I-94 & SS (exit 290)   •   N14 W27995 Silvernail Rd Pewaukee, WI 53072 • 5 pm on Sundays  (262) 548-3744

Coming Soon!

The Rest Stop Hospitality & Meeting House* has grown out of New Vision Church’s desire to meet the practical needs of people in our neighborhood. When New Vision’s pastor arrived in 2017 he quickly noticed that the parking lot was frequented by motorists off of I-94. Out of a desire to be more than a parking lot, he asked “how can we serve not just those who come to our building for church, but the almost equal number of people who come to our parking lot?” That question birthed the beginnings of “The Rest Stop Hospitality & Meeting House.”
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New Vision Church’s conviction as Jesus followers** is not only to meet together on Sundays, but also to provide hospitality to neighbors and strangers. Like the yard sign says, “no matter where you are from, we’re glad you’re our neighbor.” We invite all to respectfully utilize our property to meet your needs. We hope some of you will become friends.
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We invite…
Those traveling on I-94 to use our parking lot to take a break, use your cellphone, get help for your vehicle, eat a picnic lunch, walk your dogs, and care for your children. We will be working on providing for those basic needs with signage, picnic tables, dog waste bags, vending, and phone numbers to get help. We hope to offer a charging station and public access to bathrooms in the future. We consider you a friend, no matter your background, even if we only know you for 5 minutes!
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The community to request use of our space for neighborhood gatherings (think bonfires, game nights, rummage sales, celebratory parties, and neighborhood gardens), co-working space, art exhibit space, and as a venue for church gatherings and events.
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For more information please like our Facebook page where you can keep up with events, or contact us by e-mail, TheRestStop94@gmail.com
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*We chose the name “Meeting House” on purpose. It is what our forerunners called their church buildings in the 1700s and 1800s. We think it is also a great description of what we want our building to be – a place of face-to-face meeting. In our increasingly divided culture, we want to be a place where people can meet respectfully around shared interests or shared humanity, in the hopes we will increasingly learn to listen to each other and appreciate unique perspectives. We think this is one way to follow Jesus’ command to love our neighbors. 
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**While certainly not exhaustive, Christian belief and practice can be summed up in three instructions of Jesus: 1) Love the Lord your God will all your heart, soul and mind (Matthew 22:40), 2) Love your neighbor as yourself (Matthew 22:40), and 3) Go and make disciples (Matthew 28:16-20).
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