Oakfield United Methodist Church

Tabor (Eden) United Methodist Church

Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors


We are a two-point charge within the United Methodist Church meaning we have one pastor who ministers to both Oakfield United Methodist Church and Tabor United Methodist Church.


8:45AM | Tabor UMC

10:45AM | Oakfield UMC


Welcome to the Oakfield & Tabor (Eden) UMC Website!

Upcoming Events

Oakfield UMC

Thursday, April 24th at 5:45PM – Cardio-Toning Class in the Fellowship Hall

Saturday, April 26th at 9:00AM – Cardio-Toning Class in the Fellowship Hall

Sunday, April 27th at 9:30AM - Disciple in Action Meeting

Thursday, May 1st at 9:30AM – Ladies Fellowship meeting at church for trip to Oshkosh Museum. Not potluck and no meeting.

Saturday, May 3rd at 8:00AM – Church Clean-Up

Tabor UMC

Thursday, April 24th at 7:00PM - Church Council Meeting
Monday,  April 28th at 6:30PM
– Stephen Ministry Meeting in the Upper Room

GET IN TOUCH - Oakfield

Oakfield Village Tea

"Back Door Gardens"

Saturday, May 3rd from 1:00 - 3:00P)

Oakfield United Methodist Church (220 South Main St. - Oakfield, WI) will be hosting the Oakfield Village Tea​.

Guest speaker, Ericka Jensen, a local author and gardener, will celebrate spring and show tea drinkers how to grow an herb 
garden at their back doors.  Please make your reservation by calling: (920) 583-3062 or (920) 583-3848. Seat donation: $7.00
for Ladies, $5.00 for Ladies of Wisdom -ages 70 years and older, or young ladies, 10 years old or younger.

Jesus Said What?

The Difficult Teachings of Jesus (April 27 - May 25) 

In the five Sundays that follow Easter Sunday, Oakfield and Tabor UMC will be exploring some of the more difficult teachings of Jesus. As Christians, we are not called on to be like other Christians. We are called to be like Christ! Being a follower of 

Golden Cross Sunday

May 11th, 2014

We will be taking a special offering during our worship services on May 11th.

Your generous gift on Golden Cross Sunday is used to support Wisconsin-based ministries such as Evergreen Retirement Community in Oshkosh, Northcott Neighborhood House, and the Harbor House.

​Jesus is not always easy, and it often requires sacrifice. We will explore five passages in Matthew that examine some of this difficulty.