Planting Tomorrow’s Churches in Wisconsin

Mission

The Gospel’s continual and future reach in Wisconsin

“On Wisconsin” is a church planting network led and funded by Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) congregations in Wisconsin.

As of 2012 there were only 6 PCA churches in Wisconsin and no new churches since 1995. Since 2012, 5 churches have taken root, 5 new works have started and 2 RUF chapters have begun. There are a dozen men in the On Wisconsin Cohort, the first NXTGEN Pastors group formed, who are learning and serving locally. Several of these men are moving toward church planting while others will serve in existing churches.

Our goal is to plant 16 more churches in Wisconsin in 10 years. Wisconsin is well on its way to this goal, but we need your help. Please consider how you might join this movement. We are looking for others to join us as church planters, apprentices, students as well as supporting partners in this vital work.

Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.

–Ephesians 3:20-21

Funding

Wisconsin Churches Commitment to Church Planting

Wisconsin Presbytery Commitment

  • Wisconsin churches have already given over $200,000 to church planting in Wisconsin since 2013.
  • 100% of our Wisconsin churches are engaging in the “On Wisconsin” program through giving and/or training interns.
  • Wisconsin Churches are giving $100,000+ per year with an annual 10% increase.
  • It is our goal that by 2022 the “On Wisconsin Network” will be fully funded by the Wisconsin Presbytery.

    How You Can Help

    • We need outside partners to help fund the “On Wisconsin” network to maximize a $100,000 grant opportunity.
    • To fully fund the “On Wisconsin” network, we need 15% from outside sources.

    Map Directory

    Churches

    PCA Ministers Within Bounds

    PCA Ministers Out of Bounds

    Licentiates & Candidates

    Chris Vogel

    On Wisconsin Network Director