Reservations are now available for Peace’s Advent by Candlelight Service. Women of Peace are encouraged to invite their friends and family to this evening of fellowship, desserts, and Advent preparation on Sunday, December 5th at 6:00 pm. There are several ways to be involved at this beautiful event: Serve as Table Hostess, Make a Delectable Dessert, Bring Fresh Fruit, and more. Learn more and sign up to attend or to volunteer for Advent by Candlelight at the table in the Gathering Space.
If you have any questions, please contact Julie Ehlers at email@example.com or 715-304-7693.
The Community Food Pantry is located in the Trinity Community Center (N6409 Hwy P, Mayville, WI 53050). Find us on facebook.com/communitypantrywi
The pantry is open to serve each month on the 3rd Wednesday from 1pm to 3pm.
Appointments can be made if you are unable to attend during those hours. For appointments, questions or to volunteer, please contact Larry Moldenhauer @firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-209-7705.
Donations can be dropped off by appointment or in the church library.
Items especially needed: Canned goods such as Meat, Fruit, Spaghetti, Vegetables, Cereal, Mac and Cheese, Cracker, Chips, Dried potatoes, Rice, Boxed Pasta, Hamburger Helper, Pancake & Baking Mixes, Syrup, Peanut Butter, Jelly, Paper Goods. Monetary Donation are also welcome.
PLEASE, no Glass Jars and check expiration dates!
Peace Through Jesus is a class in which members and non-members, alike, study the bible together and discover or reaffirm the truths of the bible and Christianity.
Whether you’re interested in church membership, or would like to fine tune and rejuvenate your faith, please plan on joining us.
A new round of classes will begin in January 2022. If you would like to me added to the invite list send an email to email@example.com.
A new round of classes started on Sept. 20. if you are interested in joining us, please contact the church office. 262-673-5610;firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 20: Sin and Grace
September 27 : Faith (Who is Jesus?)
October 4: The Word
October 11 : Baptism
October 18: The Lord’s Supper
October 25: Christian Living
November 1: Worship
November 8: Stewardship
November 15: Church Fellowship
November 22: Membership 101
We are looking to start Sunday School again this year! We will be welcoming children in grades 3k (potty trained, please!) – 4th grade to join us on Sunday mornings from 8:45-9:45 am to sing songs, play games, do activities, and of course, learn about Jesus! Classes will begin September 12th.
Please CLICK HERE to register your child.
March 17, 2020
Dear Peace family,
March 17, 2020
Dear Peace families,
I’m writing to provide more information about our plan for distance learning. Our goal is to provide you with learning opportunities for your children so they can continue to learn and grow. The information provided below is a simple overview; the classroom teachers will be providing more specifics.
Stay Connected to Jesus
Our school is closed so that we can preserve our families’ health and safety. We are equally concerned about your spiritual health. As you’re able, make time to grow in the Word. Read the bible, have a family devotion, watch one of our past sermons, sing/read a hymn, or just spend time in prayer. During this time of uncertainty, lean on your God.
We are taking “snow” days on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of this week. This will enable our faculty to develop plans for our distance learning. Distance learning will begin on Thursday, March 19th and will run through March 27th. We will plan to take our regularly scheduled Spring Break on March 30th through April 3rd.
Right now, we are scheduled to return to classes on Monday, April 6th. There is a possibility we will extend to April 13th and follow our district’s decision. We will continue monitoring the situation and will communicate a decision several days in advance. Our school building will remain closed until classes resume.
You may have heard the DPI is allowing waivers for instructional hours. The process for private schools to do this is still developing. However, we still feel it is our duty and obligation to provide our students with ways they can learn even if the hours requirement is waived.
Our philosophy for distance learning is to provide our students with learning opportunities while not adding stress to our families. We understand that our parents are wading through uncertainty with their jobs, childcare, and income. Your children’s education is important to us, but we also understand that the demands of everyday life have changed. Therefore, our teachers will be focusing on our core curriculum – Word of God, Literacy, and Math – and providing additional enrichment opportunities in other areas.
Your child(ren)’s teacher will be communicating with you about their plans for learning as well as the best way to stay in contact with them. Our teachers will be available by email, phone, text, or other technology during regular school hours.
Our teachers are working to deliver the best possible learning opportunities, but we are all learning in a changing situation. Some things may work great, some things may need to be adjusted. Please stay in communication with your chid(ren)’s teacher(s).
We appreciate your patience and understanding. As plans change, I will communicate them to our Peace family. I am looking forward to when we can be back at school, am praying for health and safety for you and your families.
In Christ’s Service,
Principal Ben Washburn