Pilgrim Lutheran Church
Superior, Wisconsin 54880
Pilgrim Community School!
The idea for Pilgrim Community School grew out of a desire to reach out to and serve our community. Launched in summer 2012, more than 100 students of all ages have already attended classes like Zumba, Digital Photography, Baking Bread, Estate Planning, a Book Club, and much, much more.
The mission of Pilgrim Community School is to provide low-fee learning opportunities and social activities through multi-generational community classes. Flexible classes will be scheduled throughout the year to ensure participation at a time that works for everyone! The majority of the classes are community-based. We also have faith-based classes. If you want to suggest a class or volunteer to teach, just let us know!
FALL 2017 CLASSES: Our fall session will run September-November. Cake Decorating, taught by Patsy Amborn, a teacher and cake decorator for Super One Foods, will be held Thursday, October 26 from 6:00-7:30. Learn the fundamentals of decorating cakes, starting with proper icing, carefully building the boarders, and making flowers and fancy trim. Move on to writing techniques. Get creative. Best of all, you get to eat what you make! Supplies provided and sponsored by Super One. The class is free, but advance registration is required. For all ages. Children accompanied by adults are welcome, but all must be registered so we have enough supplies.
What Is the Bible?, a book review led by Pastor Mowchan, will be held Sunday evenings October 15, 22, and November 5, from 6:00-7:30 pm. The review will also be discussed during Wednesday morning Bible Study starting September 13.
Advance Care Planning led by Jenny Dudderar on Thursday, November 9 at 6:00 pm. This class will help you think about, talk about, and write down your choices for future health care decisions. While it is not an easy topic to consider, it is important for every adult to have a health care directive - a written plan for loved ones and health care providers to follow if a time comes when you cannot speak for yourself. Free health care directives that meet all legal requirements for Minnesota and Wisconsin will be provided. Participants are encouraged (but not required) to bring a family member with them to this class, especially one that they may choose to make health care decisions for them.
Cooking with Kids, led by Tanya Haugland, will resume with classes on Saturdays, November 18 and December 2 & 9 starting at 10:00 am.
Pre-registration for all classes required one week prior to start of classes. Call the church office at 715-392-4731 to register.
If you have ideas for future classes you would like to see, or if you know someone who could offer an interesting class, talk to Craig Peterson or Pastor Mowchan.
The PCS Committee invites you share your ideas for classes.
Contact Pastor Mowchan for more information.
Pilgrim Community School Committee: Craig Peterson (chair) and Pastor Will Mowchan