Saturday, March 21 -10am, Couples Workshop. Please sign up in the foyer, so that we will know how to prepare.
Saturday, March 28 – 9am – Security Ministry Meeting. If you are interested in being a part of this ministry, please join us.
Early voting begins Monday, March 16 at Zeidler Municipal Building, 841 N. Broadway. Souls to the Polls is recommending that you early vote on Sunday, March 29 and Sunday, April 5. If you are interested in the Sunday early vote, the church will sponsor rides to the early vote site on those 2 Sundays. Please sign up. Additional dates and times to vote posted in the foyer.
The Ministry of Christian Education prays that you are being blessed by our General Assembly during the Sunday School Hour. We invite you to attend and please feel free to continue to submit your comments and questions.
Every Wednesday until April 8, we will have Lenten Services at Mt. Moriah, 418 West Christine Lane @ 7:00 pm. Please note there will be no Wednesday or Thursday Bible Classes. 12 Noon Lenten Service will be held at Evergreen Baptist Church 1138 West Center Street. All are urged to attend!
CPR- Classes! If you signed up for the class, we will get a date to you soon.

American Baptist “A Love Thy Neighbor Campaign” for Puerto Rico. Donations will be taken until end of March. Use the Other line on your offering envelope enter ABC and the donation will go to the cause.


Happenings Here, At Pilgrim Rest:

Attention Members:  Are you interested or know someone who may be interested in working for Pilgrim Rest?  We are looking for a church custodian to maintain the cleanliness of the church.  If you are detail oriented, organized and committed, we are looking for you!  Duties will include cleaning and disinfecting, vacuuming and sweeping, shinning and maintaining the sanctuary, fellowship hall, offices, restrooms, classrooms and other spaces as assigned. 

 This is a part-time role with flexible hours.  If you are interested in discussing the details of the role, please see Sister Lynne LaGrant or Sister Jeanette Davis for more details.                                                        

Shape Your Future. Start Here.

What is the 2020 Census?

Every 10 years, as required by the Constitution, the federal government counts everyone who lives in the United States. This count includes the collection of basic information, such as age, sex, and race, about every person living in each household.

When will the 2020 Census start?

The U.S. Census Bureau will begin sending 2020 Census packets to households in March 2020.

The value of the census

Our responses to the 2020 Census are vital for shaping the future for ourselves, our families, and our communities, including the people our faith tells us we should help the most. Data collected in the census are used to:

Provide a picture of our nation that is used to help determine where to build new schools, hospitals, and businesses.
Inform the allocation of more than $675 billion in federal funding to states and communities each year for programs that support education, housing, health care, transportation, food needs, and more.
Monitor, enforce, and evaluate civil rights laws, regulations, and policies designed to prevent discrimination and ensure voting rights.

How can I respond to the census?

In 2020, for the first time ever, the Census Bureau will accept responses online and by phone, but you can still respond by mail if you prefer. You can respond as soon as you receive your 2020 Census packet. Be sure to count everyone who is living in your household.

Can the information I provide for the census be used against me?

No, it cannot. The Census Bureau is very strict about protecting the privacy and confidentiality of every individual and household. This protection is required by law, with severe consequences for violations. The Census Bureau is not allowed to share information about individuals or specific households, and your information cannot be used against you by any government agency or court—not by the police department, DHS, ICE, FBI, or CIA.

Recruiting Temporary Workers for the 2020 Census

The recruiting of hundreds of thousands of temporary workers for the 2020 is now underway.

The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting 2.7 million people across the country to assist with the 2020 Census count.  Learn more about the jobs so you can earn some extra income while helping your community

Easy to Apply

Applying for one of these jobs is simple. Just visit 2020census/jobs or call 855-JOB-2020 and select option 3 for more information. Pay rates for field and clerical jobs can be found at 2020census.gov/jobs/pay-and-locations.

What’s next?

In the coming weeks and months, you’ll hear more from us about the 2020 Census, including information about its value and its confidentiality protections and how the count will be conducted. Together we can stand up and be counted.

You can learn more about the 2020 Census at 2020census.gov.

Pilgrim Rest Partners with the Community:

*MPS Tutoring Program, we need volunteers

 *Life Line Screening ​​Friday, May 22, 8am-5pm

*DNC 2020

*Census 2020

 TIN= Targeted Investment Neighborhood

SPCA= Sherman Park Community Association

Ascension St. Joseph’s

Blanket of Love
Strong Baby
Community Health

 Outreach Community Health Centers

Keep Milwaukee Clean

Milwaukee Police Department 7th District

 YIA=Youth in Action

AWS=After Worship Service

*=Volunteers Needed

We are looking for volunteers to help with some of the events that the Church will host. You will not be committed to a Ministry for Life! If you want to help with one event, that’s perfectly fine. You will be committed to that event from beginning to end. There are so many opportunities for you to use your gifts as much as or as little as you want to. The key is that you get involved in something!

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