Gathering in Madison, WI for over 50 years.
All are welcome at the table.
Responding to the Word in Love.
Opportunities to grow together.
Who we are
The hope of resurrection is that none of this will determine worth, identity, or destiny. None of it will make a person lovable or less a gift worth cherishing, because the truest self will always be determined by God’s love and Jesus’ triumph over all the forces that might separate him (and us) from it. Resurrection is good news for all of us. It means all pain will one day cease, all brokenness will be made whole, every tear will be wiped away, every imperfection will be overcome. It means no matter what we’ve done, or what’s been done to us, our identities are irrevocably forged in God’s inexhaustible love for each of us and all of creation. This is good news for people of all ages, from every place and background. -Pastor Peter Morris
by participating in God's joy and forgiveness
Love Our Neighbors
through compassion, mercy, and social justice
Challenge and Care
for the least of these
All are welcome
to share in the journey
The Arbor Hills neighborhood will be having their annual Halloween Party at Arbor on Saturday, October 29, 2016, at 10:30 am- noon. You are encouraged to join in the fun! Arbor Hills Neighborhood Association is doing the programming and there will be games and treats and fun. Everyone at Arbor Covenant is invited to join[…]
North Park Chamber Choir this Saturday, October 22, 2016 at 4 pm We will be feeding the group dinner after the concert, before they depart for their next stop in Racine. This is a free event, but donations will be given to the Madison’s Good Neighbors Personal Essentials Pantry. This would also be a wonderful opportunity[…]
The pantry product for the month of October is toilet paper! Items can be dropped off at the church. Check in with GNPEP to see how else you can help. Thank you for supporting this important mission.
Arbor’s Annual Canoe Trip 2016 Once again we had an amazing canoe camping trip! This year 18 intrepid voyagers dipped their paddles in the clear and warm waters of the Wisconsin River. Next year we hope even more eager campers will join us for this overnight adventure.