunk or treat adventure.
Towels for Congolese Refugees
ABUMC provided several bags of towels to Cherith International in Oshkosh for Congolese refugees in our area,
After school program
ABUMC welcomed over 50 Read School students in September for the after school program. There were games, crafts, a STEM project, a scavenger hunt and of course snacks for all to enjoy.
Welcome to UWO Students
ABUMC welcomed UWO Students back to school with potted plants.
Youth Mission Trip
Our youth have returned from their work in Lorain, Ohio with amazing experiences and lots of stories to tell. God is so good!
Read School Friends
On Friday Sept. 10th we welcomed back students at Read School with snacks, games and activities on our Church front lawn.
On a hot and sunny Saturday morning, the Oshkosh Water Warriors headed out on the WIOUWASH Trail to walk 6K (3.7 miles) to raise money to provide life-giving water to those who aren’t as fortunate as we are. Six kilometers is the average distance people in the developing world walk for water every day. Women and children, especially girls, spend hours every day hauling water that isn’t even safe to drink. This year, our church join World Vision’s annual 6K For Water. Our team, through generous donations and some matching funds, raised $3,845!!! That will help bring clean water to 77 people! We hope you will join our team next year on May 21 as we walk for water.