CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH GOD AND EACH OTHER.
We connect with God when we grow spiritually. Growing spiritually occurs through baptism, studying The Bible, prayer, and participating in weekend services.
We connect with the Church when we gather together. Gathering together means being involved in a small group, developing apprentice leaders, caring for family, resolving conflict, and learning from other leaders.
We connect with the world when we give back. Giving back includes volunteering, giving, and sharing our story.
We are a fun and passionate group working together, with you, to connect people with God and each other.
Stephen led the team that founded Madison Church in 2014. He is a graduate Wheaton College, where he earned a Master of Arts in Missional Church Movements. Stephen and his wife, Megan, have been married for five years and have one son, Oliver. He enjoys reading, writing, and cheering for the Green Bay Packers.
Daniel has a M.S. in computer science from Emory University in Atlanta. Daniel's interests range from sailing to computer programming to playing music.
Children's Ministry Coordinator
Megan was on the team that founded Madison Church in 2014. She graduated from Evangel University with a major in Early Childhood Education. Megan spends her time running, doing Target runs, and watching Wisconsin sports.
Ministry Teams Coach
Erica joined the Madison Church team in the spring of 2016. She has been heavily involved with different church planting and global mission efforts. Erica stays active with traveling, working out, and amateur break dancing.
There is only one true God – revealed in three persons… Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (commonly known as the Trinity).
Though originally good, humans willingly fell to sin – ushering evil and death, both physical and spiritual, into the world.
In the deity of Jesus. As God’s son, Jesus was both human and divine.
Every person can have restored fellowship with God through salvation.
The Baptism in the Holy Spirit is a special experience following salvation that empowers believers for witnessing and effective service, just as it did in New Testament times.
Divine healing of the sick is a privilege for Christians today and is provided for in Jesus’ atonement (his sacrificial death on the cross for our sins).
In the blessed hope – when Jesus gathers his Church prior to his return to earth (the second coming). A final judgment will take place for those who have rejected him. We look forward to the perfect new heavens and new earth that Jesus is preparing for all people, of all time, who have accepted him.