We encourage giving as an act of worship.
We encourage giving as an act of worship.
At Pioneer Lake Lutheran, giving is something we do with a spirit of joy in response to the love and forgiveness we have freely received in Jesus. We never give out of obligation or guilt. Your tax deductible gift works to help those in need and support our church community.
During the weekend service, there’s an opportunity to give as offering plates are passed. Our offering envelopes are available in the pews.
It is now possible and convenient to give online using this website. Donations are simple and secure via your debit card, credit card, or bank account. You may customize your donations to be one-time or recurring gifts.
We can also mail our tithes and offerings. If you would like to mail a gift, you can send it to our main address: Pioneer Lake Lutheran Church, 3675 Church Road, Conover, WI 54519.
You may donate vehicles, real estate, stocks, mutual funds, life insurance, annuities and trusts as gifts or do a planned gift as a portion of your estate. If you are interested in giving a gift in this way, please email email@example.com or call 715-479-4966.
Our building is important to our vision; it is a community resource and the epicenter of our mission to meet the needs of our neighborhood. It’s where we are building momentum for the work of God.
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Achieving the campaign’s goals will not be possible without your help. The Campaign is our opportunity to invest in the future of this church, deepen relationships and expand ministry opportunities that serve our neighbors and communities in the United States and around the world. Learn More >>
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Reaching out in Christ’s name. Pioneer is committed to reaching out to our community and to the world through ongoing missions and service. Throughout the year, there are a variety of opportunities to serve either as an individual or as a family. These outreach opportunities include:
The Vacationland Ministerial Association supported ministry will offer financial assistance with utility bills, gasoline, food and clothing vouchers, and help navigate the available services to those in need in Vilas County. CARITAS is in need of more volunteers for this work. CARITAS is located at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Eagle River, and is open on Wednesday every week, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. If you would like to volunteer, Pastor John will give you more information. In addition, CARTIAS is seeking donations of furniture (lamps, tables, chairs) for their ministry location at St. Francis Church, furniture enabling clients to feel more comfortable as they wait to visit with a volunteer. If you have furniture to donate, please see Pastor John.
Help feed our local community consider non-perishable food donations of cereals, pasta, box dinners, baked beans, ketchup, soups, canned fruit and vegetables, paper products (toilet paper, paper towel, Kleenex tissues), laundry and dish soap. Please place donations in the bin in the narthex.
Announced a fund-raising program called “Closets to Cash Campaign”. They have partnered with a textile recycling organization and is collecting old, torn, stained and unwanted clothing items. Fredric Place receives payment per pound of textiles collected and recycled. You are invited to bring the following items to church-in plastic bags or bring them your self to Fredrick Place.
Frederick Place is a 16-bed emergency, temporary shelter for families, women and men who are experiencing homelessness. It is operated by The Northwoods Alliance for Temporary Housing Inc. (NATH), which is a not-for-profit corporation. We are located at 204 W. Frederick Street, Rhinelander Wisconsin.
Frederick Place is committed to ending and preventing homelessness. Along with NATH, we exist to provide safe housing and basic needs to families and individuals who are homeless, within an atmosphere of encouragement, respect, dignity, and hope, while nurturing and promoting self-sufficiency and independence.Visit Fredreick Place Website
Food is being collected for children who may not have enough food on the weekends.
Pioneer Lake Lutheran Church is partnering with Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Eagle River in collecting food items for the Weekend Backpack Program. Please help by donating any of the following items:
Items may be placed in container located in narthex, droped off at Prince of Peace or pickup may be arranged for larger quantities.
Kiva is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world. As a community PLLC has established its own Kiva funding account. If you’d like to contribute to this fund please click on the donate now button. For more information please contact Rita Kickert (715-547-6972).
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