Community Outreach

An important part of Christian life is helping others both locally and abroad. Below are the programs and ministries that we support as a church.

SPECIAL OFFERNINGS

Our Easter Special Offering supports two programs with critical funds they can use to directly help people in their communities that are the most vulnerable.

The Education Sunday Special Offering supports active students through both the FCC Seminary Fund and our College Scholarship Fund.

Tosa Community Food Pantry


Tosa Community Food Pantry collects, warehouses, and distributes food to low-income families in the Wauwatosa area on an emergency need basis. Our monetary donations allow volunteers to buy non-perishable items to add to the food stocked on the shelves. Our financial support is greatly appreciated.

The Congregational Churches of Myanmar


The Congregational Churches of Myanmar are supported through the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches’ Missionary Society. Education and care helps to provide for the youth and also through this outreach shares the the gospel with the children and their parents. Please prayerfully consider giving generously to support these good works.

Congregational Home, Inc.

Founded in 1974 by the First Congregational Church of Wauwatosa, this facility provides independent living, assisted living and nursing care. The board of directors is composed primarily of members of this church. We contribute financial support to the home as well as provide many volunteers to help make the facility the truly special place that it is. Chaplain Tesha Urban provides a once-a-month Lunch at the Congregational Home invited a limited numbers of members to join residents for fellowship and delicious meals. For information on volunteering, contact Cindy Conkey, 262-781-0550. To visit the home, contact Nancy Tice , Director of Admissions and Marketing, 262-781-0550.

Check out their website at http://www.congregationalhome.org

Tosa Community Food Bank

The Tosa Food Bank serves clients living in ZIP codes 53213, 53222, 53225, 53226, or any church member attending a Wauwatosa church may use it. The pantry gives food to about 70-80 families each month who receive several bags of food depending on the family size. Our church supports the pantry with food donations and financial gifts.

St. Vincent Meal Program

The St. Vincent Meal Program provides dinners for the needy in this south side neighborhood. Our church volunteers are responsible for buying, preparing, transporting and serving the meal the first Friday of every month. Check out their website at http://www.svdpmilw.org

Associations and Church Member Programs

Contributing members in several organizations as well as active participation by our members

Associations we support and have active membership:

We send representatives to national conferences and local association meetings and members take advantage of seminars and camps put on by the organizations below .

The National Association of Congregational Christian Churches
– Fair Share Plus member status
– NACCC Missions Fund contributor
The Wisconsin Congregational Association
– local chapter provides support and hosts youth activities

FCC Scholarship Fund

The Scholarship Fund assists ministerial students and qualified college students who are members of our church. Scholarships and grants are made primarily to students studying for a church vocation. FCC also provides three yearly scholarships to qualified newly graduated high-school students pursuing a college degree.

Foreign Missions

Mission Mazahua, Mexico


Mission Mazahua, near Mexico City, addresses the needs of the whole person – social, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. The church supports the mission financially and has in the past, made trips to the mission to build projects. Check out their website at http://www.mazahuamission.com

Civil Cristiana Congregational Mission, Argentina


This mission in Jardin America, Argentina, seeks to preach the Gospel, share the love and compassion of Christ through spiritual nurture and material assistance, and help families become self sufficient and gain self respect.

Special Offerings

Milwaukee Rescue Mission

A program for families who are working on spiritual development and job opportunities in Milwaukee, WI. In Milwaukee, when men or women with children need a safe place to go, help to rebuild their lives, a hot meal or a long-term solution, they come to the Milwaukee Rescue Mission. The Mission provides Christian care and support to people who are truly in need. Check out their website at http://www.milmission.org