Resurrection Voices

Lent and Holy Week Schedule
This year we have been blessed with a long Epiphany season, which will come to an end on March 3, Transfiguration Sunday.

Lent 2019 begins on March 6. It is a 40-day (not including Sundays) season in which we especially remember and reflect upon Jesus’ human struggles and suffering during his last days on earth. It is a time for deeply contemplating God’s great love for the world, made known most fully through the death and resurrection of his Son, Jesus.

Mark your calendars for these special worship opportunities:

ASH WEDNESDAY WORSHIP   with Imposition of Ashes and Holy Communion
March 6 at 1:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

WEDNESDAY LENTEN WORSHIP    intergenerational services with Holy Communion
March 13 at 6:30 p.m.
March 20 at 6:30 p.m.
March 27 at 6:30 p.m.
April 3 at 6:30 p.m.
April 10 at 6:30 p.m.

MAUNDY THURSDAY WORSHIP     Choir Cantata, “Exalted!” with Holy Communion
April 18 at 6:30 p.m.
April 19 at 1:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

One of the ways in which we can share the love and joy of being part of a Christian community of faith is to spend time together—having FUN!!

Numerous activities have been planned to promote having fun with our brothers and sisters in faith from COR. The activities are varied—we hope to have “play dates” which will appeal to many. Please mark the following fun times on your calendars, and sign-up/register as directed. Keep watching for more activities in the weeks and months to come!

Dinner at the MELTING POT in Brookfield   Monday, March 11 at 6:00 p.m.
Please sign up in the narthex or let Pat Faherty know by Sunday, March 10

BOARD AND BRUSH in Hartland    Saturday, March 16 at 1:00 p.m.
Paint a decorative board at this Cocktails & Crafts event. Cost is $65
Sign up at
If you have questions about either of these activities, call Pat Faherty at (262) 337-0977

Our Faith Community

Scholarship Applications
Now Available Online!

The Education Team is happy to announce that the scholarship application has been posted to the COR website for any interested applicants.
Applicants must be attending a Lutheran University or College. Scholarships will be given for the 2019/2020 school year.

See the Application for more information and deadlines.
Ash Wednesday Spaghetti Dinner
Wednesday, March 6, 5:30 p.m.

Join us for our annual spaghetti dinner prior to the Ash Wednesday worship service. Come with family and friends, enjoy a delicious meal, and then worship with us at 6:30 p.m.

Free will donations will support the FYI mission trip to the Adirondack Mountains in New York.
Financial Update for January 2019

January 2019:

Budgeted Income    $ 61,086
Actual Income          $ 60,945
Actual Expenses       $ 37,539
Profit                           $ 23,406
Miss the Annual Meeting? 

Pick up an Annual Report on the welcome table in the narthex and learn what we discussed. Want to talk about it? Contact Council President Jeni McCullough or Pastor Kim.
Save The Date: FYI Dinner on Saturday, April 6

Mark your calendars!  Our annual FYI Dinner will be at Church of the Resurrection on Saturday, April 6 at 6:00 p.m. Stay tuned for more event details and ticket sales within the next couple weeks. You won't want to miss it! Proceeds will support the FYI mission trip to the Adirondack Mountains in New York.

March Mission of the Month
The Hope Center

Ralph Zick, executive director of the Hope Center, will be coming to speak to our congregation on Sunday, March 3 for a short "Temple Talk.” He will also be available for the Adult Forum after the service for a more in-depth discussion. The month of March is a joint fundraising opportunity for Waukesha County Provides, a cooperative solicitation of the Hebron House, the Hope Center, the Women's Center and the Waukesha County Food Pantry. Mr. Zick will explain the role the Hope Center plays in providing for residents' needs, including clothing (men’s and women’s underwear, socks, boys’ and girls’ clothing and personal/ hygiene items) and children's gently used books for 0-3 years of age.

Please join us on March 3 to learn more about this important work.

John McGroarty, Chair, COR Human Concerns Committee

The SignUpGenius self-sign up for Lay Ministry is working great.  Most of the assignments are being filled this way and it results in far fewer schedule conflicts.  Any openings that are not selected are still assigned as in the past. If you know you have a conflict for particular dates, let the office know so you are not scheduled:

Following is the link to sign up for Lay Ministry slots in March 2019:

Bread of Life
Thursday, February 28, 3:30 -7:30 p.m.
St. Charles Catholic Church in Hartland.

The Human Concerns Team and our 6th grade confirmation students will be preparing and serving the meal. You can help by taking a grocery bag, putting the requested items in the bag, and returning it to COR by February 27. Also, consider signing up to help prepare and serve the meal.

The Word for Your Week…
The reflections/questions relate to the highlighted passage for the day.

