Jon Vallier, Assoc. Pastor of Adult Ministries

Video Devotional for March 30 with Pastor Jon Vallier, our Assoc. Pastor of Adult Ministries. Pastor Jon continues to help us study the scriptures (see March 23 for his first one on this topic). Today’s devotional focuses on one of the questions we should be asking ourselves when reading a passage. Watch the video to learn more!

Keith Luecht, Director of Worship Arts

Join Keith, our Director of Worship Arts for today’s devotional. What are you longing for? Peace? Rest for your soul? Watch to find out what Jesus is calling us to.

Here is the link which Keith referred to in his devotional: “Run to the Father”

Brian Dainsberg, Lead Pastor

Brian Dainsberg, our Lead Pastor, has three action items for each of us to implement to help us avoid our natural tendency towards self-absorption and fear during times of crisis.

Click HERE to watch his vlog.

One element of Pastor Brian’s three-part challenge includes giving. We have three ways to give: through our website, through our app and mail. Questions? Just send us an email or call our office. Our email, phone number and address are all at the bottom of this page.



1. What Is Worship?
2. Why Do We Worship?



1. What is the point of being a Christian on mission?
2. In what ways could you partner with what God is doing around the world?



4 Reasons the Resurrection Matters:
1. The Resurrection Confirms Jesus’ Claims
2. The Resurrection Illuminates the Most Important Aspect of a Church
3. The Resurrection Means Our Deepest Problem Has Been Addressed
4. The Resurrection Foreshadows Restoration Is on the Other Side of Brokenness

Redeemed – Part 3

Redeemed – Part 3

Four Aspects to Wilderness Life:
1. How We Get There
2. What It’s like
3. The Reason for It
4. How to Thrive There

Worship Arts

Worship Arts

Worship Arts

The Worship Arts Ministry at Alliance Bible Church aspires to create environments that facilitate gospel-centered, heart level worship. Jesus calls us to worship God in both spirit and truth (John 4). We therefore long to see Christ followers display the freedom and joy they have found in their Savior through the adoration of Jesus with all of their heart, soul, mind, and strength in our gatherings.

We invite you to join us as we come together to worship our awesome God!

Interested in Serving?

Creating something special usually takes a team effort and the Worship Arts Ministry at Alliance is no different. We utilize various musicians, singers, sound techs, graphics and lighting techs on an ongoing basis. We also have various periodic roles such as stage design, carpentry, artwork, and drama. Even something as simple as making a meal can serve our ministry. If you would like to serve in the Worship Arts Ministry, we would love to have you. Training can be provided for willing hearts. If you are interested, please contact us.

Care & Support

Care & Support

Care and Support

The purpose of the Care and Support Ministry is to facilitate the vision of Alliance Bible Church by being living examples of the gospel as we serve those in need.

At Alliance, our Care and Support Ministry’s primary focus is to provide care and support to those who are outside of a Life Group or have an emergency that’s larger than a Life Group’s capability. We believe that the vast majority of people’s needs should simply be met in Life Group community. This Culture of Care has defined how we go about tending to people’s needs and where we focus our attention.

As we go about caring for those in our church community we focus on:
• Remember those who need care and can no longer be physically part of our community.
• Pray for and communicate prayer needs within our community.
• Provide quality, gospel centered support groups to those in need.
• Show excellent hospitality to those in need.
If you’re a part of our church community and have a care need please select from the options below to contact us




… But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.

Acts 1:8

Part of living out the gospel is desiring to share our faith with others. As we grow in relationship with Christ, we desire to know him more and want to follow Jesus’ command to share the Good News of salvation to our neighbors and throughout the world.

Our Alliance family sends more than 700 U.S. workers to over 70 countries. These workers care for the sick, befriend the lonely, and introduce spiritually impoverished people to the One who saves and transforms lives.

Alliance Bible Church also has partnerships with international workers in 3 counties: Bosnia-Herzegovina, France, and Mali. If you’re interested in learning more about missions or are interested in getting involved, click the button below.




If you have a longing in your heart to get involved and make a lasting spiritual impact in the lives of others, then we want to invite you to consider serving.

When it comes to serving at Alliance, you’ll often hear us talking about it being a privilege, a sacrifice, and a joy. We believe that it’s a privilege, not a right, to join in advancing God’s kingdom in southeast Wisconsin. No one deserves to do this work. Instead, we believe that it is by God’s grace and invitation that we GET to serve him. This kind of humility is key to effectively working together.

We also believe that our involvement is to be sacrificial. We know that each of us only has a limited amount of time, talent, and resources, but we also know that God gave us his best, not his leftovers. Likewise, we want to give God our best.

Finally, we want to serve with joy. Since serving is a privilege, we want to be willing to do whatever is needed and serve cheerfully. When possible, we want people to have the opportunity to serve where they are best suited and most gifted and if they aren’t sure where that is, we try to help them pursue understanding how God has shaped them to serve.

