Posts by Chuck Werth

Morning Prayer, Evensong & Compline

Sung Morning Prayer for Sunday (Weekly) and (Monthly) Choral Evensong are available for worship-at-home by clicking this link. It will take you to our At-Home Resources page where recorded worship services and downloadable service leaflets are available for the five most recent Sunday services. Sung Compline is available by clicking this link. A downloadable service […]

Music Recorded at St. Paul’s

Music from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Milwaukee The Rev. W. Bradley Toebben, Rector Canon Joseph A. Kucharski, Director of Liturgy and Music Mr. Tedd. L. King, Associate Organist The Choral Scholars of St. Paul’s Church Schantz Organ Co. (Opus 2307, 2012) – 51 ranks. 3050 pipes. 4 divisions. 3 manuals. 42 stops. 61 registers YouTube […]

Messages from the Rector

June 26, 2020 God’s Abiding Presence Romans 6:4 New Revised Standard Version, Anglicized (NRSVA)4 Therefore we have been buried with him by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life. The first spring I was in my […]

Easter and Holy Week Videos

Videos & Downloadable Resources Dear Friends, In the extraordinary time in which we are living, it is deeply disturbing that we will not be able to gather physically as a community to celebrate Holy Week. As I have said before, despite that reality and regret, I truly believe this year offers us the opportunity to experience […]

Holy Week & Easter At-Home

Videos & Downloadable Resources Dear Friends, In the extraordinary time in which we are living, it is deeply disturbing that we will not be able to gather physically as a community to celebrate Holy Week. As I have said before, despite that reality and regret, I truly believe this year offers us the opportunity to experience […]

Be Still and Know

From the Rector March 31, 2020 I’ve been thinking alot about Lazarus the last couple of days. What would it be like to return from the dead? Perhaps much the same as to be half dead. Many of us can identify with the latter. It seems as if we are half alive: tied-up at home, […]