We are worshiping virtually Sunday's at 10am. This week (5/24) we have a special service from Bishop Jung. For additional content, please visit the Devotional Page

Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.

Worship Service: 10:00 am
Fellowship: 11:15 am
606 Nichols Road, Monona, WI 53716
(608) 222-1633


During these unprecedented times, we are grateful for your continued support of Monona UMC. Since we will not be passing the offering plate up and down the pews of the sanctuary for a few weeks, this is another thing that might have to be modified. Those of us who give by electronic fund transfer (EFT) will not need to change anything. The rest of us can use the old-fashioned mail system (remember the US Postal Service?) which still works quite well. (Monona United Methodist Church, 606 Nichols Road, Monona, WI 53716). One time electronic donations can be made using the Donate Now button on the bottom of the page. Our ministries will continue and we value your faithful giving. Thank you so much!

Donate to United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR)

March 22nd was UMCOR Sunday (formly One Great Hour of Sharing). You can still donate online at UMCgiving.org/give-now or mail your offering marked with “UMCOR” on your check to the church. Through our giving, we empower UMCOR to act as the arms and legs of Christ’s church. Our giving lays the foundation to help the most vulnerable in their darkest days. Your support makes it possible for UMCOR to direct 100 percent of all other contributions to the projects our donors specify, instead of using this money on administrative or fundraising costs.

UMCOR has awarded a solidarity grant to the Tennessee Conference of the United Methodist Church to support initial relief efforts after tornadoes devastated the area on March 2nd and 3rd. You can give directly to the U.S. Disaster Response at Advance #901670 using the link: http://bit.ly/tennesseetornados

You may also mark your check or envelope with “Tennessee Tornadoes.” Please continue to pray for the communities and churches that were significantly damaged by the tornadoes.


You can help people in our community who are struggling as a result of the coronavirus by donating to our Human Welfare Fund. The working poor are profoundly impacted when local businesses close and they are not able to work. Please send additional donations to the church marked with “Human Welfare Fund.” If you find yourself in need of assistance, please reach out to the church office (608-222-1633) or call Mark directly (608-335-5063).