As we are all navigating these uncertain times, we have decided to CANCEL all group events scheduled for the remainder of March.
We apologize for the disappointment and inconvenience, but feel it is the most responsible action to take in the best interest of all of our friends and the community at large. We will miss our gatherings very much and will be holding you all in prayer!
However, we WILL continue to hold regular business hours and are available to support you in any way we can. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with ANY needs, even if you just crave a listening ear. We have built some incredible relationships with people organizations throughout our communities and if we cannot provide you with what you need, we can certainly help you find a path that can. More information will be available Monday morning - stay tuned!
In the meantime, we would like to encourage all of our friends to consider those in their lives who may be most vulnerable and check in with them. Those who are out of work or do not have the option to stay home, elderly who rely on various programs for sustenance and socialization, children who are out of school and parents struggling with childcare, and all those with already compromised immune systems will all need more community support during this difficult time. Additionally, food pantries, meals on wheels, schools, churches and other organizations may be in need of extra donations and volunteers to keep up with the increased demand. Let's work together to make sure nobody falls between the cracks as we all adjust to this new reality.
Please remember you are never alone! Call us if there is anything we can do to help you or anybody in your life during this difficult time: 262-277-1928.
A collision of opposites forms the cross of Christ.
One leads downward preferring the truth of the humble.
The other moves leftward against the grain.
But all are wrapped safely inside a hidden harmony:
One world, God's cosmos, a benevolent universe.
BIG NEWS! We moved!
As our ministry expands, so must our space! We are looking forward to serving you at our NEW LOCATION in Saukville! We now share space with other ecumenical community programs in the Parkside United Church of Christ building.
Our new address is: 166 W. Dekora St · Saukville, WI
Hours: M-Th 10-6:30 & additional times by appointment.
We look forward to seeing you in Saukville!
(Mailing Address: 1800 N. Wisconsin St. · Port Washington, WI 53074)
We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Bob Goebel and family
for generously opening their beautiful home to us for our first year of ministry to the Port Washington/Saukville area communities. It has been an amazing year with many successful programs and events, diverse prayer experiences and individuals finding their path toward God. In this space we were able to create a warm, welcoming, safe space for seekers and visitors alike, and because of this our ministry has grown exponentially. While we have outgrown our first home, we will always remain grateful for the time we have spent serving our community at the Goebel home. Thank you!
Thank you to Eagle Scout Thomas Esselman for sharing his time and talent with A Place to Be by building this beautiful labyrinth of his design at our new location! We are delighted to be able to offer this place of peace and contemplation to our guests and are so excited to see the finished project!
To follow the progress of Thomas's project or to make a financial contribution to help him fund it, visit his GoFundMe Page here.
NEW! We are adding a
monthly drumming circle gathering to our calendar! Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 6:30-8:00 p.m. No registration needed - come as you are!
Click here to learn more about the many benefits of Drumming!