Faith is a walk in fellowship

In service or in fellowship, engage your faith and spiritual journey by joining one of our small groups.

Women of Faith

This group is for women who want to learn and grow in knowledge and understanding of themselves and others, deepen their faith, share their witness, and support one another through book study, discussion, and prayer.

Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month at 1:15 p.m. in the church library from September until May.

Women of Faith enjoyed meeting for coffee and conversation in August and will resume meeting monthly for a small group study of their recently selected book on Monday, September 11. They will gather in the CUMC library at 1:15 p.m. and begin discussion of A Message of Hope from the Angels, chapters 1 and 2.

All interested women are invited to a morning coffee fellowship on the fourth Monday of the month at 9:30 a.m. The location has been changed to Cedarburg Community UMC for the next few months. Please bring a cup with your beverage of choice and join the group in the fireplace area or on the patio on September 25.  If you want to order a book or have a question, contact Barbara Ridgely.

Men's Study Group

This group is for men who wish to develop fellowship with other faith-minded gentlemen.  Religious-oriented books are often a topic of discussion but the group is primarily focused on camaraderie.  

Meetings are held at 7:00 a.m. every Thursday at PJ Piper's Pancake House, W61 N514 Washington Avenue, Cedarburg. Coffee and/or breakfast is optional but discussion is not.

The Thursday morning Men’s group will resume their weekly discussions on Thursday, September 7th by taking a look at heaven. They have chosen a new book for study and discussion: “Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven” by David Jeremiah. The Rev. Jeremiah is recognized for his radio and television ministry Turning Point and author of over 75 books relating to faith and Christianity. He also serves as the senior pastor for Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, CA.

“Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven” is a book on what the Bible tells us about heaven. Heaven is the most encouraging subject in the Bible and it is our only authoritative source of information on the subject.  The truth of the existence of heaven not only provides anticipation regarding our future; it also comforts us on behalf of those who have gone before us. Our thoughts about heaven today determine how we live today. Our chosen book should whet our appetite to discover the mysteries of heaven and help us to look forward to its reality.

The Men’s Group meets each Thursday morning at 7:00 a.m. at PJ Piper's in downtown Cedarburg.  Please join us as we begin our exploration of heaven.  

Our group is inclusive so all men are invited to join us for discussion, breakfast, and camaraderie.

Mary Martha Circle

This group is for women who wish to develop social relationships with other women within our church.  

Meetings are held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at various restaurants in the area from September until May.  A sign up sheet with the selected restaurant and time is posted in Fellowship Hall.  Watch the newsletter and Sunday bulletin for meeting dates and times. 

Wednesday, September 6, 12:00 p.m. at Edgewater Golf Club (1762 Cedar Creek Road., Grafton) will be our next get-together.

Sign up in Fellowship Hall. If you have any questions, feel free to call Nancy Severson and leave a message. Please join us!

40 Plus Group

This group is for seniors who wish to engage in fellowship and offer their talents and time to help support initiatives already pursued by our church.  

Meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month 10:00 a.m. typically at NSeven Coffee Company, 1307 Wisconsin Avenue, Grafton although the location is subject to change.

Two small groups (40 Plus and Befrienders) from CUMC completed 10 Home Care Kits and 10 Personal Dignity Kits for the annual conference “Ingathering”.

These kits are sent to the Midwest Mission collection center in Illinois for distribution after the conference.  Kits were packed and delivered to Mequon United Methodist Church which is a designated pick- up location.

Bible Study

The Bible Study Group will be taking a hiatus until September.

This group is for anyone who wishes to delve further into scripture, experience God's presence, and form deeper spiritual relationships with others.

Meetings are held every Wednesday at 11: 00 a.m. in the Wesley Room at Cedarburg Community United Methodist Church.