Resuming In-Person Worship June 7

We have a plan for coming back together as a church for public in-person worship on June 7, in only two weeks! In order to meet health department guidelines for 25% of our building capacity, we will be having two worship services and no Sunday morning classes.

  • Those who are showing symptoms (cough, fever, etc.) and those who are at risk (due to age or medical concerns) should stay home and continue to either call in or watch the livestream.
  • As per current guidance from the City of Madison and the Dane County Public Health Department, worship assemblies will be limited to 25% of capacity (25 people); therefore, we will have two worship services, and no Sunday classes.
  • To attend one of the two services being offered (9 a.m. or 10:30 a.m.), you must reserve a spot by using our “signupgenius” account: HERE or with the button below. If you do not have internet access, call the church number (608-224-0274) or have somebody sign up on your behalf.
  • Each service will be shortened and carefully planned with the goal of limiting exposure (sermon, prayer, Lord’s Supper, and one song).
  • Social distancing (6 feet), hand-washing, hand sanitizer, and the use of masks is strongly encouraged. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided.
  • Individually wrapped Lord’s Supper elements can be picked up in the entryway, or you can bring your own from home.
  • Pews will be taped off to allow adequate space between worshipers.
  • The service will be live-streamed downstairs.
  • Offerings can be placed in a box in the entryway before worship.
  • After the closing song, we will disperse outside as quickly as possible. When the song is over, leave. Any socializing must be done outside the building at a safe distance.

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Online Giving


We added online giving to this website! You can now give through on the new Giving page.

Let us know if you have any questions or comments

COVID-19 Update

While we will not be able to meet together as a church until further notice, we would encourage our members to try to participate in the private livestream at 10:30 every Sunday morning. Those without internet access have been given a phone number they can call that enables them to listen in on the livestream. We will try to email a link to the YouTube video for the benefit of those who do not have Facebook. We will also try to continue hosting an online class in the private livestream group every Wednesday at 7 p.m. We are new to some of this, and your understanding, encouragement, and suggestions for improvements are always welcome.

In addition to joining us online for a Bible lesson on Sunday morning, we would also encourage everyone to actually worship at home if at all possible. As you know, Biblical and God-pleasing worship is very simple - we sing (Ephesians 5:19), we pray (1 Corinthians 14:15-16), we give (1 Corinthians 16:1-2), we study (1 Thessalonians 2:13), and we partake of the Lord's Supper (1 Corinthians 11:23-28). We've posted a communion bread recipe online (from my grandmother) and in the bulletin (from Ruth C).

Concerning giving, we are working on an online option, but in the meantime, Stuart has encouraged us to send our checks to the church's mailing address, which he will check regularly:


PO BOX 8637

MADISON WI 53708-8637

As has been mentioned previously, one good option is PTP365, an online streaming service that is now being offered free for a limited time:

We would also encourage you to consider the Bible correspondence courses we have available on our website. All of them are printable, and the course on James has actually been set up as an online quiz. All of these are available under the "Get In Touch" tab on our website:

If you're looking for a songbook, the Paperless Hymnal has around 70 songs available at no charge on their website:

And finally, let's stay in touch! Our online directory is a powerful resource for finding each other's contact information. Please let us know if there is some way we can serve you. Do you need anything? I've heard some great things from our church family this week (from TP drop-offs, to prescription co-pays being covered, to many calls and messages of encouragement, and so on). Let's keep it up!

Wednesday Classes Canceled

Unfortunately, due to current events, we will not be meeting for our regularly scheduled Bible classes this Wednesday evening (March 18). We hope you are staying well, and we will be in touch concerning any possible plans for this coming Lord's Day.

New Study of Hebrews (SPRING 2020)

You are invited to join us at 9:30 every Sunday morning for a study of Hebrews (March - May 2020)!

Bible Study lessons are available for download!

If you're a fan of our Bible Study by Mail program or just looking for Bible lessons, we have uploaded all of our Bible Study by Mail files to the website! You can find them on the new Bible Study Files page under the Get In Touch Menu.

There are blank versions and versions with answers so you can check your work!

We've also made available the bible lesson on James as an online series of quizzes. You can find them on the James Quizzes page. These will give you the same questions from the Bible Study files, but will also give you an automatic score when you are finished! James is the only bible study we have adapted to an online quiz for now. But if it becomes popular, then we will look into adapting the rest as well.

Let us know if you have any questions or feedback on this!