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Our congregation takes responsibility for litter control on approximately a two mile segment of state highway 78.
Project Promise Baby Care Kits are distributed as part of emergency relief efforts but they are also given to encourage expectant women to seek prenatal care. Help welcome the littlest ones into a caring international community and swaddle them with love!
The Pastor will visit those not able to attend worship, in order to serve them the Lord’s Supper in the home, hospital or other place.
All proceeds from the Bicycle Breakfast are donated to Dream Bikes.
Heights Unlimited Community Service Center, located in Black Earth
Christians in Action - Community Food Pantry in Mazomanie
We offer comfort, support and fellowship by setting up a luncheon for those attending funerals at Vermont Lutheran Church. The food is provided for the family and friends in the fellowship hall and/or gathering place. We are always ready to welcome anyone who would be able to help in any number of ways.
Join our congregation as we spend a day working to make our community a better place.
We provide Madison Area Veterans exiting homelessness an initial set of Move-In-Essentials.
We provide proceeds to help pay the other costs (not the food) for maintaining The Community Meal
From children to seniors, people pack shoebox gifts each year to bless children in need around the world. The Sunday School program often does this project on God's Work, Our Hands day. Year-round volunteers support these efforts across the country.
Project Promise Personal Care Kits are shared with people who have lost everything from a natural disaster or life-threatening violence. Give hope through a bar of soap.
Through a simple combination of fabric and thread, you can reach out to people in their time of greatest need with a strong message of hope — you are not alone.
Imagine having to choose between a meal or purchasing a notebook. Project Promise School Kits are sent to places where even the few required school supplies may be more than a family can afford. Pencils and paper can help write a positive future.
Black Earth Elementary school recently received a donation of school supplies from Vermont Lutheran Church. Each year, our members collect school supplies for Lutheran World Relief that get sent all around the world. This year, we also collected supplies to stay in our local community. Pictured is Scott Moore, school principal, Kris Antonie and students.
A camp where all generations encounter Christ through God’s people and creation. We help support the camp and the confirmation students from our congregation that attend the camp.