Missional Communities are where the rubber meets the road. It’s not a hand-holding and hugging event, but you do have to be big enough to help someone out, and even admit you need help too once in a while.
 
Regularly your MC will get together. Expect food and catching up, some updates from everyday circles and everyday life, discussion around the Bible, and whole lot of application. 
 
You don’t have to know a lot about the Bible; you don’t have to know anything about the Bible! Just keep an open mind and throw your two cents in.

Getting The Point

Five Questions We Ask While Studying Any Scripture
 
1. Retell the story in your own           words.
2. What does this tell us about      God?
3. What does this tell us about      people?
4. What should this change for us?
5. Who else needs this?

Find a Missional Community

email us at info@lakepointmuskego.org to join

Young Adults

MC for Early Careers and Relationships
Tuesdays or Fridays, Time TBD, Location TBD Figuring out careers, faith, and relationships is what we do!

 

Families (Bring your Kids!)

MC for Family Values 1-2x/month Sundays, 5-7 PM, Hall’s Home, S77W16958 Casey Drive, Muskego. Our vision centers around young families.  We will strive to be a safe place to discuss parenting strategies, form meaningful relationships and grow together with God’s love.
 
MC for Families Every other Tuesday, Time TBD, Solnak’s Home, W197S7694 Sunny Hill Dr, Muskego. Details are coming soon, so give us your ideas!
 
MC to Foodie Families and Homeschoolers 2nd & 4th Mondays, Time TBD, Alex’s Home, 11222 W. Janesville Rd., Hales Corners We’re on a mission to Everyday Circles with Farm to Table Efforts and Homeschool Communities.  Combining those relationships with Church connections, we’ll host these gatherings to keep growing each other toward Jesus.
 
Monthly MC for Parents in All Stages of Life 1st Fridays, 6:30-8:30, Felch’s Home, W187S7032 Gold Dr, Muskego Our focus will be on family/parenting studies.  We’ll use a books or video series as an intro, then group discussion and end with a time of prayer.   Best fit is families with elementary to jr high kids, single parents are welcome.
 

Women

Women’s Missional Community Every other Tuesday, 6:30-8:30,  Schmear’s Home, 5570 Angle Lane, Greendale.  
 
Women’s Evening Study – Power of a Praying Woman Thursdays, 6:30 PM, Lakepoint Church’s Momentum Room. This book has 31 short chapters grounded in scriptures. Each chapter guides us in our conversations with God about purpose, family, healing, faith and love.  Expect these discussions to be a strong foundation in bringing together our faith sisters at Lakepoint Church!
 
Women’s Morning Study of Acts Wednesdays, 9:15-11:30 am, Cavanaugh’s Home, Muskego This study group is great for forming a better understanding of the Bible. Expect 2-3 hours of prep and homework.  We are at all different places in our faith journey.

 

Men

Men’s MC Days/Times/Location TBD

 

Anyone

MC for Missional Movers Monthly, Lakepoint Church Momentum Room We’re looking at doing a project every month that’ll bring something good from Jesus to Muskego, Milwaukee, and all the way to Peru!  Service projects, partnerships, fundraisers, and other things. This isn’t a Bible Study. When we’re not planning, we’ll be out there doing.
 
MC to Wind Lake / Waterford 2nd & 4th Tuesdays, 5:45-8:00, Engler’s Home, 28700 East River Bay Dr, Waterford. We start each night with dinner for the whole family and then have the kids do homework or play in the basement with some sitter supervision.

 

Empty Nesters

 
MC for Empty Nesters and Missional Projects 2nd Tuesdays of the Month, 6:45-8pm, Zvara’s Home, W173 S7988 Scenic Dr., Muskego. Our Community is generally a group of empty nesters, meeting 2nd Tuesday of the Month, at the Zvara Home, 6:30-8:00pm.   We’re getting out for monthly missional projects as well as serving our local community and beyond.
 
MC to Empty Nesters 1st & 3rd Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30, Hofmeister’s House, W178S7791 Kittery Ct, Muskego. We’re on mission with and for 55+ friends and acquaintances in our local community.  Dinner and a theater show once a quarter helps us connect in a wider range of relationships.  A second mission may be within a retirement housing facility.