Guilds and Organizations

If you would like more information or are interested in joining one of the groups listed below,
contact the Church Office at 262-334-0375 or

Dartball League 

Dartball is a popular game that combines darts and baseball. There are two 9-player teams that take turns throwing a dart a game board shaped like a baseball diamond. Similar to traditional baseball, the goal is to hit a single, double, triple, or home run. Dartball uses baseball-like rules and scoring. Dartball does not require an abundance of athletic skill; players need only to possess the ability to aim and throw a dart underhand at the  4' x 4' game board. Dartboard is open to all confirmed LCMS members who are interested in a fun evening of friendly competition. The Dartball season begins in September and runs through the winter months. Area churches take turns hosting the games on Wednesday evenings. 

Pilgrim's Ladies Guild & LWML

While Pilgrim's Ladies Guild and LWML are two separate entities, they meet together at Pilgrim on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, September - June, at noon in the New Fellowship Hall. Every woman in the LCMS is eligible to become a member of the LWML, while only members of Pilgrim are eligible to become a member of Pilgrim's Ladies Guild.

The Pilgrim's Ladies Guild is committed to taking care of the needs of Pilgrim. One of their many contributions is the leadership they provide for the Funeral Committees. Additionally, the Ladies Guild has taken on the care and keeping of the Church Kitchen and has raised money to facilitate the purchase new cooking equipment, blinds for the New Fellowship Hall, and the replacement of carpeting. The most cherished aspect of the Ladies Guild is the opportunity it provides for supportive friendship and fellowship amongst the women of Pilgrim.

The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) is an official  auxiliary of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod with chapters throughout the United States. For over 77 years, the LWML has focused on affirming each woman’s relationship with Christ, encouraging and equipping women to live out their Christian lives in active mission ministries and to support global missions. The LWML is most well-known for their "Mites for Missions," which have provided over $100 million to mission work around the world. In addition to supporting the national LWML global mission projects, Pilgrim's chapter also supports the missionary work done by Rev. Micah Wildauer in Togo, West Africa.


Pilgrim Pioneers
The Pilgrim Pioneers meet in the New Fellowship, on the 1st Tuesday of the month at noon. This group is open to Pilgrim's member who are 55 or older. They gather for a bag lunch, a devotion, and card games. 

Pilgrim Quilters
This talented group of women meet the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month in the Old Fellowship Hall to create quilts. Over the years, these quilts have been donated to charities and service organizations through the United States and Africa. The Pilgrim Quilters invite all men and women to join them. Sewing experience is not required; there are many jobs to quilt-making that do not involve sewing. 


Sunshine Circle
The Sunshine Circle is a group that meets various times througout the year to craft handmade cards. These cards are then mailed to Pilgrim members who are shut-in, battling illness or in the hospital, as well as residents in local assisted living communities. 


Walther League
This group meets the 2nd Sunday of the month in the New Fellowship Hall at 5:30 pm. Walther League is open to all youth in eigth grade through twelve grade.