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.
 
Twice a month, your MC will get together. Expect food and catching up, some updates from everyday circles in 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?

To Join a Missional Community

browse the list below, then email info@lakepointmuskego.org for the scoop on how to join

Young Adults

20’s MC
Friday or Sunday Nights, Time TBD, Location TBD.  We get together on the weekends to connect, grow in faith, and live the mission of Jesus amongst our everyday relationships.
 
MC for Early Couples, Careers and Relationships
Every other Tuesday, 6pm, Rotating Homes among Muskego/Milwaukee/Tosa. Figuring out careers, faith, and relationships is what we do!

 

Families (Bring your Kids!)

MC for Families Every other Monday, 6:30-8pm, Solnok’s Home off Hillendale Drive. We’re opening life, parenting of young kids, and the book of Acts when we get together.
 
MC to Foodie Families and Homeschoolers 2nd & 4th Sundays, Time TBD, Alex’s Home off 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.
 

Women

Women’s Missional Community Every other Tuesday, 6:30-8:30,  Schmear’s Home, Greendale. A group where we can be fed mentally, spiritually, and emotionally while sharing dinner together.  
 
Women’s Evening Study – Job – The Story of Unlikely JOY Thursdays, 6:30 PM, Lakepoint Church’s Momentum Room.” Discover the redemptive side to Job’s story of suffering. Learn to use pain to strengthen your faith, point others to the gospel, and remember God’s providence will never take you to a place where His grace will not sustain you.” – Lisa Harper. This study has a free online video each week that we will watch together. Afterwards, there will be discussion from the workbook and we’ll end the evening in prayer. If you miss a week, you can watch the video from home for free.  
 
Women’s Morning Study of Acts Wednesdays, 9:15-11:30 am, Cavanaugh’s Home on Bass’ Bay, 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, but Wednesdays at 7:00 will be a starting point.

 

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 in 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 off 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 off Kristen Drive in 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.