Prayer for Your Week        attributed to St. Francis
O Lord Jesus, make us instruments of your peace, that where there is hatred, we may sow love, where there is injury, pardon, and where there is despair, hope. Grant, O divine master, that we may seek to console, to understand, and to love in your name, for you live and reign with the Father and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.
Sunday, February 24        Psalm 37    Genesis 45:3-15         Luke 6:27-38
This may be among Jesus’ most difficult teachings to obey. Vs. 31 is what we generally call ‘the golden rule,’ and most of us give our assent to its teaching. But loving our enemies?! How does Jesus’ command to love even our enemies square with the Old Testament vision of “an eye for an eye; a tooth for a tooth?” Does the disparity trouble you? Why or why not?
Monday, February 25        Psalm 38    Genesis 33:1-17       1 Corinthians 11:2-16
This passage is the culmination of years of bitterness and anger between the twin brothers, Jacob and Esau. (Read their story in Genesis 25:19—chapter 33.) Have you ever been afraid to believe that someone has forgiven you? Has anyone ever doubted your forgiveness of them? What finally persuaded you of their sincerity? How did you persuade him/her?
Tuesday, February 26    Psalm 38    1 Samuel 24:1-22         1 Corinthians 11:17-33
In this passage, the psalmist calls upon God to save him—fully trusting that God will do so. At the same time, the psalmist attributes his own suffering to his sinfulness. Do you believe that suffering is a God given consequence for our sin? How does Jesus address this point of view?
Wednesday, February 27    Psalm 38    Leviticus 5:1-13         Luke 17:1-4
This passage is a good example of how the sacrificial system worked in Judaism: If you sin, you make atonement through a sin offering (of an animal you purchase) made by the priest on your behalf. This system differs completely from the way Christians understand God’s forgiveness. Do you see any value in the old sacrificial system of atonement? Explain.
Thursday, February 28    Psalm 99    Deuteronomy 9:1-5         Acts 3:11-16
In this passage, Peter speaks to a crowd of people who have just witnessed the healing of a “crippled beggar.” Peter comments on their amazement that faith in the name of Jesus could bring healing and wholeness. Have you ever witnessed such an amazing healing in Jesus’ name? Have you experienced healing/wholeness through your faith in Jesus? (Your example may not be as dramatic as the healing of the man in Acts 3.)
Friday, March 1        Psalm 99    Deuteronomy 9:6-14         Acts 10:1-8
On the brink of military victory, Moses reminds the people that they will not win the battle because of their own righteousness, but because of God’s will and decision. In fact, several verses of this passage remind the Israelites of their own sin, lest they claim the win for themselves. Have you ever taken the credit for someone else’s results? Why do you suppose that Moses is instructing the people that their victory will come from the hand of God and not from their own actions?

Saturday, March 2        Psalm 99    Deuteronomy 9:15-24         Luke 10:21-24
In this brief passage, Jesus gives thanks to the Father that he has revealed the kingdom of God not to “the wise and the intelligent,” but to “infants” in the faith. Why do you suppose that God chooses to keep things hidden from the powerful, yet discloses them to the powerless?
Family Directory
Our Church of the Resurrection Family Directory is available for viewing or printing at:

(If you don't know the password please contact the church office.)

If your picture is missing or your family information isn’t correct, please contact the directory team at:

If your picture needs updating or you would like your picture included in the directory, Lynn Meyer or John Tompsett would be happy to help. They are usually available after Sunday service, or they can be contacted via email or phone.
If you want to make a special contribution or just simplify your life, there is an on-line giving option for you.  Just click HERE
This Week's Events

Tuesday, February 26
7:00 pm Dart Ball - Home
Wednesday, February 27
5:00 pm Joyful Voices Singers (grades 1-8)
5:30 pm Joyful Praise Handbells (grades 4-8)
6:30 pm Worship with Holy Communion
7:15 pm Confirmation - parents attend with students
Thursday, February 28
3:30 pm Bread of Life Meal - 6th Grade Confirmation
6:30 pm Resurrection Ringers Handbells
7:20 pm Sanctuary Choir

Sunday, March 3
9:00 am Worship with Holy Communion
Sunday School
10:15 am Adult Education
We Pray For:
Prayers for our country, those serving in the armed forces, and our leaders

- Jeanne Kunath,
- Cindy Evinrude
- JR, Beth Berger's cousin
- Tom Stone, friend of the Perrigo's
- Lauren, Bob Kunath's granddaughter
- Jim & Jill Ardis, friends of Salstrom's
- Benny Thielitz
- Kathy Klockow
- Zachary, Barb Mayer's great grandson
- Amber Ove
- Art & Nancy Mitchel, friends of the Perrigo's
- Lisa (Mihas) Nelson-Sauer
- Quinn
-  Michael, Sue Hader's grandson
- Jean
- Jeff, cousin of Diane Kollmeyer
- Jim & Jim, friends of Sue Hader
- Michelle Thalacker
- Eli Hansen, student of Katie Rumohr
- Gloria Mayra, mother of Lyn Owsiak
- Mary
- Vivienne, mother of Sarah Bergman
- Ruth Bergman, mother of Mark Bergman
- Dan Laatsch, brother of Christa Thalacker
- Luella Laske, grandmother of Chris & Michelle Thalacker
- Linda Niemuth, friend of Zells
- Phil, nephew of Pat Faherty
- Eileen Walker, friend of Shawn Motley
- Gus Frank, friend of the Donkel's
- Dave Hicks and Mike Sadler, friends of Larry Donkle
- John Kornely
- Josh, nephew of Pat Faherty  
- Dick Manke
- Karen Witte, friend of the Salstrom's
- Kelly Schlegel
- Joe & Deanna Jordan, in-laws of Pastor Kim
- Levie
- Jenny
- Cory Richardson, son of Kay Richardson
- Ethan Chapman, fiance' of a friend of Shawn Motley
- Jay Lloyd, uncle of Christine Piper
Prayers Loss of Loved One:
- Jim Hoffmann, nephew of Bob Kunath
- Gloria Mayra, mother of Lyn Owsiak
- Shirley Anderson, former member
- Shirley Moreen, mother of Gail Wojtkunski, grandmother of Erin Gould
- Daniel Coogan II, son-in-law of Dennis & Cindy Evinrude
Birthdays This Week:

Black, Owen

Haddix, Mark

Brunner, Jake

Ehrengren, Camden

Bergman, Sarah
Gardner, Erica
Klockow, Luke
Klockow, Noah
Sauer, Lisa

Kehoss, Teagan
Pastoral Emergency?  
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(Fridays 9 am - 2 pm)


Pastor Kimberly Jordan : 262-825-0723 (Cell)
Church of the Resurrection
Pewaukee WI


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