Sunday April 5 Services
On Palm Sunday, April 5, we will not be meeting together, but we will still give out palm crosses to anybody who comes through the Drive-thru Prayer Service from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. We will still have one service at 10 a.m. It will be online only. You will be able to watch on our Facebook page, our YouTube page or listen on lighthouse.radio. After the service, we will be offering a Drive-thru Prayer Service from 11-12 p.m. We would love to see you and pray with you. Everybody who comes by will receive a bag of goodies, and a palm cross from Pastor & Mrs. Hoover. You can do this all from the comfort of your vehicle.
Sunday April 12 Services
On Easter Sunday, April 12, listen to Lighthouse Christian Radio or watch on our social medial sites as Pastor Hoover hosts our Easter Sunrise service at 6 a.m. Drive over to the church for our 9 a.m. Easter Drive-in Service where Pastor Hoover will preach outside, and you will be able to participate from the comfort of your car. Following the service, we will be offering a free “to-go” brunch for everyone.
Until we can resume church in person, Pastor and Matt Middlebrooke will be hosting a radio broadcast called, “Prayer on the Air,” on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday night (6PM-7PM). Comment on our YouTube channel, our Facebook page or call (414) 342-1234 during the broadcast to share your prayer request.
Patch the Pirate Club
Patch the Pirate Club will meet Thursdays at 7PM – 8PM online. Mrs. Hoover & Miss Katelyn will host a one hour online program for kids K4-6th Grade. You will be able to watch on our Facebook page, our YouTube page or listen on lighthouse.radio.
A Note of Encouragement
Even in the midst of the mandated social distancing, we hope to stay in touch with everyone. We are praying for all of you during this difficult time. We encourage you to continue giving your tithes and offerings for the work of the Lord through online giving at shbcmilwaukee.com/give. We will still be providing financially for our missionaries around the world. Your help is needed and would be greatly
Pastor Paul J. Hoover