First United Methodist Church-Whitewater is one of five congregations that comprise the Whitewater Area Regional Ministries (WARM). You can visit the other WARM congregations and WARM's ministry at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater by clicking on the links below.
Cristo la Roca Ministerio
145 S. Prairie St., Whitewater WI 53190
First United Methodist Church - Whitewater
of the Whitewater Area Regional Ministry
© First United Methodist Church-Whitewater, 2009-2021
Due to COVID-19, no in-person worship services are being held.
Videos of services are typically available by 8:00 a.m. (not later than 10 a.m.) on Sunday. Click on "View Services" at left to watch.
For more information call 262-473-2131
You are welcome to come just as you are and be met by God who knows you by name, who loves you and wants to have an ever closer relationship with you. God made us who we are, and ALL of us are children of God.
To people of all...
- Sexual orientations and gender identities
- Racial and ethnic backgrounds
- Ages and physical/mental abilities
- Economic and family status
...we welcome and affirm you.
We are all on a spiritual journey and
want all to feel included here.
Whether you are a member, attend regularly or are a first-time visitor, we're glad that you're here. First Church is a growing congregation dedicated to changing lives for Christ.
To make it easy to continue financial support of FUMC and its ministries, we have added the option below to make donations using PayPal (though we do pay a small fee). You may also mail any pledges or contributions directly to the church office.
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For the month of March our Children's/Family Ministry theme is Feelings. March marks the one year anniversary of our church "shutting down" in person events, and it is important to acknowledge we all have big feelings about this last year. Whatever our feelings are, that is perfectly fine; these are tricky times we are living in. This week's book is called "The Boy with the Big, Big Feelings,"
In this new, 10-minute video, FUMC organist Jim Athas explains to both kids and adults "How a Pipe Organ Works."