St. Paul’s is a welcoming and inclusive community of about 280 members who come from all over the greater Milwaukee area.
We treasure the richness and diversity God has given our community, as it enhances our understanding of God.
Frank Almond’s highly-acclaimed concert series Frankly Music brings the inspiring Miró Quartet to St. Paul’s for an evening of spectacular music. On the program:
Join us for this incredible evening.
ATTENTION! St. Paul’s parishioners and friends can take advantage of a special discount! When ordering tickets, use the code StPaul14 for a 25% discount! (Sorry, students don’t qualify for the discount, but student prices are already a bargain!)
Tickets can be ordered here. Don’t forget to use your discount code for great savings!!
Good morning. It’s great to be here with you at St. Paul’s this morning. Your Rector and Wardens have invited me here as a way of introducing me to you as I begin a three month process of working with Father Steve and your vestry. During these upcoming months your vestry will be re-discerning their perceptions of the best of what St Paul’s is today and the best of what St. Paul’s can become in the future. I will remain invisible to most of you, as my work will be behind the scenes, encouraging your leadership to use their many gifts to lead St. Paul’s into a sustainable and life-giving presence for the new and challenging time in which we live.
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Who wants to hear a sermon from Leviticus? If you raised your hand, you may not know much about Leviticus. That’s okay. A lot of folks don’t, and don’t care to. But you’re getting a sermon from Leviticus today anyway. I feel like I have to give you some of this stuff, too – it’s in the Bible, after all.
In the Old Testament reading from Deuteronomy, Moses presents a clear choice to the Israelites before they crossed the river Jordan and entered the Canaanite civilization. On one hand, life and blessing and on the other, death and adversity.
Join the wonderful Master Singers of Milwaukee for their latest concert, Comfort and Supplication, featuring the music of J.S. Bach (Jesu, meine Freude), Felix Mendelssohn (Hear My Prayer), Gustav Holst (Psalm 148), Vladimir Martynov (The Beatitudes), and William Walton (Missa Brevis). tickets for adults are $18, seniors (55+) $15, and students $5. For tickets and further information, call 888-744-2226 or online at www.mastersingersofmilwaukee.org
Don’t miss this evening of food for the soul! And… bring a friend—share the beauty!
• Master Singers of Milwaukee present Comfort and Consolation
• Saturday, March 8th at 7:30pm
• St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 914 East Knapp Street Milwaukee
Jesus once said to his disciples, “You are the salt of the earth.” Just figure he includes us, too. Even though Jesus sounds pro-salt, I don’t think he endorses our modern addiction to salt. So keep tasting your fries before you salt them. Salt used properly savors and preserves, and at the right temperature melts snow. I’ve learned what those big trucks are scattering out the back now that I’ve been here into my seventh winter. At least Jesus doesn’t say, “You are salt of the road. Go stick to cars and turn them white.” Salt usage can be overdone.
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I, being of not so sound mind, do hereby proclaim today as Waiting Sunday. I know, you’re thinking: “Didn’t we wait enough in Advent?” “Yes, but,” when what you await arrives, something new appears for your next “wait.” And we wait all over again. So today – I call out Waiting.