Sips & Talks – Summer book – “The Pull of the Moon” by Elizabeth Berg

Our group meets the fourth Wednesday morning of every month at the coffee shop in Delafield,  Milwaukee Street Traders @ 10:00 a.m.

Our first meeting will be Wednesday, January 23rd.  The book that we selected to read is:  “The Story of Arthur Truluv” by Elizabeth Berg.  You can purchase the books at:  Books and Company for 15% discount if you tell them you are from Delafield Presbyterian Church book club.

We will be trying something different this year.  One month we will read a book and discuss it. The next month we will just visit – no reading necessary.

Mark your calendars for these upcoming dates:

January 23rd – Discussion of “The Story of Arthur Truluv” by Elizabeth Berg
February 27th – No book discussion; just come to visit.
March 27th – Discussion of “Edgar and Lucy” by Victor Lodato
April 24th – No book discussion; just come to visit.
May 22nd – “Love and Ruin” by Paula McLain
June, July, August – Break for Summer!
Summer book – “The Pull of the Moon” by Elizabeth Berg
September 25th – No book discussion; just come to visit.
October 23rd – Discussion of the Summer book.
November 27th – No book discussion; just come to visit.
December 25th – Christmas!  We will meet on the 23rd instead, same time. Discussion of a book – TBD

Suicide Prevention Training – Sunday, June 2nd at 2:30 pm

Learn to recognize the risk factors and warning signs associated with suicidal thoughts and how to offer hope and help with QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Gatekeeper Training.

We will host QPR training on Sunday, June 2nd at 2:30 pm. It is available to parents, friends and teachers, anyone who wants to know more about keeping the ones they care about from dying by suicide.

QPR Training is led by a Certified QPR Gatekeeper Trainer and is not recommended for someone who has recently lost a loved one to suicide.

Undie Sunday FUN-raiser – Month of May

The deacons are sponsoring the second annual UNDIE SUNDAY FUN-raiser, by asking you to provide unopened packages of underwear for those in need in Waukesha County through THE HOPE CENTER.


The drive will begin on May 5 and continue through May 26.

MEN’S DAY – Boxer’s or briefs? All sizes are needed! BRING TO CHURCH ON MAY 5!

WOMEN’S DAY – All sizes needed – briefs only, no bikini’s or smaller. BRING TO CHURCH ON MAY 12!

SUNDAY SCHOOLERS AND YOUTH – shop with your parents or grandparents and pick out your favorites to give to other kids…Spongebob; Super Heroes; Disney Princesses; pretty colors or plain white and BRING TO CHURCH ON MAY 19 and May 26!

You may bring unopened packages of all underwear on any of the Sunday’s and place in the special bin in the Deacon’s Corner in the Fellowship Hall beginning May 1.

Thanks for your participation!
DPC Deacons

Family Promise – April 7th-14th

“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.

Family Promise was featured on the Today Show March 21st. Here’s a link to the segment:

We will be hosting the week of April 7th-14th.

If you would like to learn more about Family Promise or would like to join our volunteer team, please contact Jane Lurvey  ( for more information.

Loaves and Fishes – Sunday, March 31st

Mark your calendars to sign up and help on MARCH 31st for Loaves and Fishes, where we will participate again in feeding the hungry people at the Hope Center in downtown Waukesha!

Yellow sign-up sheets are on the bulletin board in the hallway at church.  We will serve our Classic Mostoccioli, salad, rolls, fruit, and cookies.  Recipes are available for the Mostoccioli.

We will meet at church at 12:30 pm to ride-share, follow, or just meet at the Hope Center at 1:00 pm.  We should be finished by 3:00 pm.

There are sign-up sheets for bringing food items as well as working at the Hope Center.
Contact Jane Lurvey at if you have any questions.