Sun Prairie United Methodist Church is a community committed to H.O.P.E.(Hospitality – Offering Christ – Purposeful living – Engaging our communities).
In 2013, our church voted to become a Reconciling congregation. In that declaration, we have said that, “Our welcome knows no boundaries.”
We believe there are no limits to God’s love and we seek to model that love in the way we welcome people…all people.
Part of being a Reconciling congregation means we welcome all people, regardless of their personal characteristics of age, race, gender, ability, gender identity or sexual orientation.
SPUMC is a member of the Reconciling Ministries Network (RMN). The mission of the Reconciling Ministries Network is to mobilize United Methodists of all sexual orientations and gender identities to transform our Church and world into the full expression of Christ’s inclusive love. You can read more about RMN at their website here.
Monthly Caller Article
Commission on the Way Forward
More information about the work of the Commission on the Way Forward and the upcoming special General Conference can be found at www.umc.org.
The SPUMC Reconciling Team submitted a petition to the Special General Conference. To read the petition please click here: Petition
Fall Study to begin week of Sept. 16th
SPUMC is offering a study this fall on Adam Hamilton’s book ‘When Christians get it Wrong’. Please see the Small Group Ministries page for more information:
Coming up in October …….
- A listening session hosted by the Wisconsin Delegation to General Conference 2019 being held at SPUMC on October 25 at 7 pm.
Upcoming Events at the Sun Prairie Library:
- Raging Grannies Live – September 9 @ 2:00 pm Sun Prairie Library Community Room
Madison’s own Raging Grannies (co-authors of the book, Listen to Your Grandmothers: Madison, Wisconsin Raging Grannies Sing for Peace, Social Justice, Public Education, & Environmental Protection) are back — and just in time to help us celebrate National Grandparent’s Day! This special celebratory concert event is free & cookies are on the house! Grandkids are especially encouraged to bring their grandparents!
- Free Memory Screenings – Wednesday, September 12 from 10:00-1:00 Sun Prairie Library Discussion Room 2
A memory screen is a wellness tool that helps identify possible changes in memory. It creates a baseline so future changes can be monitored. Specialists from the Aging & Disability Resource Center will provide these free 15-minute, confidential memory screenings and will have information about memory, memory clinics, brain health and local resources that are available. Sign up is required! Please email or call 608-825-0702 to schedule your free 15 min screening.
Specific questions about the screens? Call the Aging and Disability Resource Center at 608-240-7400.
- Human Trafficking Wisconsin – Wednesday, September 12 @ 6:00 pm Sun Prairie Library Community Room
Cases of human trafficking have been identified in all 72 counties in Wisconsin. Yet most people doubt this, thinking “that can’t be happening here!” In this talk, Rachel Monaco-Wilcox, a Madison based lawyer & founder of LOTUS (Legal Options for Trafficked and Underserved Survivors) will address the myths and misconceptions around sex trafficking in our very own state and discuss how we, as citizens, can make a difference. This event is brought to you by the Wisconsin Humanities Working Lives Project.