Redeemer United Church of Christ W220n4915 Town Line Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Though Redeemer Church was founded in 1968, it traces its lineage back to 1871 in earlier rural churches, including one…More called Pumpkin Hollow Church, that merged to form today's congregation. The church is located in the southwestern corner of Menomonee Falls. Sunday worship is held at 10:30am.
Legacy Christian Church N90w16890 Roosevelt Dr, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Legacy Christian Church is a nondenominational Christian church. It meets each Sunday morning at 9:00 or 10:30. The…More church's mission is to help people find and follow God.
Calvary Baptist Church and School N84w16971 Menomonee Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Calvary Baptist Church and School is seeking to sell its church property and move its ministries to larger and more…More modern quarters on its K-12 school campus on Menomonee Avenue. Both the church and school will be expanded considerably, with a new sanctuary, more classrooms and enhanced recreation facilities.
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church W180n7863 Town Hall Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Gloria Dei brings the world into its church, and its church into the world with unusual features such as extensive…More gardens on the grounds, with not only ornamental beds but also vegetables and wildflowers. The church also operates a kiosk inside that sells coffee products to support the growers of the Mt. Meru region in Tanzania. It also has an extensive and uniquely designed library that is like stepping inside a classic sailing ship. Gloria Dei is an Evangelical Lutheran Church America congregation.
Holy Cross is a large and growing church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, the largest of the several…More Lutheran synods. Holy Cross prides itself on being a multicultural and multigenerational congregation that draws members n0t only from Menomonee Falls but also Germantown, Richfield, Hubertus, Colgate, Lisbon, Sussex, Brookfield, Elm Grove, Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, Butler and Brown Deer.
The church shows its commitment to diversity, inclusiveness and outreach by partnering with two Milwaukee inner city churches, the Florist Avenue and Hephatha Lutheran congregations, and Meru Diocese in Tanzania. The church preschool offers early childhood education in two or three-day a week sessions.
St. Pauls United Church of Christ N89w16856 Appleton Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 The steeple of St. Pauls United Church of Christ has been a landmark of the village center of Menomonee Falls since…More 1880. In fact, it is the only church within the bounds of the Village Historic District. The original building has been added to with great care to preserve its historic appeal. While the greater United Church of Christ was formed only in 1957, among the several denominations that merged to form it were the Pilgrims and Puritans.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church and School N84w15252 Menomonee Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Bethlehem Lutheran is a church of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. It operates a school catering to children…More between the ages of three years and eight grade and also has a second campus in nearby Germantown. Bethlehem has expanded rapidly from its beginnings with a few families meeting in an American Legion Hall to become one of Menomonee Falls' larger churches.
Zion Lutheran Church & School N48w18700 Lisbon Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 In the far southwestern part of Menomonee Falls, this facility features a church, a pre-school, a school for…More kindergarten through 8th grade students and a daycare center for children 6 weeks to 12 years old. Zion is affiliated with the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, one of several branches of Lutheranism that follow different doctrines.
Good Shepherd Catholic Church N88w17658 Christman Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 This Roman Catholic church is in the northwest part of Menomonee Falls and operates five ministries considered essential…More to parish life: administrative, Christian formation, human concerns, pastoral care, and prayer and worship. The church also takes a very active role in social justice issues, ranging from helping to feed low-income families here to stopping violence in the Congo.
River of Life Church of God-Parsonage W156n7616 Pilgrim Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 The Church of God is among the most doctrinal of sect and the River of Life congregation is no exception. Dogma involves…More a strict interpretation of the Bible as the inspired and written word of God, and that "all have sinned and come short of the glory of God and that repentance is commanded of God for all and necessary for forgiveness of sins." The small church is built onto the home of the pastoral family.
St. John's Anglican Catholic Church N89w16211 Main St, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Nearly in the shadows of the huge St. Mary Church of the Roman Catholic faith stands tiny St. John's Anglican Catholic…More Church, of the denominations famously split from Rome by an act of King Henry VIII to form the Church of England. St. John's proudly celebrates "The Faith that produced the King James Bible, the classical Book of Common Prayer and much of Western Christendom's best music; the Faith of Charles Dickens, Florence Nightingale, C.S. Lewis and T.S. Eliot lives on at St. John's."
St. Anthony's Catholic Church N74w13604 Appleton Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 St. Anthony's Catholic Church stands on a ridge overlooking the busy town. Its soaring steeple is one of the most…More imposing and impressive landmarks in the area. The church operates a parish school serving K4 through 8th grade children.
St. Francis Episcopal Church N84w16525 Menomonee Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Located in the south part of the village center area, St. Francis is the only church of the Episcopal faith serving…More Menomonee Falls. Episcopal churches are found mainly in the Americas but are part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. As of December 2010, the St. Francis website is under construction. For information on service times and offered programs, be sure to call the telephone number provided.
The Baptist College of Ministry was established during the summer of 1998 by Dr. Wayne Van Gelderen, Sr. and his…More son, the Rev. Wayne Van Gelderen, Jr. Both men saw a fundamental need for a college that would train leaders for the church through the local church, and the school was founded as a ministry of Falls Baptist Church. Although many of the students and faculty are members of Falls Baptist, the college attracts students who want to be leaders in the church from around the world.
Since 2001, graduate and seminary programs have been offered at the school in addition to undergraduate programs. The college is based on the philosophy that every believer is equipped with gifts to do the work of the ministry. The college trains men and women to become godly leaders in their homes and churches.
The college resides on a 20-acre campus shared by Falls Baptist Church. Students under the age of 24 are required to live in dormitories which are either on-site or within a short drive from campus.
St. James Congregation W220n6588 Town Line Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 St. James Parish, on the far western border of Menomonee Falls , is two churches in one. It includes a large modern…More facility to serve a growing community, and the picturesque original built in 1848, which is among the oldest permanent structures in southeast Wisconsin. The church was founded by Irish families who settled nearby to work in the famed Lannonstone quarries.
Falls Baptist Church & Academy N69w12703 Appleton Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 Falls Baptist is more than a congregation of faith; it also operates a K-12 academy school and the Baptist College of…More Ministry and Theological Seminary at its church in the southeast part of the village. The school offers a full academic course in the basic subjects as well as religious and musical training. The college prepares adults for the ministry.
Falls Bible Church W156n6531 Pilgrim Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI53051 The small congregation is not part of any of the larger established Christian denominations, but is affiliated with…More teachings of the Berean Bible Society. To that end, the church takes the Bible as its sole text and guide, believing it to be the true word of God, and therefore, superior to any religious doctrine or thought established by people.