We are putting together a group to attend the Sunday, May 5th Matinee at 2:00 pm for Mamma Mia!
A mother. A daughter. Three possible dads. And a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget. Non-Stop laughs and explosive dance numbers to ABBA’s hits combined to make Mamma Mia! a smash hit.
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If get get 8+ people to go, tickets will be $20 per person.
Please let Pam know by January 14th if you are interested in attending and she will order the tickets. Contact Pam via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope you can make it!
24th Annual Fish Fry Fundraiser
Silent Auction, 50/50 Raffle and Bake Sale
Friday, April 26, 2019
Western Lakes Golf Club
W287 N1963 Oakton Road
(Between Elmhurst Drive and Hwy SS) Pewaukee, WI 53072
$17.00 for Adults
$10.00 for Children ages 7-12
Children under 7 Free
Dine IN or Carry OUT Available
Desserts also available for purchase.
Suicide. We’ve got to talk about it despite the fact that people would rather not. That’s why Delafield Presbyterian Church, Saint Joan of Arc Roman Catholic Parish and Christ the King Lutheran Church have teamed up to present Soul Shop: Ministering to Suicidal Desperation, a one-day training to be held on Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. at Delafield Presbyterian Church. While directed to pastors and faith community leaders, Soul Shop training benefits counselors, first responders and essentially anyone interested in learning how to effectively minister to suicidal desperation.
Soul Shop equips pastors to speak to suicidal desperation as a regular aspect of their ministries and is founded on the notion that “Faith communities have a responsibility not only for preventing suicide and suicide attempts, but also for addressing those impacted by the agony and isolation of suicidal desperation.”
The workshop includes addressing the primary obstacles to dealing with suicidal desperation (stigma, fear, and shame); statistics/facts about suicide; and how ministries can create a supportive environment while fundamentally altering the way people deal with this subject and one another. Registration for this event is only $5. Lunch is included in the price of registration.
We will once gain sponsor the annual Warming Hearts Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, February 10th immediately following the Worship Church Service .
Delicious pancakes, sausage, juice, and coffee will be served.
Donations of any amount are appreciated. 100% of the donations will go toward the state of Wisconsin KEEP WISCONSIN WARM/COOL FUND.
Every dollar donated will be matched by the state of Wisconsin and goes to help those who need assistance to keep their utilities running and stay warm this winter or cool in the summer.
Immediately following the Worship Church Service at 9:30 am.
All are welcome, no need to attend service.
Hope to see you there!
The Lincoln Exhibit in the Hawks Inn History Center opened for public viewing on Saturday, September 1st. Mostly recently displayed at the Gettysburg National Museum, Robert Lang’s impressive collection of 16 original Lincoln portraits, several sculptures and other Civil War memorabilia has been prepared for public display. It is the largest private collection of original Lincoln portraits in the country. In addition to Lincoln, there are portraits of others important to the Civil War such as Generals Grant and Lee. There are 70 pieces on display, including Alonzo Cushing’s Medal of Honor, on loan from the Gettysburg Museum.
At left: Lincoln looking at a book of Matthew Brady photos with his son Tad. Matthew Brady took the original photograph which became the basis for this and many other Lincoln portraits. Another, life sized painting of the president, once hung in the White House.
The PBS program Around the Corner with John McGivern visited the Inn and History Center in July, and the exhibit will be included in the focus on Delafield to be shown on TV in January.
The charge for viewing the entire exhibit is “two Lincolns”: $5 for adults and 1¢ for children 12 and under. The History Center will have this extraordinary exhibit through August of 2019.
Come with us on this Women’s Event as we tour this extraordinary exhibit on Saturday, February 23rd at 1:00 pm!!! Meet at Hawks Inn. $5 admission, please let Pam know if you may attend just so we have an idea of numbers. Email: Pangst1@aol.com
Hope to see you there!
Join us for the film, “In Plain Sight”, followed by a Q&A session.
Travel to six U.S. cities to hear engaging interviews with survivors of sex trafficking as well as modern-day abolitionists. The focus is on HOPE and the powerful steps six ordinary women take to bring HEALING to trauma-informed survivors who were hidden “in plain sight”. Learn about plans to establish an area safe house that provides physical, emotional and spiritual healing.
Founder of Redeem and Restore Center
Sunday, January 27th – 2 to 4 pm
Christ the King Lutheran Church
1600 N. Genesee Street, Delafield
Presented in partnership with Delafield Presbyterian Church.
For more information, visit the website: https://sttlakecountry.wixsite.com/sttlc or contact them via email at StopTraffickingTLC@gmail.com.
“Waukesha is one of the most affluent counties in the state and yet, we are getting calls every day. We call it “hidden homelessness” because these families aren’t living under bridges or on the street like in some communities. They are sleeping on a friend’s couch and when that option is used up, they are living in a car.”
Words of our Executive Director of Family Promise of Waukesha County, David Tennyck.
Our first week of hosting in 2019 will be January 20th-27th. We will be hosting up to 4 families or 14 people.
If you would like to learn more about Family Promise or would like to join our volunteer team, please contact Jane Lurvey (email@example.com) for more information.
A white box with an orange and white design, photo of blue sky, white clouds, sun, greens and a red bowl of cereal and silver spoon printed on the box
All items are welcome this time of year.
The main focus for food pantry collection will be breakfast items.
Bring these items any Sunday throughout January , but our main collection will be January 27th. What a gift!
A Presentation for Area Youth and Teens
A human trafficking survivor shares her experiences to help area youth identify warning signs and take action should the need arise.
Morgan L. Meadows, M. Ed.
Consultant, Educator, Writer
A Lucid Tree LLC
Sunday, January 20th – 9:30 am – 10: 30 am
Delafield Presbyterian Church
Presented in partnership with Christ the King Lutheran Church
For more information, visit https://sttlakecountry.wixsite.com/sttlc or StopTraffickingTLC@gmail.com
Our Six Year Anniversary.
Has it really been six years since we first met as a group interested in sewing little dresses for girls in Africa?? Yes, it has! And we’re still going strong. To date our group has made almost 400 little dresses, over 50 drawstring backpacks, over 50 pairs of pajamas, numerous tote bags, several busy bags, camisoles for surgical patients, several lap quilts and two sofa pillows. Now we’re also making head scarves for area hospital cancer departments. And we’re enjoying every moment of it.
Our latest group of dresses and pajamas will be going to Guatemala this spring with Trent Faith’s Guatemala Service Projects Inc.
Our meeting schedule for 2019 is Wednesdays January 16th, February 20th, March 20th, April 17th, May 15th and June 19th. We meet from 12 pm to 4 pm in our church conference room.
New members are welcome and sewing skills are not necessary. We have work for those who sew as well as those who don’t. Come join our mission and have some fun!