Don’t forget to turn back your clocks this Sunday, and get an extra hour of sleep! Read more about Daylight Saving Time!
Join Fr. Seth Raymond and participate in Christ’s confrontation with Rome, the New Commandment and Last Supper, the cross and crucifixion, the tomb, and his victory over death. St. Paul’s is located at 914 E […]
Dear Friends, As I’ve mentioned in Sunday announcements, in email news, and on our website, the parking lot at Lincoln Center of the Arts no longer is available to St. Paul’s. The school facilities, including […]
Don’t forget to turn your clocks forward this Sunday, and get up early! Read more about Daylight Saving Time!
March 22, 2023 update: The Outreach Committee has authorized a $2,500 donation to Episcopal Relief for earthquake relief in Turkey and Syria. As I write this, the death toll in Turkey has exceeded 20,000, and […]
St. Paul’s will be closed Thursday in anticipating of a severe weather storm throughout the day. The Renaissance Child Development Center, housed at St. Paul’s, also will be closed, in keeping with their policy of […]
Join us this Sunday for the opening event of African American Heritage Month will be the Adult Formation presentation by Dana Fritz, Milwaukee Marches for Equal Housing, 1967-1968 on Sunday, February 5, at 9 a.m. […]
A member of the parish who was present in worship on Sunday, Feb. 5 tested positive for COVID-19. The patient is experiencing relatively mild symptoms and is taking prescription medication, but reported the infection so […]
On Feb. 5, St. Paul’s begins our observance of African American Heritage Month, and our processional hymn will be Lift Every Voice and Sing, sometimes called the “Black National Anthem.” It’s an extraordinary hymn, and […]
At the January 31 Annual Meeting, we distributed an organization chart identified Vestry committees, the chairs, and the heads of ministries and subcommittees. Minutes later, we conducted elections, and some of the names have changed. […]
Chris Krueger announced at the 184th Annual Meeting last Sunday that she and fellow co-chair Pat Ruttum are turning over the Thrift Shop keys to Matt Pamperin. Krueger and Ruttum took the reins from former […]
Who’s your unsung hero? Which person at St. Paul’s has shown God’s love, power, and compassion to you by their own love, care, sacrifice, thoughtfulness, or kindness? This Sunday at the Annual Meeting, we’ll open […]
The 184th Annual Parish Meeting of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Milwaukee will begin in the Great Hall immediately after the 10 a.m. Eucharist on Sunday, January 29, 2022, and will include a potluck lunch. Please […]
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: May our yearly […]
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 […]
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 […]
St. Paul’s is blessed with a skilled and hard-working lay office staff, including bookkeeper Patrice Hansen, sexton Bill Jankowski, organist and choirmaster Joseph Kucharski, and office administrator Cindy Wilmeth. They keep us going year-round. Please […]
The St. Paul’s office will be closed on Christmas Eve and the Monday after Christmas so our staff can celebrate with their families and friends. Have a very merry Christmas!
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Join us Monday night for a spooky but kid-friendly open house at St. Paul’s! Joseph and Ted have arranged for an undead delightful spectre organist to crank the organ with creepy tunes, Lane is bringing […]
November 6: Philosophy and DemocracyBoth Western philosophy and democracy originated in Ancient Greece. Thus, philosophers throughout the ages have had their critiques of democracy, as well as arguments in support of it. This presentation will […]
Last Sunday’s presentation, Faith in the Midst of Depression, was postponed to this Sunday, October 23 in response to an accidental scheduling conflict with the Interim Rector Forum. Religion and mental health have a complex […]
Life at St. Paul’s has largely — but not completely — returned to normal in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the remaining casualties of pandemic has been the administration of the Blood of […]
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 […]
Shortly after noon last Wednesday, the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Milwaukee, meaning that a tornado had spotted, and residents were urged to take cover. The message many of us received on […]
The St. Paul’s Outreach Committee has resolved to make a leading gift of $2,000 in support of Episcopal Relief and Development after Hurricane Ian destroyed much of central Florida. After announcing in church on Oct. […]
Remember Whack-A-Mole? The amusement park game where you earn points for hammering moles back into their holes before they can hide from your rubber mallet? As fast as you can knock one down, another pops […]
Following a meeting with parishioners, the Interim Rector announced that wine will return to Holy Communion at St. Paul’s in the coming weeks. Parishioners identified restoration of the Blood of Christ as a major concern, […]
Since it was established by St. Paul’s in 1850, Forest Home’s history reflects the historical changes of Milwaukee and its surrounding communities. It is the final resting place to beer barons, industrialists, mayors, governors, senators, […]
Our sister congregation, MIX Church, conducts Sunday worship at the Lincoln Center of the Arts across the street from St. Paul’s, and has generously welcomed our congregants to park in their lot for the last […]
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church believes in prayer. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church respects the privacy of those for whom we pray. If you want to pray with the clergy, please call 414-214-0625. It will be our […]
Missing something? Glasses and glasses cases can be found in the parish office. If you recognize any of these as yours, please let us know so we can arrange a tearful reunion!
