Current News

Blood Pressures will be taken by Rhonda Tessman the third Sunday of each month next one will be August 21st.

Naomi's Cupboard supplies meals for people recovering from illness, surgery or birth of baby or grief. If you need help please contact Pastor Claudia 262-352-1985 or our church office.

Knitting Group meets August 16th and the 30th. Meetings start at 6pm or when ever you can come. Information Please contact Pastor Claudia or church office

Neighbor for Neighbor Food Pantry, 1118 Veterans Blvd. Tomah Wi. 372-6737 they are open Mondays thru Thursdays. Now taking egg cartons, plastic and paper bags.

Community Dinners on Mondays nights at 4:30pm. Grab and Go dinners at Gloria Dei Church.

Wheels to Worship FREE rides to our church

If you need transportation to attend church services or activities Please call Tomah Transit to arrange a ride. Call them at 608-374-3004 the day before to arrange a ride. Tell them you are apart our " Wheels to Worship and our church will pay your fair for you!!!!


Faith in Action

Free Grocery Shopping & Delivery

This free service is available year-round to anyone who is either elderly or a person with disabilities living within Tomah City Limits!

Call our Office to Sign Up! 608-372-0939


St. Clare Health Mission of Monroe County

Free health care for Monroe County residents over 18 years of age who have no health insurance and whose financial status prevents seeking medical treatment.

Where: Mayo Health System - Sparta Campus 310 West Main Street, Sparta, Wisconsin

Call 608-366-5343 for more information.

When: 1st and 3rd Tuesday evening each month, 5 - 6:30 p.m. Registration (No appointments needed). Patients seen on first come / first served basis.

In-house pharmacy for prescribed medications (no narcotics prescribed).

No services available for mental health counseling, dental care, or vision care.

St. Clare Health Mission of Monroe County is staffed entirely by volunteer medical staff and office volunteers. Spanish language interpreters are available at each clinic.


Adopt-A-Highway

First UM Church has an assigned section of Hwy 16 for which we made a commitment to clean-up twice annually. What we lack is a key coordinator to organize this effort. Connect with Dean Baumgarten to learn more or to indicate you would be willing to lead this ministry of our care of the earth. There is a sign up sheet on the kiosk to indicate you would assist on clean up days.