Eastside Lutheran Church exists to share the Word of God with the Madison community and beyond. With faithful, understandable, and practical teaching, we strive to grow in our faith and share our faith so that more and more people will know the peace and joy that Jesus gives.
We welcome all people to join us at 8:00am and 10:30am on Sundays and 6:30pm on Mondays.
Orange leaves, a harvest moon and shorter days mark the season for that time honored tradition of donning a costume, grabbing a pillow case and....walking around the church and school parking lot! Yes, it's time for Trunk or Treat; the most sterile, abstract, safe night of your kids' life. This year our school would like to host a trunk or treat event. Trunk or treat is an event similar to trick or treat and will be held on Friday, October 23rd from 6pm to 730pm.
Power Hour isn't preschool, and it isn't childcare, it's something different. Power Hour is a fun and easy way for you to enjoy activities with your children and meet other parents and caregivers. There will be age appropriate activities for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. And the best part is, we do all the planning. You just sign up!
Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 4th when we will celebrate the 90th anniversary of our congregation. There will be a special service at 10am with the theme "Jesus Christ is the Same Yesterday, Today and Forever." Our guest speaker will be former pastor, Pastor Kenenth Gast. A fellowship meal will follow. By God's grace Eastside has been blessed for 90 years with the preaching of the Gospel of jesus Christ!
At Eastside Lutheran Church & School, we're excited for the fall season, and want to celebrate with you! Join us Sunday, September 13th at noon until 3pm for a FREE Fall Festival event! Invite your friends, neighbors, co-workers, enemies, that guy down the street, anyone for a day of worship, food, and entertainment!
Our Labor Day Monday Night service (September 7th) will be held at 6:30pm on Tuesday, September 8th!
In about one month, Madison will again be swarming with college students! Our friends at Wisconsin Lutheran Chapel and Student Center find that home-made cookies are one of the best ways to welcome new and returning students. The Chapel appreciates the cookie contributions we have made in previous year. Please help them out again by baking 2-3 dozen cookies to hand out to new students at the beginning of the school year. Disposable containers or zip lock bags work best. Please avoid cookies with nuts or nut products.