Sips & Talks – Monday, December 23rd – 10:00 am

The Sips and Talks group will begin meeting again the fourth Wednesday of every month at Milwaukee Street Traders in Delafield at 10:00 a.m.

September 25th – No book discussion; just come to visit.
October 23rd – Discussion of the Summer book “The Pull of the Moon” by Elizabeth Berg.
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

Family Promise – November 17th—24th

Family Promise is such a great way to help others in need. We are so proud of what DPC does to help these families.

Mark your calendars with the upcoming Family Promise dates: 

November 17-24 2019
January 26February 1, 2020
May 10-16, 2020
August 2-8, 2020
November 1-7, 2020

If you would like to be a Family Promise volunteer and make a huge difference in homeless families,please contact Jane Lurvey at or 262-646-2113.

Little Dresses – Fall Session: October 16th – 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Our Little Dresses group has enjoyed six productive years of sewing for the national Little Dresses for Africa organization, Open Arms Orphanage in South Africa and Guatemala Service Projects Inc.  We’ve made over 400 dresses, 50 pajamas, 50 totes, 50 backpacks, headscarves and fleece hats and other items.

Join us to sew, cut, press and enjoy fellowship at our meetings the third Wednesday of the month on Sept.18, Oct.16, Nov. 20 and Dec.18 from 12-4 in our conference room.  Come help us put smiles on little girls’ faces!   Sewing skills are not necessary.

Family Promise Open House – Friday, October 25th – 3:30 – 7:30 pm

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25TH ~ 3:30 TO 7:30 PM


Family Promise’s Fifth Birthday!

In early November 2014, Family Promise of Waukesha County opened its doors to our first guest family.  We have been operating 24/7 ever since that cold November morning and our fifth birthday is fast approaching!  By the time November rolls around, we’ll have taken in over 100 local homeless families with children.  Fifty families will have been placed in their own fully furnished apartment and more than ninety percent of our placed families will have been able to keep their homes.  This great success is due to our incredible volunteers, donors, and employees who have contributed thousands upon thousands of meals, hours, and donations of cash, supplies and furniture.

Anyone interested in celebrating with us or wanting to learn more about the program is welcome to stop by.  There will be tasty refreshments, lively conversation and several information stations summarizing where we’ve been, how we got there and where we’re going.