we're a family
There is nothing more important to us than Jesus Christ. We are motivated by His love towards us.
The Waukesha Community Seventh-day Adventist Church is a family of individuals who have found hope in Jesus.
We simply want to expand that hope and happiness to the most people possible.
Our church has been serving this community for decades.
It has changed a lot since then, but the fervor and care still follow.
We provide a safe place for people everywhere to come and feel loved.
Our mission is to tell the world of a friend like Jesus, wanting to show who Jesus is to the Waukesha and New Berlin communities through our actions.
The Bible teaches of His early coming to take us to the heavenly palaces.
Hope for today.
Hope for the future.
Hope for progress.
Hope in Jesus.
We want you to feel part of the family of God.
He has a big future for you that you can't miss.
What does this mean for you? Most importantly, you are always welcome in our church. We are keeping a seat for you. Wherever you are on your journey of faith, you will always be accepted as part of the family.
Moreover, if you are ready to plan your first visit, click here.
If you would like more information about our beliefs as a church, you can click here.
Or if you simply want to contact a person from our main team directly, click here.
First, we suggest you join us on Saturday morning for Sabbath School at 9:30 a.m. Click here to plan your visit! We will give you all the info you need to have a great experience.
Second, we invite you to stay for regular church service starting at 11am-12pm. There is a message on a relatable topic from the Bible, how it shows us God's love, and how we can apply it in our lives. This is a perfect way to meet a few people without having to commit to something on-going either!
Next, try a Bible Study group. These groups typically meet throughout the week in someone’s home. There are a variety of groups, stages of life, locations, and times so you will be able to find something that fits your schedule. Many of us consider these like our second family.