The Interim Rector baptized Henry George Pruitt and Penelope Chapman (“Poppy”) Read, grandchildren of Ross and Mary Read, Thursday, Aug. 11 at Nashotah House. Elder grandchild Charlie Read assisted by pouring the water into the […]
Want a change of pace and earlier service this weekend? This Sunday, August 14, the Interim Rector will be preaching and celebrating at the 9 a.m. Eucharist at All Saints’ Cathedral as cathedral dean Kevin […]
Outreach Committee chair Sandra Halgerson has asked that we post this flyer to the website regarding an Interchange Food Pantry Food Drive Sundays, August 14 and 21. [Click here to download.]
The St. Paul’s office will be closed on Labor Day. We’re grateful for our nation’s workforce, and we’ll see you Tuesday morning.
The next Interim Rector Forum will be held at 9 a.m., this Sunday, July 31 in the Great Hall, and everyone is encouraged to participate. The topic will be our ongoing conversation with All Saints’ […]
The next Interim Rector Forum will be held at 9 a.m., Sunday, July 31 in the Great Hall, and everyone is encouraged to participate. The topic will be our ongoing conversation with All Saints’ Cathedral, […]
As part of our continuing effort to collaborate with All Saints’ Cathedral and share resources to the benefit of both congregations, we are pleased to welcome Cindy Wilmeth, office administrator at All Saints’, who started […]
Many thanks to Jon Rauser, Mal Soward-Gatford, and others for their generous gifts to replace our faded and stained flags. The new flags have been placed in the church, and represent us well as Americans, […]
The highest earthly authority in the Episcopal Church is the General Convention, which meets every three years, normally in July and August. Last year should have been the year, but COVID-19 had other plans. So […]
Clergy, Vestry, and Search Committee members gathered with the All Saints’ Cathedral Dean and “Chapter” (the same thing as a Vestry, but for a Cathedral) at the home of Dean Kevin Carroll last Sunday, June […]
Fiber internet service has arrived at St. Paul’s, thanks to Spectrum Enterprise and Trawicki Electric. Almost the entire occupied space within the church now has WiFi access, and we now are in the process of […]
Susan Loris, executive vice president of institutional advancement for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, and wife of St Paul’s artist-in-residence J. Mark Baker, will be Saturday, June 18 at 11 a.m. Members of the parish are […]
The DeKoven Center in Racine is offering its annual Summer Quiet Retreat July 11-14, 2022 for those who appreciate the Christian tradition of deep, private, silent prayer. The retreat will be led by the Rev. […]
Workers completed the arduous task of installing an underground fiber optic cable that ultimately will carry all our internet traffic and our telephone service. The fiber service replaces two DSL lines that fail constantly, resulting […]
They’ve been on the table behind the presider’s chair in the church for 2-3 weeks. If you’re missing a pair, they’re waiting for you!
