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!
SPRING CLASSES: The Pilgrim Community School will offer a few different class options over the next couple of months. Join us Mondays and Thursdays from 5:00-6:00 pm beginning January 9th for Walk and Tone. This class offers a sensible, sustainable approach to staying healthy and fit. Mary Johnson-Garay, Certified Personal Trainer/Wellness Coach, will lead you through a fun class that will bring fitness and health without injury. This class is ongoing—no registration required. Cost is $5 per class. Pay Mary each week.
Love Wins, a book discussion led by Craig Peterson, will be Wednesdays, March 8, 15, and 22 from 5:30—6:30 pm. This is a discussion of the book by Rob Bell. Topics include God, Jesus, and the relationship to judgment and salvation. Come to the soup supper at 5:00 and stay through the book discussion and Lenten service which follows at 6:30. No fee, but you must purchase the book prior to the class. Pastor Mowchan will order it through Amazon.
Tanya Haugland reprises her Cooking with Kids series of classes on Saturdays, tentatively April 15, 22, 29, and May 6 from 10:00—12:00 am. Cost is $10 per class.
Pre-registration required one week prior to 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