Organist/Pianist wanted to play a Baldwin Electronic organ at 10 AM traditional service every Sunday at Grace United Methodist Church in Wautoma. You will be playing hymns from our Methodist hymnal accompanying the congregation. We do not have a church choir. Salary is based on experience. This organ is very easy to learn and we have an experienced organist who will train you on our organ.

Qualifications include proficiency in reading music, proficiency in sight reading hymns, available for Sunday Morning Service at 10:00 AM.

Contact us at or 920-787-4668.



As people of faith journeying together, we commit to growing in our understanding of God, our practice of spiritual disciplines, and our fellowship with one another. Small group ministries offer us opportunities to experience and nurture such growth as we work to become better disciples. All are welcome to participate.

Our current small groups include:

  • Bible Studies - meets for bible study with the pastor.
  • Men's Group - gathers for fellowship
  • United Methodist Women (UWM) - meets for mission and ministry
  • Seniors on the Move - takes a local trip monthly April-October
  • Prayer Shawl Ministry - gathers to knit shawls for the ill and the hospitalized
  • Quiet Waters Ministry - brings a devotional service with music to residents of an elder care facility
  • DVD Ministry - caring individuals deliver weekly a Sunday worship DVD to our homebound and care facility members


Celestial Bell Choir

This group is for anyone who enjoys performing instrumental music in the worship service. No previous experience with bell ringing is needed but the ability to read music is helpful. This group plays regularly in our worship service from September through May.

Rehearsal: Usually Tuesday or Wednesday mornings in the sanctuary.

Director: Judie Batterman


Seniors On The Move - posing outdoors at the fish hatchery tour


Serving the Wider Community

As United Methodists, we believe the work of the church is the work of all people. Each of us is called to participate and to put our faith into action. This means living into our promise to support the ministries of the church by our prayers, our presence, our gifts, our service, and our witness.

Four women holding domations for the Waushara County Food Pantry

Local Community Work

Waushara County Food Pantry

Collects and distributes food to those in need. It is located in Wautoma, but includes mobile pantries in three other communities within the county. Volunteers from our congregation load vehicles every Friday and collect groceries at church four times per year.

Treehouse Central, Wautoma Branch

Offers help and hope to teens in the area, giving them a faith-based support group that leads them to believe in themselves and support the community. Volunteers from our church provide occasional meals and donate monies from our mission fundraising events.

Holiday Community Project

A county-wide project supported by numerous service groups, churches, our food pantry, and area schools to provide a holiday meal, coats, pajamas, and toys to families in need. Grace UMC collects toys, hats, and mittens for this project.

Back to School Bash

A county-wide project of Waushara County Human Services, designed to give all elementary children the basic supplies they need to begin their new school year. Grace UMC collects backpacks and supplies.

Community Outreach/Hispanic Ministry

Started three ago to help families who are not served regularly by the area food pantry. Each April, we collect foods and deliver them to our local mobile home park families and Hispanic families in Wautoma. (Due to transportation issues and work schedules, many cannot or do not use the local food pantry.)

Coffee Fellowship Time

is a gathering before and after worship for coffee, treats and fellowship. Please join us!

The Wautoma Community Garden

The garden is located at Grace United Methodist Church at N2133 Southgate Terrace in Wautoma. Each Fall, cow manure and leaves were tilled in to the soil for fertilizer. Every Spring, the garden is tilled again and made ready for planting. The garden contains four plots that are 12’x15’ in the front of the garden, six plots that are 15’x25’ in the middle, and two plots that are 12’x12’ in the back of the area. In addition, there are two raised beds that are 4’x8’ x 2’-6” high for those that have a problem bending over. Water is available for your use. See the April newsletter for details, or call the church office at 920-787-4668 to secure a plot. Then just bring your seeds, plants, and enjoy your bounty of veggies this summer!

Beyond Our Community


A Christian-based organization sending missionaries and engineers to the Dominican Republic to build water plants that provide clean water. Grace UMC uses monies from fund-raisers to support this organization.

Heifer International

A world-wide organization that works with third-world communities to end world hunger and poverty by giving them animals, seeds, plants with which they can become self-supporting and pass on animal off-springs to more families. Grace UMC holds an annual fund-raiser for this and has given goats, rabbits, pigs, llamas, alpacas, sheep, water buffalo, a heifer, gardeners baskets, health worker kits, and bee hives.

Mujila Falls Agricultural Center

In Zambia, Africa, the center is one of the two Methodist missionary projects supported by Grace UMC. Through our “Everything Chocolate Sunday” sale, we donate to this project on an annual basis. Mujila falls has made enormous progress in sustainable agricultural practices and is building a new daycare center.

Missionary Support

Goes to Sara Flores, a United Methodist missionary serving in the Evangelical United Methodist Church of Ecuador. Sara works in ministry to children and families, volunteer-in-mission groups, disaster relief teams, and provides pastoral support. Sara is also supported through our annual “Everything Chocolate Sunday” sale.

Fair Trade Coffee Cart

A self-supporting coffee cart that includes coffees and candy from an equal exchange fairly traded cooperative of farmers from West Africa, Southern Mexico, the Congo, and Palestine.

United Methodist Committee On Relief (UMCOR)

Works globally to provide humanitarian relief in the United States and worldwide. Grace UMC traditionally gives financial help to this organization as needs arise.