Wisconsin’s Southeastern Network of Seventh-day Adventists (WISEN) is home to three local congregations in Kenosha and Racine Counties that all share the mission to lift up Christ and Bible truth in our communities. Our ministry efforts are focused in three distinct areas—church, health, and media—in order to more fully meet the needs of our community.
While WISEN is a lot more than just weekly Sabbath morning services, your first questions are probably: “where are we located?” and “what times are our services?” You can find maps and directions to our various locations on the individual church pages, and below are the times of our services on Sabbath mornings.
Sabbath School @ 9:30am
Divine Service @ 11:00am
We hope to see you one of these days at one of our services, but until then, explore our website and get a feel for who we are and what we are about. If you have further questions that this website does not provide answers for, feel free to contact Pastor Zack Payne or one of the local leaders listed on the individual church pages.
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What We Believe
The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a Bible believing, Christ-centered body of believers who take seriously God's call to live a more abundant life. Bible truth, healthy living, and Jesus' soon coming all play into a unique lifestyle among believers.
Seventh-day Adventists have been making a worldwide splash since the late 19th Century. All across the globe, our organization has churches, schools, hospitals, disaster relief centers, community service centers, and publishing houses.
From the birth of the movement out of the Great Disappointment of 1844, to the modern-day global network of mission, proclamation, and education, the history of Seventh-day Adventism is worth brushing up on.