FROM RACHEL YATES, PRESBYTERY EXECUTIVE
THE HARDER WORK
One of the COVID changes in our household is that my husband does the grocery shopping.  I haven't been to a grocery store since mid-March.  I create a list, and he braves the store. 

I am amazed sometimes at how little he knows about me after 32 years of marriage.  For instance, raisins.  I really, really don't like raisins.  I enjoy grapes and even other dried fruit on occasion, but not raisins.  Accordingly, when I asked my husband to buy cereal at the store, I never expected ...( READ MORE )
PRESBYTERY PULSE
Look for registration details in an email from the Presbytery. 
This meeting serves as the rescheduled May 16th Presbytery Gathering.
ZOOM MEETING TRAINING
In preparation for the June 15th digital Presbytery Gathering Presbytery staff will be offering three training sessions for how to use and participate in Zoom meetings. 
Training sessions will be offered 
June 8th at 2:00 p.m.
June 11th at 12:00 p.m.
June 11th at 5:00 p.m. 
If you need to learn how to use Zoom, brush up on your Zoom skills, or are just curious about what functions will be used during the Presbytery Gathering join us!  Email Chris Halverson with the date and time you would like to attend and Chris will reply with the link for the training session.
A PENTECOST SERVICE OF WORSHIP
This week we celebrate Pentecost and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.
The Presbytery's worship offering features an introduction video from Workingpreacher.org that carries a message of Pentecost that is both challenging and empowering for today's church.
There are two sermon options, both winners of the Pentecost Preaching contest from A Sermon for Every Sunday. Did you even know such a contest existed?
This interactive service allows you to go at your own pace- reading, praying, and reflecting as well as listening and singing along.
However you come to worship this week, decked out in your Sunday best sitting at your kitchen table or kickin' back in your recliner with your jammies still on, may the Holy Spirit empower you to worship the God who is everywhere and always with you with joy and gladness.  
THE PRESBYTERY OF MILWAUKEE WISHES ALL THE BEST FOR JIM RAND IN HIS RETIREMENT
by Ann Gibbs