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Serve & Share

The Road Home is an interfaith hospitality program that provides housing for homeless families in transition to permanent housing. Four times per year our church hosts homeless families in transition to permanent housing.

Midvale’s LWR quilters meet the 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays to make quilts to send to Lutheran World Relief.

Midvale Community Lutheran Church has adopted Van Hise Elementary School through the Foundation for Madison’s Public Schools Adopt-a-School Program.

Just Bakery, Madison Area Urban Ministry’s bakery career training program comes to Midvale on the first Sunday of each month.

The first weekend of every month our church prepares food and serves guests at the Porchlight Men’s Homeless Shelter located at Grace Episcopal Church (116 West Washington.) For the past 35 years, Midvale members have donated time, money and energ

The Second Chance Apartment Project is a program of The Road Home which provides support and shelter for overcoming homelessness. Midvale’s residence just east of the church on Wakefield provides housing for a family for two years.

Food Pantry Collection offers individuals an opportunity to donate non-perishable food items to a bin in the Gathering Space; items are collected regularly and delivered to St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in south Madison.

All this took place to fulfill what had been spoken by the Lord through the prophet: “Look, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and they shall name him Emmanuel,” which means, “God is with us.” - Matthew 1:22-23

Adopt-A-Highway Project is Midvale’s commitment to clean up litter and trash along the West Beltline Highway between Midvale Boulevard and Whitney Way. Dates are announced in advance so volunteers can be available.

In the fall of 2013, Midvale Community Lutheran Church joined WISDOM, the Wisconsin affiliate of the Gamaliel Foundation, an interfaith organization comprised of more than one hundred and fifty congregations, of nineteen different faith traditions

Triangle Community Ministry( (TCM) is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization formed in 1978 to meet the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of residents in the urban renewal district bordered by West Washington, Park and Regent Streets.  Today TCM

Our congregation has an endowment fund that is administered by members of the congregation. The earned income from this fund is used to for additional ministries that would not otherwise be possible.

It’s time to start thinking about items for Lutheran World Relief Kits. Lists of items needed and bags to fill for school kits are in the Gathering Space.

So if anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation: everything old has passed away, see everything has become new!  2 Corinthians 5:17