Please consider serving as a summer Sunday school volunteer. You will teach a small lesson and send the children back for communion. All materials will be provided to you a week ahead of time. The sign-up sheet is in the Narthex. Thanks for considering! We need help the following weeks: July 28, August 4, August 11 and August 25.
Have difficulty getting out and about? Not feeling 100 percent? Missing your faith community? Worship on Wheels brings the Word, music and Christ’s meal into your home. To learn more and schedule worship in your home, contact Susan Daniels at (262) 691-7700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Bring a lawn chair or blanket
- Bring a finger food snack to share
- Bring your favorite yard game if you have one
- Drinks will be provided
- Don’t forget your sunscreen!
The greater Milwaukee Synod is very excited to be the host synod for the 2019 ELCA Churchwide Assembly.
We need YOU to help this event run smoothly. Six hundred volunteers are needed to help with a wide variety (see below) of tasks surrounding the Churchwide Assembly (CWA)
CWA 2019 takes place August 5–10 at the Wisconsin Center, located at 400 W Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee. Check out CWA’s website to learn more about Assembly needs, volunteer options, job descriptions and to sign up to help. Questions? Please call the Greater Milwaukee Synod office at (414) 671-1212.
- Airport greeters
- Banner transport
- Bus monitor
- Dining host
- Door monitors
- General volunteer
- General worship helper
- Hearing monitors
- Hospitality booth
- Hotel greeters
- Microphone pages
- Gift bag packers
- Pre-assembly floor set-up
- Technology support and distribution pages
Join voting member Matt Stein, children’s choir director Susan Daniels, and worship leader Pastor Kim for an exciting opportunity to serve the Greater Church! Watch for details about CWA worship services – all are welcome to attend!
The Human Concerns committee’s mission for June, July and August is the Hartland Food Pantry. The food pantry is extremely short of all fruits, vegetables (canned or garden produce) and cereals. Human Concerns committee members will weekly deliver our collectables to the food pantry. Other ideas for items to donate include peanut butter; jelly; canned meats; personal care items including shampoos, deodorants and toothpaste; and laundry detergent.
The Human Concerns committee asks that you also remember to donate Kwik Trip or Pick ‘n Save cards to our church office, which are used for families in need. If you don’t have time to purchase a gift card, you can also write a check with “discretionary cards” in the memo line.