At Community of Life we want to grow in our Gospel shaped service of others. We do this through service projects locally. We also parter with a number of organizations both in our community and beyond.
Care Net envisions a culture where women and men faced with pregnancy decisions are transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ and empowered to choose life for their unborn children and abundant life for their families.
The vision of The 2:47 Network is to grow as a dynamic network of Christ-centered communities by supporting the planting of churches. We will partner with the ministry staff of churches to help provide them with an unparalleled focus on their local ministry opportunities.
Poblo International Ministries is a non-profit, Christian organization that is passionate about sharing the love of Jesus with Muslims and other immigrants and refugees living in the United States. Unlike in the past, American Christians do not have to go overseas to do mission work— the mission field is in our own front yard. Poblo International Ministries is responding to this change in demographics and revolutionizing the way the gospel is shared by engaging in cross-cultural missions and grassroots community outreach here in the United States and training and partnering with local churches.
As part of our commitment to growing in our Gospel shaped service of others we support Rev. Mark and Stefanie Rabe, missionaries serving in Ethiopia. You can read more about the Rabe's and their work in their newsletter.
A RAIZED Community consists of local missionaries of all ages gathering weekly in homes, workplaces, businesses, schools, etc. We support and encourage one another as we live all-out on mission with Jesus.
Oregon Food Pantry
To improve the quality of life for residents of Oregon, Wisconsin through education and fundraising for the basic needs of daily living.
Madison Area Jail Ministry
Madison Area Jail Ministry (MAJM) has been providing spiritual care to incarcerated men and women for 50 years. Approximately 750-800 men and 80-100 women are held each day in the Dane County Jail. Each person comes to the jail with unique physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. MAJM provides spiritual care through the work of our chaplains and a network of clergy and volunteers from the entire spectrum of faith traditions.
At Community of Life we want to grow in our knowledge and trust of who Jesus is and we believe we do that in three areas of our lives, our Head, Heart and Hands. Take this inventory to see how you might be able to challenge yourself to grow in your relationship with Jesus in these areas.