Community United Methodist Church

Event Planning & Calendar

Schedule A Wedding:
Please contact the church office at 534-2313 or email pastor@extremefaith.org for more information on cost and availability.
The building is available for members and non-members.
Pastor Bill will officiate at weddings for members and non-members, if desired. In both cases, pre-marriage counseling is included.

Funerals
Our building and sanctuary are available for funeral services. You do not have to be a member to use the building for a funeral.
Please contact the church office at 534-2313 for more information. We truly desire to help you through this difficult time.

Baptism
A baptism is always a reason for celebration!
If you would like more information on adult or infant baptism, please contact Pastor Bill at 534-2313 or email pastor@extremefaith.org.

Non-Church Group Meetings/Use
We choose to support our community by making our building available for outside uses when possible.
Organizations such as the Boy scouts, Weight Watchers, home school and area subdivision associations hold meetings here.
Some groups also use our facility for music lessons and other non-ministry classes.
If you would like more information on scheduling an non-church event, please contact the church office at 262-534-2313 or email office@extremefaith.org  be sure to include a contact name and phone number.

Church Meetings
If you would like to schedule a ministry meeting, please contact the church office at 534-2313 or email office@extremefaith.org to have it put on our master calendar and to be sure it doesn’t conflict with a previously scheduled event.

Kitchen Use
If you would like to use the kitchen, please be sure to write your name and function on BOTH the calendar in the church office and the calendar in the kitchen above the counter inside the north doorway. A responsible person familiar with Safe Food Handling guidelines should be in charge. Each year foodborne diseases cause approximately 76 million illnesses, 325,000 hospitalizations, and 5,000 deaths in the United States. It is therefore important that food workers check temperatures of food and are familiar with Food and Drug Administration Guidelines, the copy of “Certified Professional Safe Food Handlers Source” available in the pantry, and Food Worker Basics. Contact Ann Dirks for training on usage of kitchen equipment.