Life Groups

Life Groups

Life Groups

Never has our world been more connected yet felt more alone. At Alliance Bible Church, we are seeking to change that through Life Groups. In these small, gospel-centered communities, people of any racial, relational, and socio-economic background are invited to gather together and “do life” with each other. We desire for these groups to be open, fun, prayerful, caring, biblical and to multiply in ways that unleash followers of Jesus around the world. Our groups are flexibly scheduled, seasonally launched, and incredibly life-giving.

Join us for one of our next Connect Sundays, January 19 and 26, when you’ll have an opportunity to join a Life Group.

Want to get a head start on finding a group? Fill out our advanced matching form to help our leaders, whenever possible, get you aligned with a group even faster or check our events page to see our next Connect Sundays.



A wise man once said that, “The Glory of God is man fully alive.” If you crave a life of freedom and satisfaction, you don’t want to miss out on our men’s events and communities. We believe that when men live authentic lives grounded in Jesus Christ, they experience true freedom and satisfaction in their work, relationships, and other pursuits. Our groups are designed to promote discussion, receive instruction, and take action for the kingdom of God. If that piques your interest, then step out and register for one of our next gatherings.


Throughout the year, we offer key events that bring guys together to connect and have fun. Check out our Events page to find out what’s coming up for men.

33 Communities

33 The Series is a study designed just for men. Offering simple, biblical solutions to the everyday issues men face, 33 The Series inspires and equips men to pursue authentic lives like Jesus modeled in his 33 years on the earth.


Following is a sampling of the speakers we’ve had at recent men’s events. These include breakout sessions during the Men’s No Regrets Conference and one of our Men’s Breakfasts.

Redeemed – Part 1

Redeemed – Part 1

1. The Setting for a Spiritual Awakening
2. The Substance of a Spiritual Awakening
3. The Summons Included in a Spiritual Awakening




Welcome to a life giving community where you can belong and be challenged to grow in your walk with Christ and others. Our Women’s Ministry is committed to helping you thrive. We believe that happens best as you are able to connect with other women who are pursuing rich, deep, gospel-centered lives. Through a wide variety of ministry opportunities and events, our intergenerational community of women offers hope and help to every woman who attends, whether you’re just starting on your journey of faith or are well on your way. We’ve saved you a seat, and we look forward to connecting with you soon.


Throughout the year, we offer a variety of fun and engaging events for women to attend and connect with each other. See our events page for upcoming gatherings.

Mom to Mom

We are a mid-sized community of moms with kids of all ages which gathers year-round. We offer a safe place to share, receive support and encouragement, and grow under the instruction and mentorship of “further along” moms.  To learn more about our current study and RSVP:

Get Involved

Interested in finding out more about Women’s Ministries or helping with events or studies? Please fill out the Form (button below) and we’ll get in touch with you!

Women in the Word

Do you desire to dive deep into the study of God’s Word with other, like-minded women? Then, join us for Women in the Word, which is held on Tuesday mornings (nursery care is provided) and Wednesday evenings (perfect for working women or those with children in Awana), or Tuesday afternoons during the school year. Through both large group sessions and small group breakouts, you will be challenged to grow in your faith while building Christ-centered community and friendships.  A book study is offered during the summer.

Adult Education Classes

Adult Education Classes

Adult Education Classes

Our Adult Education Classes (aka Adult Bible Fellowship) help us learn how to live out the gospel in our daily lives. Topics for these classes range from: growing in our faith and equipping us for service to building strong marriages and families.

Check back for upcoming classes this winter.

The Student Union

The Student Union

The Student Union

The Student Union

Who We Are


The Student Union (TSU) exists to offer students a safe and authentic environment to gather, learn, and mature.

We are a community center located in downtown Cedarburg, Wisconsin for middle and high school students of Ozaukee County to:

Breathe – escape the increasing pressures of today’s society

Belong –  connect with a like-minded tribe of encouragers, truth-seekers, and life changers

Become – discover who they were created to be and embrace their purpose in life

The Student Union

What We Do

  • Foster genuine relationship building in a relaxed, positive environment.
  • Provide a venue for students to explore various areas of talent and interest through events such as: art gallery nights, concerts, speakers, and workshops.
  • Offer enrichment opportunities through educational support, the arts, and local and global outreach.

For more information, please go to TSU’s website:

Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Jesus’ call to the church to be his hands and feet to a broken world has placed a burning desire in the heart of our church to be intentional about making a tangible difference in our community. Our hope in this endeavor is to disciple the men, women, students, and children that God has placed in our church community to live justly in each of our cities. We believe that God has a heart for justice and pays close attention to how we treat the broken people around us. Scripture is clear that the grace we receive demands our action on behalf of those in need. As Tim Keller writes,

If a person has grasped the meaning of God's grace in his heart, he will do justice. If he doesn't live justly, then he may say with his lips that he is grateful for God's grace, but in his heart he is far from him. If he doesn't care about the poor, it reveals that at best he doesn't understand the grace he has experienced, and at worst he has not really encountered the saving mercy of God. Grace should make you just.

