Your Generosity is Changing Lives at Chapel
With the support of members, alumni, parents and friends, Wisconsin Lutheran Chapel has changed lives for over 50 years, serving students as a spiritual “home away from home”. The Chapel’s warm, welcoming sanctuary, community, and the good news of Jesus Christ have helped students build up their faith, come back to it, or come to faith in Jesus.
We believe it is our duty to steward the blessings and resources we are given, and students are the heart of our mission.
Consider Your Giving Opportunities
This powerful ministry is supported by financial gifts that impact and sustain a wide range of activities for college students in Madison. Thank you for considering a gift to change lives at Wisconsin Lutheran Chapel!
“I thank my God every time I remember you…because of your partnership in the gospel” —Philippians 1:3-5
Campus Ministry and Mission
Each year many new students seek out our ministry. They come from different faiths, no faith and everything in between. Chapel becomes the sanctuary they are seeking. Your gift will allow our mission of sharing Christ’s love with students on campus to be available every day.
Cornerstone Building Fund
In 2006 our current home was complete. This building expanded the physical footprint of our former 1966 structure and also expanded our service to students, allowing us to reach more of them in a space that can grow with us for years to come. This expansion was an investment of $8M. Just as we continue to serve students in the building, we continue to pay the remaining financial investment of $1M. Your gift will allow us to repay this loan ahead of schedule.
Chapel members and guest dedicate their spiritual service to students at Chapel, and often share their gifts through offerings on Sundays. You may also consider sharing this offering through an online gift.
Questions About Changing Lives at Chapel?
Gifts of all sizes support the unique ministries at Chapel. Many choose to make gifts to support specific experiences or fulfill the current critical needs of the ministry, while others prefer to remember Chapel in their wills. To explore ideas you have for changing lives at Chapel, please set up a conversation with Carol Trapp.