The Daring Endeavor of Being in Covenant Community
WCA ANNUAL MEETING
April 27, 2024 - 8:30 am-2:30 pm
Featuring Rev. Wendy Van Tassell, a graduate of Hope College and Western Theological Seminary.
Attendees will learn about and discuss:
What is a covenant?
Why is it daring?
What is its place in Congregationalism?
How are we living out our covenants?
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Sign up to attend the FALL ZOOM MEETING HERE
NACCC Lay Ministry Program
We have celebrated and graduated our final cohort through the WCA Lay Ministry Training Program and are now actively working through the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches Lay Ministry Program. You can access information here.
The NACCC Lay Ministry Program is modeled after the WCA program with the added component of being virtual. Check it out!
View or download the brochure by clicking on the cover.
GREETINGS IN CHRIST
Autonomous churches seeking the fellowship, support, and programs of "like-called" congregations have, since 1968, found local relationships within the Wisconsin Congregational Association.
While most of the member churches are indeed from Wisconsin, there are also member churches in Upper Michigan and Illinois. The churches of the WCA follow the historic faith and organizational pattern of the Congregational Way. Membership in the Wisconsin Congregational Association is open to any church that shares the faith and polity convictions of the association and accepts the association Covenant.
Seeking a new congregation?
Explore and plan a visit to worship with us at one of our member churches in Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois.
YOUTH & CAMP
Programs and events available for statewide youth grades 3-12 centered on faith, fellowship and fun, including a week-long overnight summer camp.
STATEMENT OF OUR ASSOCIATION COVENANT
We covenant with the Lord and with one another in striving to know the will of God as taught in the Holy Scriptures, and in our purpose to walk in the ways of the Lord, known or to be made known to us and to be free from the will of humanity for the purpose of becoming perfectly subject to the will of God. We voluntarily associate ourselves together for faith, freedom, and fellowship, with Jesus Christ as our only Head. We affirm and maintain the freedom of individual conscience as enlightened by the Holy Spirit, our only interpreter of the Word of God. We also claim that each Church shall be free, independent, and forever devoid of any and all control by the Association.