Mission: how we plan to reach our vision...
Resurrection Presbyterian Church is a new church plant in urban and university Madison that is centered on the gospel of Jesus, and committed to a common worship, a common life, and the common good.
A new Church plant
We believe with many others that church planting is the most strategic way to engage new peoples with the gospel of Jesus. Read more here from Tim Keller, a PCA pastor in New York City.
In urban and university madison
We desire to be in the city, for the city, seeking the good of the city of Madison and the University of Wisconsin.
Centered on the gospel of jesus
The story of the Bible is the story of Jesus and it is fundamentally good news about the renewal of all things through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
common worship, common life, common Good
As the church struggles to find its identity in our time, we believe that the way forward is the way backward: to a beautiful, historic, authentic, orthodox expression of the Christian faith. Therefore, we seek a common worship rooted in historic forms where the rhythms of confession and creed, praise and prayer, word and sacrament work the gospel deeply into our lives. We seek a common life that is compelled by love for neighbor as we devote ourselves to the apostles' teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers (Acts 2:42). And we seek the common good, using our unique gifts and vocations in the arts and sciences, media and marketplace to bless Madison and the world, that all may flourish.