Founded in 1985, T.E.A.C.H. (Training, Educating & Admonishing our Children at Home) is an all-volunteer network of Christian homeschooling families in the Madison area of Wisconsin, organized for the purpose of encouraging other families who are providing a home-based private education for their children in keeping with Biblical principles.
As Christians we recognize the following:
1. The eternal existence of God in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit
2. The atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior
3. The sanctifying work of the Holy Spirit
4. The supreme authority of the Bible as our guide for right and holy living
20 Protecting Children From Predators-meeting location available from firstname.lastname@example.org
October 20 - Tuesday
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
15 FAMILY GAME NIGHT
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
16 How to Live with Compassion and Conviction in a Sexually Confused World
February 16 - Tuesday
T.E.A.C.H. meetings are at 7 p.m on the third Tuesday of the month (Sept-May). Please check the calendar each month for the location of the meeting as current conditions make it difficult to determine future meeting locations in advance. If you are a TEACH member, you may also check the forum as any changes will be sent out via email.
We ARE NOT currently meeting at Monona Oaks Community Church, 6200 Monona Drive, Monona, but hope to be back there at some point down the road. Click on following link for details about how to enter the building and other facility information: MOCC facility information.
Also, check the calendar for specific meeting topics, field trips and other activities.
Please note: Making recordings (whether audio or visual) of TEACH meetings, workshops or special events is only allowed when speakers have given their permission to be taped. More details will be given at meetings as to what will be allowed for each meeting. For more details click on the Meeting Handouts & Audio tab.
TEACH offers a variety of meeting topics throughout the year, presented by both guest speakers and TEACH parents, in the form of a presentation, discussion group or whatever format best suits the topic. We try to provide time for fellowship at the end of each meeting. The majority of our meetings are directed toward the parents, but often many are appropriate for older children and some may be geared for the whole family. Younger children are welcome at our meetings, if supervised by a parent, or someone designated by the parent.