Family In Faith was established in 2019 in the former Silent Woman building on Lincoln Avenue. Services at Family In Faith are held Sunday mornings at 8 a.m. in the former dining area. The former bar area has been transformed into a coffee/hot chocolate bar and social area for conversation and fellowship.
Worship is live streamed on Facebook every Sunday morning on Renee Thomas’s page then shared to the Family In Faith Facebook page.
This church was formed to be inclusive to all. Religion isn’t what we are about. Our plans are to grow relationships, and the most important one being a relationship with God’s Kingdom.
Office hours Tuesday and Thursday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Please enter through the 11th St side door.
Contact us at 608-822-6797. At Fennimore United Methodist Church, we invite you to be our guest!
If you are checking us out as a possible church home, or need a place to worship while visiting Fennimore, we invite you to be our guest at one of our worship celebrations on Sunday mornings at 8:00 AM, 11:00 AM or Sunday evening at 6:30 PM. Times subject to change due to pandemic. You are welcome here, regardless of where you are at in your faith journey.
Sunday Worship Schedule
8:00 am: Worship at Fennimore United Methodist Church
9:15 am: Christian Education at Fennimore United Methodist Church
9:30 am: Worship at Castle Rock Lutheran Church
10:45 am: Worship at Stitzer United Methodist Church
11:00 am: Worship at Fennimore United Methodist Church
6:30 am: Worship at Fennimore United Methodist Church
Queen of All Saints is a Roman Catholic parish, belonging to the Diocese of Madison, and situated in Grant County, Wisconsin. It comprises three churches: St. Mary’s Church (Fennimore), St. John Nepomucene (Castle Rock), and St. Lawrence O’Toole (Mt. Hope). Their parish is a vibrant Catholic community which centers its life in the sacraments.
The parish vision statement is “Queen of All Saints parish will become a destination area for people searching for the true meaning and practice of our Catholic Faith.” The parish mission statement is “To be a viable, faith-enhancing and discipling parish, Queen of All Saints Parish will assist parishioners to form a closer loving relationship with Jesus by practicing the following four holy habits: (1) Establish a prayer life, ultimately saying a daily Rosary; (2) Reclaim Sunday for Mass and family; (3) Observe Fridays as days of penance; and (4) Go to monthly confession. Queen of All Saints will assist parishioners to draw others to a closer loving relationship with Jesus and be disciple makers.
Goals for the parish include featuring the parish Eucharistic Adoration Chapel as the centerpiece of our evangelization efforts, developing a personal prayer life to increase love for Our Lord and Our Lady, become educated in and observe the teachings of the Faith by providing more parish events and encouraging participation and to recognize and welcome opportunities to enthusiastically share the Catholic Faith with others.