Congratulations to the 23 churches being recognized in 2019 for their efforts to meet the requirements of the Rainbow Covenant! To be recognized as a Rainbow Covenant church, churches must pay their apportionments in full and select a project or missionary to support in each color band (or category) of the Rainbow Covenant. The eight color bands and the mission projects within them can be found in the Rainbow Covenant brochure

North Central

  • Amherst United Methodist Church
  • Portage United Methodist Church

North East

  • First United Methodist Church, Neenah-Menasha
  • Peace United Methodist Church, Kaukauna
  • Wesley United Methodist Church, Oshkosh

North West

  • Elmwood United Methodist Church
  • New Centerville United Methodist Church, Baldwin
  • New Richmond United Methodist Church
  • Tainter United Methodist Church, Colfax
  • Trinity United Methodist Church, Elk Mound

South East

  • Bristol United Methodist Church (Kenosha County)
  • Christ United Methodist Church, Watertown
  • Community United Methodist Church, Cedarburg
  • First United Methodist Church, Whitewater
  • United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay
  • Wesley Chapel United Methodist (Kenosha County)
  • Yorkville United Methodist Church (Racine County)

South West

  • Columbus United Methodist Church
  • Fennimore United Methodist Church
  • Liberty Pole United Methodist Church, Viroqua
  • Platteville United Methodist Church
  • Trinity United Methodist Church, Richland Center
  • Viroqua United Methodist Church

The Rainbow Covenant has been designed to enable local congregations to participate in missions on many levels, from local to global. It is the intent of this program to help all United Methodists in the Wisconsin Conference understand the diversity of ministries and agencies that make up our Global Ministries. We invite you and your local church to consider participating as a Rainbow Covenant church. Visit www.WisconsinUMC.org/RainbowCovenant to learn more.