The Wisconsin Conference has 14 Health and Welfare Ministries serving persons of all faiths and races as an outreach of The United Methodist Church. The Ministries group is divided into three categories: Family and Children’s Services, Senior and Disability Service, and Health Services. These ministries provide invaluable services to their communities, and they need your support. To donate to a specific ministry, send your donation to the Wisconsin Conference UMC Treasurer at 750 Windsor Street, Sun Prairie, WI 53590, and designate the Fund Number that you want to support. For more information, visit the Health and Welfare Ministries page.

Ministries in the Senior and Disability Services assist persons who are unable to pay the full cost of services provided, as well as persons with sufficient financial resources. One of these invaluable ministries is Morrow Home Community. The heritage of Morrow Home Community was founded on Christian love. This love is apparent in the way its staff cares for those they serve. Morrow Home strives to enhance quality of life by preserving the dignity, independence, and uniqueness of each individual, while meeting their physical, social, and spiritual needs. The Morrow Home Community serves as a tangible expression of God’s love through a continuum of long-term care services, including independent senior apartments, assisted living, advanced assisted living, and dementia care.

They currently have senior living apartments available and are offering the first month rent free. Residents of Morrow Home Apartments have all utilities paid, three healthy meals every day, caregivers available 24/7, medication management, and onsite therapy services. One resident of their Parkview Apartments said, “I’ve been at Parkview ever since it opened and the place still seems like new. The people here are friendly; and staff is very good at providing fun activities so we have times to be together. Knowing there is a noon meal served every day is appreciated. I very much like it here at Parkview Apartments!”

For more information email Jenny Koehler at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 608-366-6224.