Community Congregational Church follows in the warm tradition of historic Congregational churches. Our desire is to reflect the Love of God, cultivate spiritual growth and show real caring for one another, while sharing Christ with the community.
Amid the chaos of our age, when insecurity, fear and confusion have gripped the minds and hearts of people everywhere, it is important to have a place where you can withdraw from the regular routine of everyday life for quiet meditation and worship of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Community Congregational Church is a such a place, where one may feel a sense of belonging.
For over 150 years, the Lone Rock Community Congregational Church has been a symbol of the grace of God and a loving expression of people’s faith in Jesus Christ. The "church on the corner" has reminded thousands of people of the authority and power of their Creator. The church has reminded many of the reality and simplicity of God in the complexities of life. This building of wood and stone has stood for all who gaze upon its beauty to be assured that God is alive and has something vital to say to all people. Through the founding years of the 1800’s, through two world wars, the great depression, amidst economic and social upheaval, this church has been a radiant witness for Jesus Christ in the community.
Where is the church located?
Lone Rock Congregational Church is located in the village of Lone Rock, one block east of Highway 130, Richland County, in beautiful south-central Wisconsin.
Pastor and governance
The church is governed by a church board consisting of the pastor and elected church members to serve as representatives for each of the ministry groups.
2021-22 Church Board:
Clerk, 1-year term:
Auditing Committee, 3-year term:
The board meets monthly, or whenever necessary, to manage the business of the church in all capacities.