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Welcome to

Blackhawk Fitchburg

Service Times

Sundays | 9 & 10:45 AM


5935 Astor Drive
Fitchburg, WI 53711


What to Expect

We’re so glad you’re checking out Blackhawk Fitchburg! Here’s what you can expect on your first visit:

As you arrive, the Parking Team will welcome you, assist you in parking, and point you to our main entrance.

Worship Services
Worship services are located in the auditorium to the left when you enter from the main entrance off the parking lot. Inside the auditorium, ushers will be ready to help you find a seat. We also have a Gathering Room that livestreams the service.

Kids and Families
Kids birth to sixth grade are welcome in any venue, or they can attend Blackhawk Kids where they will have a worship service that’s made just for them. To check out Blackhawk Kids, head to the BKids Welcome Desk located on the right side of the atrium (across from fireplace) and the Blackhawk Kids Welcome Team will be ready to help you register and find your rooms.

If you have questions about any of the venues or would like a quick tour, stop by the Welcome Desk – we’d love to meet you!

Community Partners

We believe serving in the local community is an important part of what it means to be a Christ-follower. We partner with two local organizations that serve the Fitchburg area: Leopold Elementary (local elementary school) and Badger Prairie Needs Network (local food pantry).



What’s Happening at Fitchburg

McKee Farms Picnic

Sunday, August 28, 4:30-6:30 PM
McKee Farms Park, Fitchburg

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Daniel Owen

Lead Pastor of Blackhawk Fitchburg

Daniel Owen grew up in Memphis, TN. He met his wife Michelle, a Wisconsin native, in Colorado at Denver Seminary, where he received his Masters of Divinity. They served together in Pennsylvania for seven years in Youth and Family Ministry.

Daniel joined the Blackhawk staff in 2015 as the Lead Pastor of Blackhawk Fitchburg. The Owens have two sons, Caleb and Joshua. Their family enjoys cheering for both Tennessee Volunteer and Green Bay Packer football teams, discovering new parks and wrestling on the floor. Daniel is hoping to teach the boys to golf when they get a little older. Their favorite family saying is: “Go big or go home!”