Missions and Service


We support the Northcott Neighborhood House (an outreach program for children and adults) in Milwaukee’s inner city, United Methodist Children’s Services (safe housing and educational living facility for single mothers and their children transitioning through tough times)







Port Washington Food Pantry - Donating food items, restocking shelves, assisting clients and helping where needed.  


Stockbox - Grand Ave UMC is a distribution site for the monthly Hunger Task Force Stockbox program.  This program is for seniors 60 or older with a monthly income of $1174 or less.  A stockbox includes cereal, juices, cheese, veggies, peanut butter, and more.


Helping Hands - A local outreach program helping friends and members of the congregation (food, essentials, short-term financial assistance).


AA Meetings - Monthly meetings are held every Wednesday at 8:00pm.  For information call Jeff at 262-993-4119.


Ozaukee County Interfaith - Grand Ave UMC supports Ozaukee County Interfaith which assists them in their ecumenical efforts to bring needed services to the senior population in the county.


Love Lights - In the spirit of sharing the celebration of God’s love and in support of our national and global mission commitments, donations are made for each bulb in memory or honor of loved ones, lighting our sanctuary Christmas tree.  


Prayer Shawl Ministry -  Providing love and support through homemade shawls to people who are experiencing grief, illness, or other major life events.


























We believe that one of the ways faith expresses itself is through service, both within and beyond the church.  In response to God’s love, below are some of the ways we act on our belief in these ever-changing areas of mission. 





Along with 38,000 of our sister United Methodist congregations, we help support hundreds of missionaries and thousands of mission projects across the globe.   We also support United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), which provides direct, immediate support for victims of disaster. 



Many individual programs, including “flood bucket” items assembled for distribution to those displaced by hurricanes or flooding throughout the state and country.