Living Hope Church 851 W Dekora St, Saukville, WI53080 Living Hope Church in Saukville is a Lutheran church associated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The…More church's mission statement is to hear, to grow and to serve, and the congregation is invited to a wealth of opportunities such as gatherings, study groups, missions and more.
St. Peters United Church of Christ 166 W Dekora St, Saukville, WI53080 Established in 1868, this large church building invites congregation members and guests through its doors for more than…More just Sunday services. The church posts an array of events on its monthly calendar, offers church school and other study groups, as well as choir groups and much more.
First Congregational Church 131 N Webster St, Port Washington, WI53074 First Congregational Church strives to be "an open and inclusive community of faith." The church offers two Sunday…More services and child care is always available. Please call the church, or visit their website, for more information.
River of Life Lutheran Church 598 W Hillcrest Rd, Saukville, WI53080 River of Life Lutheran Church is a ministry of First Immanuel Lutheran Church in Cedarburg. The church offers a variety…More of youth and Bible studies, as well as small support groups.
Christ the King Lutheran Church 420 W Whitefish Rd, Port Washington, WI53074 Tucked safely in a Port Washington neighborhood, this church occupies nearly the entire block between its spacious…More building and grassy lot. The Lutheran church is associated with Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and offers Sunday services as well as regular prayer groups.
Immaculate Conception Parish 145 W Church St, Saukville, WI53080 Immaculate Conception Parish began as a small stone church built in 1858, but the congregation soon expanded enough to…More create the need for a larger church. The structure that the parish now calls home has stood since 1875, and offers room for more than 400 in the congregation. The church is part of the Arhidiocese of Milwaukee.
Open Door Bible Church 3420 County Road Ll, Port Washington, WI53074 Open Door Bible Church credits a Bible study group as the origins of its congregation in the 1970s. The church is a…More non-denominational congregation, and its stated purpose is what the church calls RBI: Reach, Build, Involve. There are many ways to get involved at Open Door, including Bible studies, breakfast study groups, missions and more.
St. Peter of Alcantara 1800 N Wisconsin St, Port Washington, WI53074 St. Peter of Alcantara is a Catholic church that aims to foster its congregation as community. The church offers child,…More youth, music, adult and family ministries.
St. Simon the Fisherman Episcopal Church 3448 Green Bay Rd, Port Washington, WI53074 St. Simon the Fisherman Episcopal Church is a cozy church that serves as a place of worship for about 40 households. It…More traces its origins to 1965, when small groups of Episcopalians began meeting here, and then in 1966, services began at the church regularly. It offers support groups and outreach services to the community, and invites visitors to join them for its Sunday worship service and coffee hour.
Portview Church 3457 County Road Ll, Port Washington, WI53074 A family friendly place to worship, Portview Church offers programs with a support group focus. For example, Divorce…More Care for adults and DC4K helps families cope with going through divorce. The church also hosts events and groups to uplift the spirit, including study groups and Bible quizzes for kids.
St John's Lutheran Church & Academy 217 N Freeman Dr, Port Washington, WI53074 St. John's Lutheran Church & Academy is a proclaimed faith of tradition, following closely the Old Testament times…More through the practice of liturgical worship. The church occupies an expansive area of land, giving it the room to offer a wide variety of study groups, classes, activities and more.
St. Mary's Congregation 430 N Johnson St, Port Washington, WI53074 A beautifully historic building houses this congregation at the top of one of Port Washington's many hills. The church…More building can be seen atop the hill while driving out of Port Washington's downtown area. The church offers a variety of mass services and study opportunities, and also gets involved in many community charities in need of volunteers.