12 Reviews
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Alex Dye
· February 28, 2018
Wonderful people and sound theology. As a college student I can attest that it is a great group of people to learn from and grow with. I gladly rate this church at 5 stars.
Steve Jacobs
· June 23, 2017
I first came to Red Village Church in February 2011 at the recommendation of a pastor friend in the Appleton area, John Wells. I wrote a Christmas letter in 2011 and here is what I wrote about my expe...rience at Red Village Church.

I am part of a church in Madison called "Red Village Church" led by a very humble and loving Christian man named Aaron Jozwiak. Aaron's church celebrated its one year anniversary in December of this year. Aaron's church is filled with many young college age students as well as a few "older" people like me. The first time I went to Aaron's church, earlier this year, a young man named Tim came up to me after service and said that "it was sure nice to have an 'older' person there to share some of my wisdom." The strange thing is that many of the young people in Aaron‟s church have way more wisdom than I ever had. At their age I was trying to find my "wisdom" in the bottom of a beer can. It took me 45+ years but I have finally discovered the Source of their wisdom. I am on the heels of those young "whippersnappers" spiritually but I am catching up fast.
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Brenda Woods Phillips
· April 21, 2017
We have found this church to be very welcoming. The pastor is encouraging. The Sunday school is challenging my children in their walk with God.
Mark Millman
· April 16, 2017
Here on Easter with a church that keeps sending missionaries around the world.
Kevin Phillips
· April 13, 2017
A great place to grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ.
Brandon Ryan
· March 9, 2017
Love this church! So welcoming, Gospel-centered, and true to the Word!
Abby McHenry
· March 10, 2017
Such a welcoming environment & amazing people. Very true to the Bible & its teachings.
Blair Waddell
· May 9, 2014
Great page but needs more cow bell.
Robert Smith
· May 6, 2013
What a great page! I really LIKE it!

“Down, then, ye dismal forebodings and groundless apprehensions, God has not forgotten to be gracious, nor shut up his tender mercies; it may be night in the soul, but there need be no terror, for the God of love changes not.” From Spurgeon’s Morning & Evening, 4/22.

Blessed by these children and the life and fun they bring to our church󾔗󾆩🏻
Day 3 of camp off and running!