We will be honoring our graduates next Sunday. The list of graduates is printed in the June Progress. It will also be included in the Sunday Bulletin for June 9 th . (If you have a child or grandchild that was not listed in the June Progress, there’s still time to add him or her – Call the office by tomorrow to have them included in the Sunday Bulletin.

Layette  Month
June is the month designated by Christian Services for the churches in their network to collect articles for the Layette Ministry. As you know, this ministry is conducted here at Pilgrim. If you would like to provide clothing for the layettes, the list of articles needed is in the June Progress.

Thank you!


Juneteenth is the holiday commemorating the end of slavery in Texas, a major milestone. It is celebrated this year on Thursday, June 19th. Pastor Peter wrote an article about the history and significance of this holiday which you will find in our June Progress. Copies of the Progress have been mailed and emailed. If you did not receive yours, please call the office and we will provide you with a copy.

Proud Coffee Hour

The East Lansing Prime Time Seniors’ Program, Vintage Pride 45+ and Salus Center are partnering to bring more programming for LGBTQ+ older adults in the greater Lansing area. 

Every Wednesday at 9:30AM there will be a Proud Coffee Hour at the Hannah Community Center, 819 Abbot Road, East Lansing. Call (517) 337-1113 for more information.


If you would like to take a more active part in the Worship Service, you are invited to sign up to be a liturgist. You’ll receive a “script” with everything you need several days before the service. The sign-up sheet is on the hall bulletin board.

Pastor Peter's Sermons

We can provide copies of Pastor Peter’s sermons on request. Just call or email the office and give Janis the date of the one you want or the subject. We can email to you or mail a hard copy.

Neighborhood Pantry

Thanks to those of you that put food directly in or send in money so that Judy Hackett can purchase food for the pantry. Pilgrim has been able to put in food most days. Depending on the weather, fresh food such as fruits, vegetables, bread, cheese, yogurt and lunch meats have been purchased. Weather dictates some of the items that are put in.

REMEMBER: Food must have a current use date and purchased from a store. Dated and opened items are removed from the Pantry.