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.
Eastside Lutheran's Preschool Program is now enrolling for the 2016-2017 school year! While there are dozens of compelling reasons, consider these four: Family, Fun, Foundation and Faith.
At Eastside, students are more than just students. They are part of our family. Our caring staff will be there during your child's struggles, and celebrate his/her successes. We also believe preschool should be fun!
Starting January 24th, the high school-aged teens will be studying Christian Citizenship in Church and State. Pastor Berg will lead this study in the Fireside Room on Sundays starting at 9:15am. All high school-aged teens are welcome to join us as we look to God's Word as our guide for how to carry out our roles as citizens of two kingdoms, the Church and State. We look forward to seeing you!
PS - If you didn't come the first week, that's OK!
Starting January 24th, we will be offering a Sunday Morning Bible Study for our 7-8 grade students, starting at 9:15am in Room 208. Mr. Matthew Hefti will be leading a topical study of Christians in a World of Many Cultures. This is a wonderful opportunity for our children to begin to learn how they can serve themselves and the congregation by growing in their faith so they, in turn, can use the gifts God has given them to serve others.
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!
"Irony" is not a word most people would ascribe to Jesus' passion. However, certain events in the Gospel accounts - Caiaphas' unintentional prophesy, the Jewish leaders' hypocrisy, and others - are actually quite ironic. This Lent, we will use the ironies of the passion to learn about the unique and lasting significance of Jesus' ministry, death, and resurretion. Come and join us for our midweek services start on Wednesday, February 10th.
There is a meal in between services in the fellowship hall.
Join us Sunday mornings at 9:15!
Come join us for food, fellowship and fun on Sunday, December 6th at 9:15am!
- Baked Goods
- Cookie Walk
- Bucky Books
- Pancake Breakfast
- Christmas Decor
- Bouncy House
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.