More warm clothes outside and inside and food please. The Waukesha community is well aware of the poverty and homeless people increasing in Waukesha by the day. Yet we live in the richest county in WI!!!! This does not make sense!!!!
N50 Wisconsin AveOkauchee, WI 53069
From Business: Holy Trinity Lutheran Church & School exists to engage people with Jesus. This engagement means that He creates and strengthens a living faith in our hearts throu…
It’s a big church, but it’s not hard to get connected if you roll up your sleeves and volunteer or join a small group. They go out into the community and are known by what they do in love. The pastors are never boring and you can always get something out of the messages and talk with someone after. On Sundays it is about putting God into your everyday life. They still have theological courses but they do those during the week along with small groups where you study the Bible and talk about Christian books at someone’s house. They always have free coffee or you can buy from the café. All the volunteers are really consistent if you are able to be consistent about when you attend. I had a 4K child last year at Fox River. My child went to 3rd sometimes and they do combine for fewer kids but it's still real kids church. They also have a few churches other than Waukesha if you are looking for one that is smaller or a different style of music. No church is going to be the church for everyone.
The church is very accepting towards everyone! The music is wonderful. In response to the comments that say that the musicians bring attention to themselves I would say that is inaccurate. The lyrics focus on God and the worship leaders often dance and have lots of energy and joy for the Lord. The sermons are very structured which I like. You always leave knowing what the main point is. The church is focused on the Gospel and having people understand that they are saved through grace in Jesus and nothing else. The church sermons tend to be very straight-forward, but if you join a Journey group you can dig deeper into the Word.
The messages are really watered down. A lot of times, the messages are based on what we can get out of a relationship with Jesus rather than glorifying God. They talk about how to live a "good" life as a Christian instead of focusing on our actual relationships with God. This church tries to be "hip" and "relevant" to bring in numbers and to make people want to come. Should we really care if we're pleasing people as long as we're fully glorifying our Creator? I think that a lot of younger generations are seeking a church community that's more sincere, real (not happy all of the time), and really honors God. I'm looking for a church that challenges me in my walk with God and teaches me to put God #1 in all that I do, not just something that makes me happy.