Sundays at Missio DeiMilwaukee
When should I arrive?
Our Sunday gathering begins at 9:00am, but we encourage you to arrive a few minutes early to enjoy a cup of coffee and meet some of our members! They’re eager to meet you!
What should I wear?
At Missio Dei, we’re a family with people from all walks of life. Please wear whatever is most comfortable for you.
Where should I go?
Our church gathers at the South Shore Cinema, 7261 South 13th Street, Oak Creek, WI 53154. You enter at the main entrance of the theater; right off of the parking lot. When you enter you will be greeted by someone who can answer all your questions. They’ll even show you to the coffee bar, nursery, children’s classrooms and worship center. Wheelchair access is available.
What are my childcare options?
Missio Dei Kids is a safe place for our kids to discover the glory of God. Classrooms have engaging activities, but also sober times of discovering the Triune God as He’s been revealed in His Word. We provide simple childcare for infants through toddlers, and age-directed teaching for children two years through Sixth Grade. Infant and toddler care is available from the start to the finish of the service. Two year olds through Sixth Graders are dismissed after the music portion of our worship gathering. If you have a child with special needs, please email Missio Dei and let us know how we can serve you!
What happens on Sunday?
We seriously and joyously come together to share in our new life through the gospel of Jesus Christ. You will find that we are passionate about turning our minds away from ourselves and toward God during every aspects of corporate worship.
As the Body of Christ, we’re commanded to be unified in the Spirit and truth, but also worship in spirit and truth. One way we do this is through corporate singing. In Colossians we’re commanded to sing to one another in songs, hymns, and spiritual songs, admonishing and teaching with all thankfulness. We take this seriously at Missio Dei. Our songs are a blend of contemporary, hymns, and originals, all of which are carefully chosen and written for their rich theology and lyrics. We understand that singing is important for discipling, encouraging, and at times, even rebuking. Singing is a vital part of the life and health of our flock.
We are Word-centered in our preaching. This means we approach the Bible with a view to submit ourselves to what it commands as we embrace what it reveals about God, man, and this age in which we live. Typically, we work through books of the Bible, verse-by-verse, taking the point of the passage as the point of the message. Our goal is to bring out the meaning of the text in such a way that each person is confronted with the glory of God and what He calls us to be in light of His person and work.
As a people gathered in the name of Jesus Christ, we remember Jesus’ great work on our behalf. Each week, we pause to remember what Jesus has accomplished for sinners through His body and blood. As we eat and drink, we reflect on the truth that Christ has pardoned our sin, adopted us as children, and unified us into one body. The Lord’s Supper is a sober, but joyful time to give Christ praise, glory, and thanks for this marvelous act of love.
We serve a God who is lavish in His generosity. So when we consider the spirit and motive of giving, we should pause and consider the model we find in our Triune God. The Father freely gave us His Son, freeing us from the enslavement of sin and death. The Son freely came and laid down His life, bringing us into the household of God. The Spirit freely poured out Himself upon us, sealing us until the day of our full redemption. Therefore, when we give, it should be motivated and modeled after what God has first done for us.
At Missio Dei we are convinced that Sundays are absolutely essential, but not fully sufficient to flourish as a Christian. Community Groups are an important way we do life together— seeking to know one another and also be known— as we all seek to know Jesus and make Him known. Our Community Groups are centered upon the sermon and we strive not merely to discuss what is learned, but also how it impacts and intersects with our lives. We hope you can get connected with one of our Community Groups on Sunday while you’re here. For more information, please email us.