You're Welcome Here
Worship Service is held at 10:30AM on Sunday.
Bible Class is held at 9:30AM on Sunday.
Continuing Our Mission and Ministry
Our church still has ongoing ministry to conduct. We assume you will want to continue giving your offerings to the Lord. You may drop your offerings off at the school office, or send it in the mail (3012 N Holton Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212).
Online giving is available from our website or click this link: https://members.myeoffering.com/#/landing.
OUR MISSION - Our mission here at St. Philip’s Lutheran is outlined for us in Matthew 28:19: ‘Go and make disciples of all nations, teaching them and baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.’ Making disciples includes proclaiming God’s Word in its truth and purity, strengthening the faith of those under our care, and reaching out to the people of our community, (including our unchurched friends and relatives). Let us pray for and work together toward this goal.
OUR SYNOD - St. Philip’s Lutheran is a member of the Wisconsin Lutheran Synod. As a member of the WELS, we support with our time, talents, offerings and prayers the mission of our Synod.
As men, women, and children united in faith and worship by the Word of God, the Wisconsin Ev. Lutheran Synod exists to make disciples throughout the world for time and for eternity, using the Gospel in Word and Sacrament to win the lost for Christ and to nurture believers for lives of Christian service, all to the glory of God.
For more information about the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, please visit the WELS web site: www.wels.net
OUR BELIEFS -We believe and confess that the Bible is the inspired Word of God and the only source of all Christian doctrine and teaching. We believe that the only true God is the Triune God, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe that we are saved not by anything we have done, but through faith in Jesus Christ alone, who gave His life for our sins. We believe that faith is a gift from God, which the Holy Spirit creates, sustains and strengthens through the Gospel in Word and Sacrament.