Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) website created by and for Lutherans that hold to the historic Lutheran doctrinal positions that were spelled out by the original Lutheran Church almost 500 years ago and by the old Synodical Conference. We believe that the Bible IS the Word of God. We accept the Books of the Bible as the divinely and verbally inspired, revealed, and inerrant Word of God. We submit to this Word as the only infallible authority in all matters of faith and life.
WELS offers many resources that help you strengthen and increase your faith. Try our Bible studies, or Bible reading plans. Search the scriptures!
WELS Daily Devotion
available Monday through Friday and also available daily via email.
Time of Grace an international Christian outreach media ministry that is dedicated to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with as many people as possible. The ministry uses television, print, and the Internet to share the gospel with people across the country and around the world. The half-hour television program Time of Grace is broadcast each week featuring Pastor Mark Jeske. He presents Bible studies in terms that people can relate to and apply to their lives. Daily devotions are also available.
"Forward in Christ" is the official magazine of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. Printed monthly, this magazine addresses important issues facing Christians today.
"What About Jesus?" a WELS website for the unchurched, or "young" Christians. A website to find out who Jesus Christ really is.
WELS Together a bi-weekly e-newsletter features a message from the president and the latest synod news and developments.
WELS News a newsletter highlighting selected mission fields
FVL's mission is to assist in training the leaders of the next generation. Biblical leadership calls for Christians to be "servant-leaders" following the example of the ultimate leader: Jesus Christ. Growing spiritually is at the heart of FVL's mission to its students. Each student is enrolled in a curriculum of religious classes. More than that, as a Christian high school, FVL strives to teach all subjects in the light of God's inerrant word.
Fox Valley Lutheran High School (FVLHS) in partnership with families and Federation churches, provides students with a Christ-centered education preparing teens for lives of service and for eternity.
For the FVL monthly calendar... FVL-TheHub
Martin Luther College is owned and operated by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). Formed from an amalgamation of Dr. Martin Luther College (founded in 1884) and Northwestern College (founded in 1865), Martin Luther College opened its doors to the next generation of church workers in 1995.
“This institution is blessed with faculty and staff members who are exceptionally committed to the mission of preparing students for ministry, who are exemplary in their care for and involvement with students, and who are gracious in their relationships with colleagues.” The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
MLC news, features, and events
WELS United in the Fox Valley is a group of congregations located in the Fox River Valley area of Wisconsin that belong to the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. We share a common faith and a common goal of reaching out to all people with the gospel. Please visit our website for more information on our ministry as well as information on area WELS churches.
Is of interest to the adolescent youth
Teaches useful skills for living in God's world
Develops a knowledge of God's creation
Develops Christian leadership skills
Encourages fellowship with Christians
Encourages serving our Lord by serving our fellowman in our church and community
Lutheran Boy Pioneers exists to reach out to and nurture the youth of the world with the saving gospel message of Jesus Christ. To achieve our mission, Lutheran Pioneers provides a ministry under the direction of the Pastor and congregation that:
Lutheran Girl Pioneers an easy way to associate and mingle with other girls in your congregation, and even make new friends. All girls from 1st grade through High School are invited to attend.
As an organization founded to keep our girls "Loyal to Christ", Lutheran Girl Pioneers (LGP) shall strive to develop in each member her potential for leadership through personal interaction skills with others and promote service to the Lord and to the world around her. This will be accomplished through worship, evangelism, education, citizenship and recreational activities, all centered in God's word and consistent with the doctrine of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod or of a Lutheran Church in doctrinal fellowship with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.
Girl Pioneers meet every other Tuesday from 6:20 p.m. to 7:45 p.m., September through April @ St. Luke.
Contact: Kate Vosters (home phone 920-788-0289)
Christian Life Resources The mission of Christian Life Resources is to use life and family issues as bridges to convey the love of God and to share the message of salvation through Christ. This organization educates people on what God’s Word has to say about the value and sanctity of human life. The intent is to mobilize Christians to make God-pleasing decisions about life and family issues. We focus attention on many issues: abortion, infertility, birth control, post-abortion syndrome, infanticide, medical directive statements, assisted suicide, and euthanasia.
Wisconsin Lutheran Child & Family Service (WLCFS) is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, affiliated with, but not financially supported by,the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, offering the following services and programs:
Wisconsin Lutheran Child & Family Service (WLCFS)
Christian Family Counseling
The Gardens of Hartford Assisted Living
In-Home Care Programs
Luther Haven Retirement Community
Wisconsin Lutheran Living Center Member Assistance Program
Lutheran Women's Missionary Society is women dedicated to serving Jesus by increasing awareness of, interest in, and support of the mission outreach of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS)."
As WELS women we believe that Jesus was speaking to each of us when he directed his disciples to "...go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."
To this end we freely give of the time, talents, and treasures with which God has richly blessed us.
Kingdom Workers exists to make disciples according to the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ.
To accomplish this purpose, WELS Kingdom Workers will endeavor, under God, to inform Christians of the needs and opportunities that exist in mission fields around the world, to encourage Christians to become personally involved in mission work, to facilitate and coordinate volunteer efforts in mission fields.