Welcome to E & R Church

Evangelical & Reformed United Church of Christ • 413 Wisconsin Ave, Waukesha WI 53186

Our Mission: to foster the spiritual growth of a community of devoted followers of Christ.

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We are grateful to have the opportunity to share the Word of God & His love with you. Join us for in-person worship Sundays at 9 am or online any day of the week at: Evangelical and Reformed Church | Facebook


No matter who you are, or where you are on life's journey, you're welcome here. You're invited to join us on a marvelous faith journey.


We pride ourselves on having a strong ministry with children & their families . . . working to build the kind of world where all are loved & blessed.

Find Us:

Email the church office for

specific directions to our church.

Contact Us:

E & R Church / Office

413 Wisconsin Ave, Waukesha WI 53186

262-547-2424


Office Hours:

Monday - Friday • 8 am - Noon


Main entrance is located on the

South side of the building


EandRoffice@gmail.com


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Today . . .

We have an average attendance of around 100 people join us each Sunday. In addition to both in person & online worship, the congregation offers a wide variety of programs to strengthen & grow the congregation & the community.


Yesterday . . .

Our Church first came into being in 1866 when a few, mostly farming, families of Swiss German heritage started out by gathering at Lawrence School. The congregation was known as the Erste Deutsche Reformirte Kirche (later, First German Reformed Church). The congregation then moved to the property where the new church now stands. A building was purchased from the Prairieville Academy, which later became Carroll College. This building was the first brick & stone building in Wisconsin. That Prairieville Academy building lasted until it became too small for the growing congregation & was replaced by a beautiful Gothic building in 1891. That building was destroyed by a tragic fire in 2005. We rebuilt on the same property & our current building was opened in September of 2008.