We have narrowed our focus in our community engagement to allow us to go “a mile deep” with each organization we support, rather than a “mile wide” across the region. We have selected to work with Family Sharing Center of Ozaukee County and CareNet of Southeast Wisconsin. To learn more or to get involved, please contact us.




Our mission is to inspire middle school and high school students to become fully devoted followers of Christ. Through weekly programs, trips, and initiatives, including The Student Union, we want students to come to know Christ, be a vibrant part of the church, and be trained and mobilized for ministry in each of their spheres of influence.

Events for Senior High School Students this Fall



For students in 9th through 12th grade there is Sr. High Oasis,

a time of worship, teaching, discussion time, snacks and more!

Meet at Hildebrand’s home: 10123 N. Lake Shore Drive in Mequon.

Note: (9th graders can choose to attend either groups for Junior High or Senior High)



For students in 9th through 12th grade there is Forward led by the Fortneys.

Come for a time of deep conversation and fellowship as we pursue discipleship.

Students will meet in the Student Ministries Center.

Note: (9th graders can choose to attend either groups for Junior High or Senior High).

Events for Junior High School Students


Young Teen Night

Welcome all 6th to 9th grade students (9th graders can choose to attend either groups for Junior High or Senior High).

Come have fun, bring your  friends, play games, and build your faith.


Middle School Girls’ Discipleship Group

All middle school girls are invited to join us at The Student Union (TSU) for a time of going deeper in your faith journey and connecting with each other.

Events for all Students 6th through 12th grade

Sunday Mornings

Both middle school and high school students are part of our Worship Services

(9 AM & 10:45 AM)  for practical teachings they can apply to their everyday lives.

The  Jr. and Sr. High students also have the option to meet

at 9 AM or 10:45AM in the Student Ministries Center

for teaching/discussion time.

It is a great way to connect with others and study the Bible.

College Scholarships

Alliance Bible Church has a Scholarship Fund which has been established to encourage students of this church to further their educations at degree granting Christian institutes of higher learning. If you’re interested in finding out more information or would like to fill out an application, please click the button below.

The Student Union

The Student Union (TSU) is our space for students to hang out in downtown Cedarburg, located next to the Cedarburg Cultural Center. With regular youth-friendly events (i.e. art gallery nights, open mic nights, etc.), a coffee shop, and lots of tables to study, talk, or play games, TSU is the place to be. It is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 2-8pm and Fridays 2-6pm.

You can check it out at

(For those families who also have younger children attending AWANA on Wednesday nights, TSU is a great place for your middle or high school students to hang out while the rest of the family attends evening activities at Alliance.)



Kingdom Kidz

Kingdom Kidz serves infants – 5th graders. We believe that when kids truly experience the gospel, their hearts are transformed. We emphasize safety, gospel-centered teaching, and lots of fun to ensure that your child’s time in Kingdom Kidz is enjoyable and meaningful.

Let us know your children are coming by registering in advance:

Sunday Mornings: Early Childhood (Birth to Three Year Olds)

Nursery care is available for newborns up to children 23 months old. We have two nurseries: infants/crawlers and walkers. Our 2 – 3 year olds are in their own area and will be following the Gospel Project curriculum for their age group.

In order to provide a safe and fun environment for your children, we have staffed our nurseries with loving and caring individuals who have gone through a detailed screening process.

Sunday Mornings: Elementary  Classes (4 Year Olds – 5th Grade)

For children ages 4 years through fifth grade, we offer age-appropriate, Christ-centered lessons, using the Gospel Project curriculum. Through active worship, small group time, and fun activities each week, we teach kids to see the Bible as God’s unified story of redemption, helping them to learn how to live Christ-centered lives.



Kids ages 2 years through 5th grade are invited to join us for Awana on Wednesdays from 6:15 – 8 PM. Through game time, large group teaching, and small group activities, kids learn about God, memorize Scripture, and learn how to apply it to their lives on a daily basis.

For more details about Awana programs and what we have to offer, please click here:

Summer Camps

Summer Adventure Camps

When school ends, the fun begins! Kids ages 4 years – 8th grade can explore and develop their God-given gifts and talents at one, or more, of our many camps. From horseback riding to sewing to music and drama, and many more, there is sure to be a camp for your child! For more details and to register (registration opens April 1, 2019), go to:

Lord of our life and our salvation

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Well, the way they make shows is, they make one show. That show’s called a pilot. Then they show that show to the people who make shows, and on the strength of that one show they decide if they’re going to make more shows. Some pilots get picked and become television programs. Some don’t, become nothing. She starred in one of the ones that became nothing.

Now we took an oath, that I’m breaking now. We said we’d say it was the snow that killed the other two, but it wasn’t. Nature is lethal but it doesn’t hold a candle to man.


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