Christmas is coming! Please consider making a generous gift 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 […]
Christmastime is approaching and the most delicious and festive way to prepare for celebrations is to stock up on cookies for the season. St Paul’s Hospitality team is hosting a homemade bake sale with cookies […]
You are cordially invited to Lessons & Carols at All Saints’ Cathedral, on Sunday, December 4 at 4 pm! Featuring choral music from the Cathedral Choir and artists-in-residence Aperi Animam and Advent hymns and organ […]
Every member and friend of St. Paul’s is invited to join us for a Stewardship Ingathering and encouraged to return a generous pledge to support St. Paul’s in 2023. If you haven’t received your stewardship […]
After service Sunday November 20th in the Community Room, those who are interested in participating in the growth of community, fostering of fellowship, and inspiration of outreach are invited to attend the Parish Life Committee’s […]
Please join us this Sunday, Nov. 13 at 9 a.m. in the Community Room, and come prepared to offer feedback. The Interim Rector will be moderating a discussion of the proposed reunification of the three […]
This year’s Advent booklet from Scott Stoner’s Living Compass, “Living Well through Advent 2022,” is available for pickup in the information kiosk. Pick up yours today!
A joint statement from the Very Rev. Kevin Carroll, Dean of All Saints’ Cathedral, and the Rev. Lane Hensley, Interim Rector of St. Paul’s The Episcopal Church in Downtown Milwaukee cordially invites the People of […]
Join us Wednesday night, November 23 at 5 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!
The Saturday Codependents Anonymous group is sponsoring an open CoDA Meeting, Saturday, November 12, 2022 at St. Paul’s in the Community Room. Doors open at 8:40 a.m., and meeting and speakers begin at 9 a.m. […]
Dear St. Paul’s parishioners, I want to express my deepest gratitude to you all for the amazing support you have provided me during these past 6 + months since my breast cancer treatment began. Your […]
The Holidays are fast approaching, and Interchange is asking for our help to provide our guests with a holiday dinner. The Pantry’s goal is to provide 1000 families with the traditional holiday meal with a […]
One of the defining characteristics of worship in the Episcopal Church is the Book of Common Prayer, and the first edition was published in 1549! The book defines our rites and observances, providing a mode […]
St. Paul’s Library in the Community Room welcomes you to browse and borrow. Soon Advent books will be front and center. We have a good collection of works on church history, theology, biography, liturgy, prayer […]
Christian Stewardship refers to the responsibility that Christians have in maintaining and using wisely the gifts that God has bestowed. God wishes human beings to be his collaborators in the work of creation, redemption and […]
The season of email fraud seems to be well underway, and scammers prey on the generosity and kindness of church members. But you can protect yourself by remembering some simple rules of thumb: I NEVER […]