Interested in becoming a lector and reading scripture in Sunday worship, or just want to brush up on your skills? Howard Hutchinson is offering a Reader’s Worship on Saturday, June 25 from 11-noon at All […]
The weather forecast is for a cold and rainy morning on Pentecost Day, Sunday, June 5. With sadness, we are cancelling Coffee Hour for that day. Better luck on Trinity Sunday!
Effective immediately, you can call staff directly to avoid waiting for a live or automated receptionist. The main number to St. Paul’s is unchanged: (414) 276-6277, and the old extension numbers still work if you […]
“I love your gown darling, but your handbag is on fire!” Tallulah Bankhead is credited with saying to a thurifer. Join fellow Episcopalians for the Milwaukee Pride Parade: Pentecost Day, Sunday, June 5! Note that […]
COVID-19 infections have increased sharply in recent weeks. The current strain is far more infectious, but thankfully, it’s also less virulent. As a precaution, we’re taking these steps starting Sunday, May 22, and continuing until […]
Join us for this free event on the grounds of Milwaukee’s oldest, Forest Home Cemetery: 11-11:30 Memorial Service in the Historic Landmark Chapel and a laying of a wreath in the Garden of Honor 11:30-2:30 Visit with […]
The St. Paul’s office will be closed on Memorial Day. Thank you to all those who gave their lives for the live we now share. We’ll see you Tuesday morning.
The Rev. Dr. Michael Cover, a faculty member at Marquette University and Nashotah House, will be covering as Celebrant and Preacher for this Sunday’s 10 a.m. Eucharist while the Interim Rector is in Louisiana helping […]
Last Sunday, May 1, we offered our Eucharist and later Choral Evensong without our organ. The blowers that bring life to the pipes were not functioning, and all our best efforts changed the situation. Turns […]
The St. Paul’s office will be closed on Independence Day. Time to celebrate our own Independence, and renew our commitment to freedom for all God’s people. We’ll see you Tuesday morning.
Make sure you reserve the space you need by confirming the space’s availability with Lynne Fields, and making arrangements to ensure that you can get into the building and that the building is secured when […]
Following a very busy Holy Week, the choir will observe “Low Sunday” by taking a well-deserved rest. But the lack of great choral music this Sunday doesn’t mean there isn’t something or someone special coming […]
At our April 24 Eucharist on the Second Sunday of Easter, the Interim Rector described longstanding concerns that the Good Friday lectionary risks fueling anti-Jewish sentiment. The language of John 20:19 in the Gospel reading […]
St. Paul’s learned late Wednesday that a person who attended Easter Day services tested positive for COVID the following day. The Interim Rector gave the person communion, and spoke with the person in the receiving […]
The Interim Rector’s monthly Forum continues Sunday, May 15 at 9 a.m. in the Community Room, and you know how scintillating he is! Join us as we continue thinking together about how God is calling […]
Join us for Holy Week and Easter Day services in 2022: Palm Sunday marks the Visitation of the Bishop with Confirmation, Reception, and Reaffirmation of baptismal vows offered Sunday, April 10 at 10 a.m. Maundy […]
This Palm Sunday, April 10, our bishop will return to St. Paul’s to preach, teach, celebrate Eucharist, and invoke the power and sanctity of the Holy Spirit through Confirmation or Reaffirmation of our Baptismal Vows, […]
The COVID-19 Opening Committee and the Vestry have approved a set of additional relaxation of COVID-19 protocols, paving the way for a return to Coffee Hour in the Great Hall and/or outdoors. Under the new […]
Please help us beautify the church for Easter Day by making a generous gift to our Easter flowers fund. You can give online easily and safely, and include a memorial message remembering those you love […]
Bishop Jeffrey Lee is coming to St. Paul’s on Palm Sunday, April 10 for our 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist. He’ll preach and celebrate, and also officiate Holy Baptism and Confirmation, receive any Christians who want […]
St. Paul’s is in the news again! On April 8, the Shepherd Express published Adam Levin’s story, “Tiffany Windows, Flemish Tapestries and Beautiful Bells at St. Paul’s Church,” and three days later, the Milwaukee Journal […]