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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 19 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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Act Now! Unite to End Racism

The Wisconsin Council of Churches invites you to join us in a transformational journey, beginning this April. We are sponsoring bus departures from four cities to events taking place in Washington DC on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of … Continue reading

We Can’t Do It Alone

One of the joys of being in relationship with the wider church is being able to rely on one another when things get complicated. I just returned from the annual State Ecumenical Executives gathering. We were originally supposed to meet … Continue reading

Annual Meeting Highlights and Resource Links

Opening and closing prayer, led by members of our Unity & Relationships Commission, included If We Just Talk of Thoughts and Prayers, a hymn by Carolyn Winfrey Gillette, free for congregations to use in worship. If we just talk of … Continue reading

Advent Greetings!

The following is an adapted version of my introductory words at our recent Annual Meeting, held on Tuesday, December 5 at United Presbyterian Church in the Wisconsin Dells. Rev. Kerri Parker, Executive Director WCC Good morning, Church! Let me tell … Continue reading

In the Wake of Charlottesville: Faith Statements and Resources on Racism

“Those who say, ‘I love God,’ and hate their brothers or sisters, are liars; for those who do not love a brother or sister whom they have seen, cannot love God whom they have not seen. The commandment we have … Continue reading

On Behalf of Our Children: Wisconsin’s Racial Disparities and the Call of the Gospel

While the Gospel seems clear on the evil of racism, the church has not always lived up to the Gospel’s call. Four video presentations (called “scripts”) which provide historical, biblical, and theological discussions of the church and racism are now … Continue reading

The Reformation Continues! from Peter Bakken, Coordinator for Public Policy

The months leading up to this week’s celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation have provided a lot of food for thought about the meaning and impact of this epoch-making event. For me of the most important outcomes of … Continue reading

Repeal of the “Johnson Amendment”

Churches and other religious organizations have the freedom to discuss public issues and to speak for or against legislation, but not to endorse candidates or contribute to election campaigns. However, there has been a movement afoot to repealing the “Johnson … Continue reading