If you oversee an area of ministry or Vestry leadership, you are invited to submitted a written report to be published to the congregation ahead of the January 30 Annual Meeting. Yippee! The longer the […]
The Twenty-fifth Day of December, when ages beyond number had run their coursefrom the creation of the world, when God in the beginning created heaven and earth,and formed man in his own likeness; when century […]
St Paul’s elves were busy making the church gleam and sparkle. A big thank you to Rand Schmidt, Steve Sanders, the Haubrichs, Suzanne Matenaer, Andrew Meechan and Pat Ruttum.
A third member of St. Paul’s has received a positive diagnosis of COVID-19. The patient was last present at St. Paul’s last Sunday, Dec. 12. and began displaying symptoms later the following Tuesday. Both the […]
You may have seen news about a computer vulnerability called “Log4j or Log4j2.” It’s an extremely serious threat, but easy to avoid. Make sure all your work and home computers are receiving and installing patches, […]
This year’s Annual Parish Meeting is scheduled for Sunday, January 30, 2022 following the 10 a.m. Eucharist. Annual Reports are available now! Electing Vestry and Wardens! Interim Rector report! And maybe a bubble machine! Hope […]
If you haven’t yet contributed to Deacon Sheila’s “Farewell Purse” (financial gift fund), it’s not too late. You can contribute between now and the end of the year either by check delivered to the church, […]
At its December 15 meeting, the Vestry elected co-Junior Warden Peter Larson as Interim Treasurer, replacing Janet Tallberg, who stepped down Sunday, Dec. 2 after a Finance Committee meeting. Tallberg is transferring her membership to […]
Common Ground has had a very busy year. You heard about our Get Out the Vote campaign and then our listening campaigns involving 1,000 participants in the Milwaukee area. We are now concentrating in 2022 […]
A second member of St. Paul’s has received a positive diagnosis of COVID-19. The patient was last present at St. Paul’s last Sunday, Dec. 5. and began displaying symptoms later in the week. The patient […]
Dear Friends, On Thursday (Dec. 9), Milwaukee County released its weekly statistical reports about COVID-19, and the news is not good. Of their four color-coded indicators, three are “red” (most severe), and the fourth is […]
Following on the emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, the news that we have a COVID-positive parishioner, new county statistics indicating a rise in COVID cases over the last two weeks, and concerns about […]
Fellow parishioners and friends: It is with mixed feelings that we must inform you that we will be leaving St. Paul’s church. We will be moving to Jacksonville, Fla., where Jennifer has accepted a position […]
Join us this Christmas season in celebrating Jesus’ entry into our world, taking on our nature so we could share in his own. Here’s the schedule of worship services and office availability: Christmas Eve: Holy […]
Deacon Sheila Scott will continue leading in-person Morning Prayer at 10 a.m. Wednesday mornings in the church, and Evening Prayer on Zoom Thursdays at 5 p.m. for the month of December.
December 5: The Gospel of Luke From the Nativity scene to the Good Samaritan to the Penitent Thief, the Gospel of Luke has heavily influenced our popular conceptions of Jesus’ life. Adding to its mystique […]
You’re invited to Nashotah House! On December 9th at 5 pm we will celebrate our Anglican musical tradition with the annual Service of Lessons and Carols. Based upon the original Festival of Nine Lessons and […]
We’re pleased to report that the data released weekly by Milwaukee County on Thursday Nov. 18 indicates lower numbers of new infections, allowing us to return Condition YELLOW at St. Paul’s. That means that sung […]
Usher in the upcoming Advent season by attending All Saints’ Cathedral‘s annual service of Lessons and Carols Sunday, November 28 at 4 p.m.! Presented by the Cathedral Choir in partnership with vocal ensemble Aperi Animam, […]
On Saturday, November 20th (the Saturday before Thanksgiving) we will be holding an Outreach Event in the Church parking lot, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The Event is to gather goods/funds for Interchange Food […]
This year’s Advent booklet from Scott Stoner’s Living Compass, “Living Well through Advent 2021,” is available for pickup in the information kiosk. Pick up yours today!
Join us Wednesday night, November 24 at 6:30 for our annual Thanksgiving Eve Eucharist. The word “Eucharist” means “Thanksgiving,” and it’s appropriate that we begin our holiday celebration with worship. Hope to see you there!
Confirmation is an optional but useful rite of passages during which adults affirm the covenant that their godparents made on their behalf at baptism. It’s a way to take ownership and responsibility of your relation […]
Christmas is coming! Please consider making a generous to the parish’s flower fund so we can offer a beautiful Christmas Eve and Christmas Day service that delights the congregation and honors the birth of Our […]
Chances are we don’t. And as a recent newcomer myself who’s terrible at remembering names, I can tell you that a current photo directory is really helpful! You can help by sending us your favorite […]
If you are age 70½ or older and required to take Required Minimum Distributions (RMD) from a traditional IRA, a smart way to give is through a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD). With a traditional IRA […]
The Milwaukee Chamber Choir, directed by Dr. J. Mark Baker, will present its first concert at St. Paul’s as Artists in Residence on Sunday, November 7th, at 2:30 p.m. A freewill offering will be accepted. […]
We at St. Paul’s have much to be thankful for this November, even as we continue to contend with the challenges of congregational life under COVID-19. Recently, congregational singing was reintroduced in the Sunday service, […]
Don’t you hate when someone’s phone rings in church? Don’t you hate what it’s your phone? Did you know you can set your phone to silence itself automatically during church? It’s easy! On an iPhone, […]
From the Diocese of Milwaukee Leaders from the Episcopal dioceses of Milwaukee, Fond du Lac and Eau Claire have unanimously agreed to pursue reunion. This idea has been talked about since the 1970s. It was […]
This Sunday is All Saints’ Sunday, and Lane will be in Atlanta officiating a marriage. We’re very pleased to welcome back our friend, priest, and scholar, the Rev. Dr. Michael Cover as celebrant and preacher. […]
“All shall give as they are able, according to the blessing of the Lord your God that he has given you.” Deuteronomy 16:17 Our God knows something about leading people into the wilderness and having them […]