The evangelist Rev. Franklin Graham held a rally at the State Capitol in Madison, Wednesday, urging Christians to vote in the 2016 presidentia…
Hundreds gathered at Middleton's Fireman's Park for "Jesus Lunch" – some to facilitate the event, some to participate in it, and some to protest it.
The church-sponsored race encouraged participants to dress as their favorite Bible characters.
Madison Catholic Bishop Robert Morlino, an outspoken critic of gay marriage, said Friday that marriage can only ever be between one man and one woman.
The effort has found stability and is attracting 30-50 people to its monthly services.
Some find the Rev. John Zuhlsdorf's idea brilliant, others mean-spirited.
Appeals to "broad public good" not likely to change many minds, pollster tells citizen lobbyists.
With UpperHouse, Steve and Laurel Brown hope to foster thoughtful faith-based dialogue.
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has been a low-key presence in the city since 1969.
Diane Bresnan Fleming, a noted glass artist and longtime Madison public school art teacher, died Wednesday at Agrace HospiceCare in Fitchburg.…
In a rebuttal, one Hutterite member says the claims of those who left are riddled with "straight-faced lies, omissions and inaccurate information."
The annual celebration, called Naw-Ruz, is preceded by a 19-day fasting period from sunrise to sunset.
They aren't thin-skinned, they say, but they also aren't interested in the 'coarseness' of 'The Book of Mormon.'
There is jubilation over a reversal in trends, but also a realization that the bill has now come due.
Most Americans know little to nothing about Sikhism and sometimes confuse Sikhs with Muslims.
The Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber, a Lutheran minister with a national following, spoke to nearly 300 people Saturday at First Baptist Church.
The Lutheran pastor from Denver, who will be speaking in Madison, has become famous by not hiding her flaws and rocky past.
The Madison-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) said today it is giving $20,000 to the Parisian satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo "in…
St. Mark's Lutheran Church, which almost closed two years ago, functions as a critical community center for a neighborhood with many needs.
An online crowdfunding campaign succeeded in keeping a meditation center in its building.
The annual event remembers people who died without shelter in Dane County and elsewhere in the past year.