Church of the Resurrection

Serving Lutherans in the Lake Country area

Church of the Resurrection, a Lutheran church in Pewaukee near Hartland, is a congregation in the tradition of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). We invite all to worship with us. Many of our members come from Hartland, Pewaukee, Delafield, Waukesha and other communities in the Lake Country area. Our mission:

  • Welcoming all people to share God’s love
  • Experiencing what it means to follow Christ
  • Empowering each other to serve our neighbors near and far.

We share God’s love through our worship, music and fellowship with one another. We learn what it means to follow Christ through Sunday school, confirmation and youth ministry for children, and Bible study for adults. And we serve our community through outreach programs, service projects and support for missions both local and international.

Meet Our New Pastor
We are incredibly excited to announce that the Rev. Kimberly Jordan is our new pastor! She has bachelor of arts degrees in dramatic arts and elementary education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a master of divinity degree from Luther Seminary in St Paul, Minnesota.

Welcome Pastor Kim!


Family Game Day
Sunday, Jan. 21, 11:15 am

Bring your favorite games (or come just to enjoy others’ games) and join us in the Fellowship Hall for an afternoon of fun. We’ll all chip in some money to order pizza for lunch, but feel free to bring along your favorite snack to munch on during the afternoon. Children are welcome; we’ll be playing both family and adult games, including Settlers of Catan, Sushi Go, Ticket to Ride, Concept, Seven Wonders, and many others.

SOPHIA Movie Night
Monday, Feb. 26, 6:30 pm

Join SOPHIA, Church of the Resurrection’s social justice group, as we see and talk about the movie “Halfway.” “Halfway” is the fictional story of a recently released convict (played by Quinton Aaron, best known for his role in “The Blind Side”) who faces the prospect of enduring ties with his old gang world. At the same time, he is struggling to adapt to a life on probation as the only black man in a rural white Wisconsin farm town. The film’s subject, Byron, finds himself halfway between childhood and assuming the full responsibilities of adult life, just as he is halfway between prison and freedom and, perhaps, only halfway to being considered a full human being.

Christian Education Scholarships 

Thank you to the many members who have supported our efforts for providing scholarship assistance to our youth. This year, we were able to sell 310 kringles in our annual Christmas kringle sale, which resulted in more than $1,200 for the scholarship fund. This money will benefit youth in our church who are interested in attending Christian-based colleges.

If you want to apply for a scholarship, please follow the links below:

New scholarship application

Scholarship renewal application