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Who We Are

As a congregation, we are committed to the faithfulness of the Lord, growing together in faith by proclaiming the Gospel through song, prayer and worship. We are warm, welcoming people who enjoy sharing the love of Jesus Christ with each other and new friends. Pioneer Lake Lutheran Church is a Christ-centered community focused on nurturing personal spiritual growth, encouraging active involvement and providing care, concern and service to others in our community and around the world.


Palm Sunday Brunch


Pie Social


Pet Blessing

"God's work. Our hands." Sunday Lockup - Square 2015

Volunteer Sunday


Candlelight Service


Lutefisk Dinner


Souper Bowl of Caring


Polka Service & Picnic

Our Mission

The Mission of Pioneer Lake Lutheran Church is to proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of all creation. Led by the Holy Spirit, we are called to reach out to all people with God’s message of love, forgiveness, and eternal salvation.

Our Vision

As a welcoming fellowship of brothers and sisters in Christ, we praise God through song, prayer, and worship. We are nourished by God’s Word and Sacraments and thus
dedicated to love and serve all people in the following ways:

  • Discipleship through Life-long Christian Education
  • Small Group Ministries and Activities
  • Servant Evangelism
  • Active Participation of All Ages
  • Minister to the Physical and Spiritual Needs of People throughout the World

Special Services

Ash Wednesday: We begin our Lenten journey with an Ash Wednesday liturgy that includes Confession of Sins, the Imposition of Ashes and Holy Communion.

Lenten Services: During the 40 days of Lent, we worship on Wednesday evenings. We gather for a light soup supper before the evening service.

Palm Sunday: Features a Procession with Palms and a reading of The Passion.

Maundy Thursday: Gather for evening worship as we recall Jesus’ final meal with his disciples, his washing of their feet and his command to love and concludes with “Stripping of the Altar.”

Good Friday: An afternoon Good Friday service is  conducted by pastors of the Vacationland Ministerial and is rotated annually between other area congregations.  An evening Service of Tenebrae at PLLC.

Easter Sunday: We celebrate Easter with the proclamation of the resurrection, the great hymns of faith and the Sacrament of Holy Communion.

Advent Worship: In the four weeks leading up to Christmas PLLC gathers during week for Worship and soup suppers.

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service: On the evening of December 24th, we sing traditional Christmas hymns, share Holy Communion and celebrate the coming of our Lord with the quiet lighting of candles while singing “Silent Night.”

" that we may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith, both yours and mine."

Romans 1:12


The Church Council (also known as the Congregation Council) is comprised of 11 church members.  The church members are elected by the congregation at the church’s annual meeting.  The church council exists to create and supervise the strategic plan for the local congregation to ensure the Pioneer Lake Lutheran Church has the resources it needs to fulfill its mission.  Council provides input and approval on operational and budgetary matters.

The Church Council meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month unless otherwise noted.  Please contact any member of church council with any questions or suggestions you may have.


Church Council

Pastor Peggy Rose

Jeff Lane -President

Lori Moser -Treasurer

Robin Indemuehle - Secretary

Lawrence Dow

Valerie Hogan

Amy Justice

Linda Rectenwald

Congregational Committee Chairpersons

Evangelism Chair - Seeking Volunteer

Property Chair - Joanie Green

Memorials Chair - Joanie Green

Social Ministry - Seeking Volunteer

Stewardship Chair - Seeking Volunteer

Worship & Music - Jan Britt, Lori Moser, Valerie Hogan, Val Laabs


Brief From History

Pioneer Lake Lutheran Church began over 100 years ago on October 26th, 1903 with 9 charter members and still stands today as a testimony to the power of the Holy Spirit. Worship services in the early years were spoken in Swedish and conducted in homes and local school buildings.  The first church service at our current location was held on May 20th, 1919 in a small white framed church.  Just a few short years later in 1923 English was introduced into the services.

Our church building that resides today was built in 1999 and is the epicenter for continuing God’s work.  Through the years our church has been transformed and renewed through the generous donations and commitments of our members.  We look forward to the fruitful years the lie ahead, as our congregation continues to grow and serve in the teaching of Jesus Christ.