Jacksonport United Methodist Church
Jacksonport, Wisconsin

Greetings, and Welcome to Jacksonport United Methodist - the "Little White Church" in Jacksonport. We are located at 6154 Cave Point Drive, near the corner of Cave Point Drive and Highway 57. You are invited to worship with us for our Easter service at 9:00 AM on April 5. Our regular Sunday services for 2015 begin at 9:00 AM on May 17. Join with us to celebrate God's goodness and blessings in this special setting in Door County. We are part of the Sturgeon Bay/Jacksonport Charge of the Wisconsin United Methodist Church. Please check out the rest of the website for more information. During the winter months you are invited to be part of the Sturgeon Bay Methodist services at 836 Michigan Street in Sturgeon Bay. Our pastor is Rev David Leistra. Feel free to contact him at his office at the Sturgeon Bay church - 920-743-3241, email - church.office@sturgeonbayumc.org or pastor@sturgeonbayumc.org.

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Click here for a look at our new entry cabinets

Click here for a progress report on refinishing the interior walls

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Church Pix

The Jacksonport United Methodist Church, also known as The Little White Church, combines historic simplicity with quaint country charm. Built in 1893, the simplistic architectural style reflects the Quaker background of one of the church founders and builders. The small but adequate entrance hall, the straight pews, the white altar rail and pulpit and the oak flooring all repeat this unassuming style. Music from the original Epworth pump organ still fills the church. Everything conveys the feeling of simplicity that has continued over the past 121 years.

Although some improvements have been made over the years, nothing has really changed. The foundation on which this building and congregation was formed is still the same and will continue. Members of the Jacksonport United Methodist Church, along with many summer visitors, family and friends still enjoy the heartwarming pump organ music, thoughtful sermons and warm friendship. They believe that the special old-fashioned feeling of faith that started this Little White Church is strong, vibrant and alive.



Present day church
Dee Sinnett Watercolor

Services are held each Sunday morning at 9:00 AM from mid-May until mid-October and Christmas Eve for a Candlelight Service at 10:30 PM.

Watercolor by local artist
and church member, Dee Sinnett


For more information about this State Historic Site, weddings, or general information, please call 920-366-1424.




Lee Jones Church Pix

Watercolor by Lee Jones