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.

On Monday, May 8, the Bible study for Women of Faith will discuss the remaining two chapters in Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak.  We encourage all CUMC women and friends to experience the drama of the story of Michal, the daughter of King Saul and the wife of King David; biblical references are in the book of Samuel. Please join us at 1:15 p.m. in the CUMC library to discuss this intriguing chapter! We will also discuss the inspiring final chapter, Miracles of Mothers…and Daughters Too. We have been challenged to consider a follow-up activity for a worship service. We also will choose our next book and decide on the date for our June End-of-Book Celebration Luncheon. If you have questions or want to suggest a good book for next fall, contact Barbara Ridgely.

We would like to invite women interested in meeting for a coffee fellowship on Monday, May 22, to gather at NSeven Coffee Company, 1307 Wisconsin Ave., Grafton, at 9:30 a.m. Let's hope we can enjoy their patio!

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.

Why God Exists: Men’s Group to ponder

Why? Why?  Why? These words introduce the numerous questions that believers and skeptics alike ask about the existence of God.  And believers ask why God allows suffering and bad things to occur.  Pastor Timothy Keller tries to answer these questions in his book “The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism.” The Men’s Study Group has begun reading and discussing this book at their Thursday morning meetings.
The author of this book, Pastor Keller, is the founding pastor of the Redeemer Presbyterian Church, a large evangelical congregation in New York City.  In preparing this book, Pastor Keller had multiple conversations with unbelieving and believing people.  He engages the arguments of noted atheist Richard Dawkins and other proponents of a naturalistic worldview and calls upon well-known apologists such as C S Lewis and Christian church leaders.  Using real-life conversations, literature, philosophy, and potent reasoning, Pastor Keller explains why and how the belief in a Christian God is sound, rational, and true. He also presents an open view regarding the relationship of science
and spirituality.  
We invite all men to join us as we discuss Keller’s challenging argument for the existence of God.  We meet Thursdays mornings (7:00 a.m.) at P J Pipers in downtown Cedarburg.  Coffee and or breakfast is optional but not discussion.

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.  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. 

Our next gathering will be Wednesday, May 3, 12:00 p.m. at Jim's Grill, W63N144 Washington Ave. (Echo Plaza), Cedarburg. Sign up in Fellowship Hall. If you have any questions, feel free to call Nancy Severson and leave a message. All women welcome! 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 currently 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.

The 40 plus small group met on Saturday, April 8 at NSeven in Grafton for coffee and connection.  We checked in with those attending and shared our thoughts about what does “home” mean to each of us.  Our devotion focused on our eternal home and though our earthly homes change, our heavenly home remains a constant.  Prayers were shared and we agreed to change our next meeting date to Saturday, May 13 at 10:00 a.m. at NSeven Coffee Company.

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.