The Wisconsin Council of Churches (WCC) is a community of Christian denominations that covenant to engage in a common ministry focused on church unity, peacemaking, social and economic justice for Wisconsin’s most vulnerable residents, and revitalizing congregations.
The Council encompasses 16 denominations with approximately 2,000 congregations and over one million church members. Join with us as we pray and work together for the unity and renewal of the church and the healing and reconciliation of the world.
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2013 Washington Island Forum
The 2013 Washington Island Forum will be held June 24-28, 2013. This four and one half day event features Brian McLaren, author, speaker, activist and networker among innovative Christian leaders. For more information on this event and the unique setting … Continue reading
Hunger in America 2014 Survey
You can help give hungry people a voice! Feeding America member food banks across Wisconsin are teaming up with more than 190 food banks to collect data for nationwide Hunger in America 2014, a comprehensive study conducted every four years … Continue reading
Help the WCC give witness to our concerns for the most vulnerable
With the arrival of spring (at least on the calendar!), our state legislature is moving into high gear to consider a state budget for 2013-15. Their decisions will have important implications for the well-being of Wisconsin’s people and environment. Donate … Continue reading
Wisconsin Religious Leaders Urge Medicaid Expansion
Leaders of four statewide religious organizations are urging the Wisconsin Legislature’s Joint Committee on Finance to accept federal funding for Medicaid expansion to “ensure that the most vulnerable individuals of our state receive access to quality healthcare.” The directors of … Continue reading
Help Seniors Save Money on Groceries
Do you minister to seniors as a pastor, volunteer, or member of a senior group at your church or in your community? Thousands of seniors are making tough choices in these difficult economic times. Choices like, “Do I buy my … Continue reading