Four times yearly, Midvale members team with several "buddy churches" to host 3-5 homeless families at our church. Learn more about this great opportunity to serve the needy in our midst. Sign up online now for 2014!
Lent is not only a season of solemnity, but also a season of spiritual rebirth. It is an invitation to consider anew what the cross means to us, or more specifically, what it means to us that Jesus died on a cross and was raised. Read more.
Tim Slekar, Dean, School of Education, Edgewood College, will offer a short talk about the current state of public education reform in Wisconsin and why faith communities are essential in helping preserve and strengthen public education.
On Sunday, March 16 at 3pm, Toni and Mark Swandby will share some of their excitement and pictures from the Olympics in Sochi, Russia. As part of the American curling delegation, they have unique insights and lots of interesting stories to share.
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Ash Wednesday is a solemn day of prayer that begins the season of Lent. On this day in worship, we confess our sin,... Read more
An information session and luncheon for anyone interested in learning more about Midvale Community Lutheran Church... Read more
The Rev. Mitri Raheb, pastor of Christmas Lutheran Church in Bethlehem, serves the congregation located in Jesus’... Read more
Pastor Blake is working on plans to lead a trip to the Holy Land in late October-early November, 2015. The trip will... Read more
Midvale’s worship space was filled to the brim with the sounds of guitar, drums, voices joyfully praising God, and... Read more
Midvale Community Lutheran Church’s Care Team is celebrating its first year anniversary in March. As ministers of... Read more
Preparing for Worship
March 8 & 9
Genesis 2:15-17, 3:1-7
Jesus experiences anew the temptations that Israel faced in the wilderness. As the Son of God, he endures the testing of the evil one.