In "The Gallery" at Copper Rock

210 W College Ave, Appleton, WI 54911

Refuge.
Restoration.
Repair.

A safe place to live God's Truth through your uniqueness.

Services held
Sunday nights at 6:00 PM

In "The Gallery" at Copper Rock

210 W College Ave, Appleton, WI 54911

Our Mission

Music of Life Church Appleton was birthed from a need. The church as a whole has failed people for far too long. Good people are leaving their churches everyday when they don't get the answers, purpose, community, and connection to God that they were promised. Some people pushed back for answers and received nothing but platitudes from their leaders to “Just have faith” and that “God is too big to understand”. Some people left feeling judged, embarrassed, and ashamed that they didn’t have what it took to "fake it until they made it.” All of them left exhausted.

Good people are leaving their churches everyday when they don't get the answers, purpose, community, and connection to God that they were promised.

We are a church full of people who have experienced the pain of being burned by those who were supposed to be experts at leading people to God. We are gathering to give people the same safe place to heal that we found with each other. We want to see people discover their uniqueness and live truth so that they can express the art that only they can make. We want to see people repair their connection with God by giving them space to talk to Him.

We want to see people discover their uniqueness and live the truth so that they can express the art that only they can make.

God has given MOLC-Appleton the mission to be a place of Refuge, Restoration, and Repair. Our mission is only successful when we give control to God The Father, His Son Jesus, and The Holy Spirit. If you are looking for a safe place, where you can get the help you need to become who God has made you to be, we look forward to seeing you Sunday nights at 6:00 PM in “The Gallery” at Copper Rock!

If you are looking for a safe place, where you can get the help you need to become who God has made you to be, we look forward to seeing you Sunday night.

Our Service

Fellowship Time

From 6:00 PM-6:30 pm we will have time to hang out, drink some coffee, and have a bite to eat. Feel free to come to Fellowship Time, meet us, and then leave before announcements begin. No strings attached.

Announcements and Message

After we hang out and fellowship, we get together to hear what’s happening in our community, and get a short practical message that will help get us ready for our upcoming week!

Prayer and Worship

This is when we will all shift our focus to God and invite Him to meet us. The music that we play is mostly instrumental which gives us space to process our thoughts and talk with God. Communion elements will be available if you desire to express your worship in that way. If you would like prayer or someone to talk to during that time, pastors will be available.

Statement of Faith

We Believe

The Word of God was inspired by God and is profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for instruction which is in righteousness and declares God's design and plan for mankind.

We Believe

There is only One True God, revealed in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (commonly known as the Trinity).

We Believe

In the Deity of the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus was fully-man and fully-God. Jesus provided the only way to a repaired fellowship with God the Father.

We Believe

Man willingly fell to sin, ushering evil and death, both physical and spiritual, into the world.

We Believe

Every person can have fellowship with God through salvation by Jesus Christ the Son of God. Salvation comes by grace through faith and not of works.

We Believe

The greatest command is that we are to love God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength. And a second like unto it is that we are to love our neighbor as ourselves.

We Believe

The Baptism in the Holy Spirit is a special experience following salvation that empowers believers for witnessing and effective service, just as it did in New Testament times.

We Believe and Practice

Two ordinances: 1) Water Baptism after repenting of one's sins and receiving Christ's gift of salvation, and as a symbolic remembrance of Christ's death, burial, and resurrection for our salvation and sanctification. 2) Holy Communion (the Lord's Supper) as a way to examine ourselves and allow God to examine us, and as a symbolic remembrance of Christ's death, burial, and resurrection for our salvation and sanctification.