Monday, March 25, 2013
The snow might be melting, but not fast enough as youngsters hunt for Easter treasures with their winter boots on.
Heritage Presbyterian Church held its annual Easter Egg Hunt, and although the sun was welcome warmth, the snow has proved too stubborn to melt. However toddlers to pre-teens didn't seem to mind and with baskets and bags in hand, went about the church grounds searching for hundreds of eggs hidden behind trees, in snowbanks and everywhere else. The littlest tykes stayed indoors, finding an equally plentiful stash of the brightly colored eggs strewn about the upstairs and downstairs. Afterward lunch was served with dessert likely the sweets found in the kids' baskets. The event is the first in Muskego, with the Lion's Club event coming next week Saturday, March 30 in Veteran's Memorial Park beginning with a lunch with the Easter Bunny from…
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Join Heritage Presbyterian Church as they launch the first Easter Egg Hunt of the season on Saturday, March 23, come rain or come snow
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Plenty of options in the pews to accommodate anyone's Christmas plans for a meaningful holiday.
In Muskego: Atonement Lutheran Bethel Lutheran Bethlehem Lutheran ELCA Heritage Presbyterian Praise Fellowship St. Leonards Catholic Church St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Nearby: Peace Lutheran (New Berlin) Hales Corners Lutheran St. Joe's Catholic Church (Big Bend) St. Mary's Catholic Faith Community (Hales Corners)
Friday, April 6, 2012
Take time to reflect, pray and worship at a church of your choice.
Atonement Lutheran Bethel Lutheran Bethlehem Lutheran no information available Heritage Presbyterian Peace Lutheran (New Berlin) Praise Fellowship St. Joe's Catholic Church (Big Bend) St. Leonard's Catholic Church St. Paul's Lutheran
Sunday, December 11, 2011
Names gathered by the Food Pantry, and gifts purchased by many organizations, culminate in a warm event on a cold December day.
The Muskego Food Pantry held their annual Christmas party at the Muskego Moose Lodge on Saturday, Dec. 10, granting gift wishes for more than 100 children and families. Kris Huss, a volunteer, said area churches "really stepped up" taking lists of names, shopping and returning wrapped gifts for Santa to hand out. Peace Lutheran Church, Heritage Presbyterian, St. Paul's Lutheran, the Muskego Apostolic Tabernacle and the Muskego Woman's Club along with some families and businesses collaborated to make sure all the names had a gift to go along. "This means so much," said one mom whose 7-year old boy was eagerly unwrapping his gift. "We did this last year and he was looking forward to it again. He even decided to miss his basketball game this …