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St. Paul’s Green Team

The Vestry recently approved and adopted a resolution for the parish to participate in the Green Faith Certification program. A tuition fee is required, and we await word on our application for a Meachem Grant to cover it. We’re creating a Green Team with leaders willing to serve in specific ways: clergy, religious education, worship, […]

Palm Sunday Evensong

You won’t want to miss the opportunity to celebrate Choral Evensong at St. Paul’s on the evening of Palm Sunday, March 24th at 4:00pm as the Milwaukee Children’s Choir provides music of Johann Michael Haydn, Herbert Sumsion, Felix Mendelssohn and others in a prayer of extraordinary beauty. Fr. Steve Teague will be the celebrant. Marco […]

WONDROUS LOVE: A Festival of Lenten Lessons & Carols

    Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church warmly invites you to a meditation in Scripture, prose, poetry, and music on our redemption through Christ’s wondrous love as demonstrated by His Passion and Death. Saint Paul’s Choir sings the music of Harold Darke, Christopher Steel, William Ferris, Pergolesi, David Briggs, seasonal carols, and traditional plainchant. • Saturday, […]

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori

January 27, 3:00 PM In calling attention to the “mounting urgency” of environmental degradation and its impact for the planet and all of humanity, the Episcopal Church House of Bishops issued a pastoral teaching last year. “This is the appointed time,” they wrote, “for all God’s children to work for the common goal of renewing […]

Dust off your French…

Dust Off Your French! You’re invited to a special free event in the Great Hall of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church next Thursday, January 24, from 7:00-8:30. Thisspecial production on Louis XV, called The Entertainment of Louis XV will include a talk (in French) by Gabrielle Verdier, French professor from UW-Milwaukee, on the period of Louis […]

Camerata Milwaukee Is Coming to St. Paul’s

Saint Paul’s is proud to present the musicians of Camerata Milwaukee in a program of English Baroque music,  • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd at 7:30PM Program: John Dowland: Seven Lachrimæ (III, IV, VI) Benjamin Rogers: Suite No. 1 in E Minor Henry Purcell: Suite in G Major, Z. 770 George Frideric Handel: Concerto Grosso in G […]

Common Ground Friends

Currently fifteen St. Paul’s parishioners have contributed $2,450 to the Common Ground Friends Campaign. The campaign’s goal of $100,000 will provide nearly 1/3 of C.G.’s operating budget for 2013, and will fuel each of the organization’s issue campaigns in housing, education, and health insurance. This fall, our Core Team committed to raising a minimum of […]

Don’t miss Epiphany Lessons & Carols!

Saturday, January 5, 2013 at 4 p.m. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church warmly invites you to complete this Christmas Season by attending its Epiphany Lessons & Carols Service. The quiet beauty of Epiphany is celebrated through music, meditation, Scripture, poetry, and prayer as T. S. Eliot’s poem “The Journey of the Magi” forms the core of […]

Early Childhood Development at St. Paul’s

St. Paul’s offers a new class for toddlers, children ages 1-4, for their Christian development. The class meets downstairs, in the nursery area. Toddlers will meet in their classroom and not process from the nave with the older children. Caregivers will need to pick up their child and bring them into the church for Communion. […]