Summer Worship Series

Worship Theme

The season of the Church Year that follows the great celebrations of Easter and Pentecost focuses on how the Church continues to grow (as indicated by the color Green) in its faith, its actions, its attitude, and its character. Throughout the summer, our worship focuses on aspects of the Christian’s faith and life:

Believers Have Faith:

Pentecost 2 – Faith that Trusts in God’s Great Power – June 23

Pentecost 3 – Faith that Trusts in God – Even in the Face of Death – June 30

Pentecost 4 – Faith that Trusts in God’s Forgiveness – July 7

 

 

Believers Follow Christ: 

Pentecost 5 – Believers Follow Christ and Expect Persecution – July 14

Pentecost 6 – Believers Follow Christ and Commit to Their Calling – July 21

Pentecost 7 – Believers Follow Christ and Support Kingdom Work – July 28

Pentecost 8 – Believers Follow Christ and Love Their Neighbor – August 4

Pentecost 9 – Believers Follow Christ and Listen When God Speaks – August 11

Pentecost 10 – Believers Follow Christ and Pray Boldly – August 18

Pentecost 11 – Believers Follow Christ and Not Earthly Wealth – August 25

Peace Lutheran Vacation Bible School June 17-20, 2019

“A brand NEW summer day camp program for your children and their friends comes to Peace on June 17-20.  This year’s theme is Bigfoot Prints to Follow and is based on Matthew 16:24. VBS runs from 9 a.m. to noon and is open to children age 3 through grade 5 (in the fall).

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT!

Volunteers from our church (and staff from Camp Phillip) will bring you all the fun of a summer camp without ever leaving church.  From the opening to the closing program, you will enjoy activities such as adventure, crafts, God’s Word, recreation, singing, snacks and stories.  Each activity includes important lessons about who exactly Jesus Christ is and the various ways that we can praise him in response to what he has done for us.  Hope you can come!”

If you are interested in helping out, please contact Pastor Waldschmidt or CLICK HERE!

 

 

 

 

Peace Lutheran 6th Annual Golf Outing

Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019 – Scenic View Country Club

 Registration Tables Open – Noon, Shotgun Start – 1:00pm

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

 

Golfers: The shot gun start for golf will begin at 1:00PM. Our check-in tables and will open at 12:00PM.  The driving and putting range will be open for warm up as well.  In the case of rain concerns the day of the event, please check the school website at www.peacehartford.org. An announcement will be posted on this site if the golf portion of the event is cancelled.  If golf is cancelled, the dinner event will still go on beginning at 5:30 pm.

Dinner Only:  The dinner event will start at 5:30PM with live music, appetizers, and silent auction.  Dinner will begin to be served at 6:30 pm. Feel free to arrive early to browse and bid on the silent auction items and welcome our golfers as they come in.

Rain cancellation Note:  In the case that golf is cancelled due to rain, that portion of your fee will be considered to be a tax deductible donation to PLS tuition assistance fund unless a refund request is made within two weeks of the event. For a refund request, please call Jenna at (262) 673-3811. 

MONETARY DONATIONS

Monetary donations to the benefit the Tuition Assistance Fund can be made in any dollar amount, payable to Peace Lutheran School.

Please note your registration is not complete until payment is received. All payments are due by September 13th. Checks should be written out to Peace Lutheran School noting it is a payment for the PLS Golf Outing. Payments can be dropped off at the church or school office or mailed to:

Peace Lutheran School

1025 Peace Lutheran Dr.

Hartford, WI 53027

You now have the option to pay using checking, savings or credit card accounts. If you are an existing Vanco user, you can use your current user name and password. If they are new to Vanco, you can create a new username and password. Once logged in, you will see a field for “Golf Outing” payments. You can also use the comment field to specify who the payment is for or what it is for. If you would like to pay using this method, please CLICK HERE or click the Donate Button on the front page of the Peace Website!

 

 

 

 

Peace Pictorial Church Directory

Participate in your Church Directory

It’s time for a new church directory!  And that’s a good thing.  An updated church pictorial directory is an excellent tool for our pastors, our church leaders, and our newer members.  Plus, with a church this size, having pictures of all of our members makes it a little easier to get to know each other.
Your pastoral staff and leadership is hoping for full participation from our membership.  And we are trying to make the process as easy as possible.  Simply follow this link (https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A084AA4AE2AAAFD0-plcchurch) to sign up online. Or you can connect personally with one of our volunteers after each of the worship services in March.  Each appointment session will run 10 minutes per family.  (please sign up for just one session – we promise, 10 minutes will be enough time!)  The photo sessions will run through the first three weeks in April. There have been a few dates in May added to accommodate our families with college students or for some reason are unable to make the available dates in April. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email us at plcdirectory2019@gmail.com or you can text/call Sara Brehmer at 262-707-2488.

Time and Talent Survey

The Board of Adult Discipleship is asking each confirmed member to fill out a Time and Talent survey. If you have not already done so please take a few minutes to fill out a survey. There are paper copies available in the church library. Your time and participation is greatly appreciated.

Please CLICK HERE to fill out the survey or print it and drop it off in the church office.

Idols You Never Knew You Had – Sundays @ 8:45am (Sept. 9,16,23,30)

What is an idol?  While we might initially think of golden calves, graven images, and gods named Baal or Buddha, would we agree that an idol is really anything that is more important to us than God?  If so, then idolatry isn’t just a primitive practice from ancient cultures, but it’s a real danger to modern-day Christians. And maybe, just maybe, we have idols in our lives that capture our hearts and absorb our time more than we realize.

In this four-week series, Idols We Never Knew We Had, we’ll seek to identify some of those sneaky present-day idols and, by the power of God’s Word, avoid the spiritual dangers that accompany them.

Day: Sundays (September 9, 16, 23, 30)
Time: 8:45 a.m.
Location: Fellowship Hall