October 19, 2018






Join us Sunday:

Worship Service 9:30-11:15* AM

Youth Sunday School after service*

Adult Bible Study after service*

*Approximately 11:15 AM


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Weekly Fellowship Hour

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Adult Forum/Bible Study

After Service ~ Conference Room

Current Topic: Prophetic Voices of the Hebrew Bible


10th Annual

Mardi Gras Ball

Friday, March 1, 2019
Crown Plaza Milwaukee West

Our biggest fundraising event of
the year! Join us for dinner, dancing,
a great silent auction and more! >>


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Bus Fundraiser!

Help raise money for a new bus! >>


Read our September Newsletter

A guest sermon Rev. Dr. Linda Thomas "Interrogating Hope: Some Initial Thoughts on the Passing of Two Great Black Women," a message from Pastor Michelle on National Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month, a quick intro to Vicar Isabelle, plus updates from Cross' ministries, upcoming events, community news and more! >>


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STEM Summer Camp

Location Milwaukee College Prep, 1350 W. North Avenue, Room 309

Presented by Lindsey Heights

STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering & Math


Hosted by Milwaukee College Prep -- Lola Rowe North Campus
1350 W. North Avenue, Milwaukee -- Room 309


Session A: June 18-22, Grades 3 & 4


Software Engineering: Introduction to Scratch Game Design

What's more fun that playing an interactive video game? Writing one! Campers will be introduced to video sensing and designing and programming their own viedo games.



Amazing Robotics

The Camp uses LEGO WeDo Robots for students to create projects. Processors, motors, sensors and LEGO bricks are used to create a variety of projects. While working in pairs, students will build, learn how to program and operate their creations using a laptop computer.


Session B: June 25-29 -- Grades 4 & 5


Game Design Lab: Kodu Mario Kart Racing

Create your own racing video game using Microsoft's Kodu gaming environment. Learn the foundations of coding while kicking creativity into high gear with Kodu Kart Racing.



Robotics: Robo Battles

In LEGO Robo Battles camp students create, program and control robots designed to perform challenges such as the SumoBots, Jousting or the Catapult Challenges. Students use LEGO Robotics and computers to learn the principles of robotics, coding and teamwork.


Children enrolled in both morning and afternoon sessions should bring a bag lunch for each day of camp.

Send all questions, registration forms and scholarchip applications to LaRhonda Bennett at lgbennett13@gmail.com

Sponsored by Walnut Way & Cross Lutheran Church



Monday, 18 June 2018, 08:30am - 03:30pm