As the crisis surrounding immigration continues to unfold, we, the members of the Wisconsin Council of Churches, raise our voices in protest at the policies being implemented and at the inappropriate appeal to scripture by government officials in support of these policies.
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Racial Equity Ministry Team: Rev. Peter Heide, Interim Pastor at Albany Lutheran Church in Albany Rev. Stephen Marsh, Pastor at Lake Edge Lutheran Church in Madison Pastors and Congregations in our Synod: Rev. Felix Malpica, Pastor, and members of Faith Lutheran Church in Janesville Rev. Mae Jean Zelle, Interim Pastor, and members of First Lutheran […]
Join Reverend Jeff Quinto, Bethel Series Executive Director, and his wife Toni on ten life-changing days in the Holy Land, February 22 – March 3, 2019, on the 2nd Annual Bethel Series Pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
Pastor Mary Pharmer lived in El Paso, on the Tex/Mex border for the first 3 months of this year. She volunteered in a house of hospitality for immigrants coming across the border from Mexico and Central America. Eager to share stories of this time, she has prepared a visual presentation to share at the Racial Equity gathering.
Please join us on July 29, 2018 from 4:00 – 6:00 PM for Part Two of Our Series on Our State Incarceration System: “Incarceration and Sacred Space” – an interfaith conversation about sacred space within a fortress of fear.
Lakeview Lutheran Church (Madison) Received Madison Area Ministry (“MUMz’) Visionary Award! Congratulations to Lakeview Lutheran Church! As the synod office was reading through the MUM newsletter, we saw that Rev. Dean Kirst accepted the Visionary Award on behalf of the congregation. Lakeview received this award for their early support of Just Bakery through in-kind contributions […]
Off The Square Club Works with Neighbors to Foster Change Within Community Fresh towels are something most of us take for granted. For members at Lutheran Social Services’ Off the Square Club in Madison, towels are a luxury. More than half the club members are homeless. With the addition of a shower thanks to ELCA congregations […]
Here are some links to excellent information that will help to understand what we, the ELCA, are doing to address those on the margins and how your congregation might get involved:
It is hard to believe that the 2018 ELCA Youth Gathering is now history. The memories of the week, however, will last a lifetime for the youth that you accompanied on the journey. The 724 youth and adults from our synod joined the 31,242 registered participants in Houston for an amazing week. I pray that […]
Works with Director of Faith Formation, pastors and ministry teams to lead Confirmation, retreats, mission trips, service projects and community building. .8 to full-time, salaried position with benefits.