Our Mission

“To Know Jesus Christ and Make Him Known on Campus”

Jesus’ mission is our mission—to “seek and to save” those far from God (Luke 19) and to prepare God’s people for works of service to build up the body of Christ (Ephesians 4).

We carry out our mission by building up the Christian faith of those who come to us, bringing back those who are drifting from the Lord and bringing in those who do not know the love of the Lord.

Our prayer is to be an Acts 2 church: “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”

Our Beliefs

We know who we are…

In a world full of people drifting aimlessly, we know who we are: forgiven children of God—not because of us, but because of Jesus. (Search Ephesians 2)

We know where we came from…

God’s direct, trustworthy message, the Bible, confirms that we are not highly formed animals developed by chance, but morally accountable human beings created by God. (Search Genesis 1 & 2)

We know why we’re here…

Life on earth is a thanksgiving to God the Father, who made us; to God the Son, who saved us; and to God the Holy Spirit, who miraculously changes us. Our purpose here is to love and serve God and one another. (Search 1 John 4)

We know where we’re going…

The Bible tells us that death is not the end, but the beginning—the beginning of a never-ending perfect life with Jesus where pain, tears and death do not exist. (Search Philippians 1)

For a more complete view of our beliefs, please see “What We Believe” on wels.net, the website of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).

Constitution and Bylaws

Wisconsin Lutheran Chapel Constitution
Last amended 9/8/1986

Wisconsin Lutheran Chapel Bylaws
Last amended: August 14, 2014
Ratified at February 8, 2015 Congregational Meeting