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Diversity Sunday is June 30th

Join the St. Paul’s community for our joyous annual celebration of our great strength — Diversity! Diversity Sunday will start at 8 a.m. with St. Paul’s traditional spoken service. The 10:15 service will feature special music and liturgy, followed by a festive jazz reception and light lunch in the outdoor courtyard off of Knapp Street. […]

Deanna Singh: “I Am a Boy of Color and I Am a Girl of Color” |African American Heritage Lecture Series #4

This video was the fourth in a four part series offered during the African American Heritage Celebration hosted by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Milwaukee, WI. This education session featured Deanna Singh, BA, JD, MBA. Singh, a Milwaukee native, is recognized as a leading authority in building innovative opportunities within underserved communities. As Chief Change […]

Great events in February!

We had a wonderful series of Adult Formation sessions in February during our African-American Heritage Celebration. The theme of the series was “The Art of Healing.” The committee members are pictured above:  Paulette Kelly, Cathy Simpson, David Simpson, Susie Canady, Brenda Dillard, Flo Dukes (Chairperson), and Kenneth Robinson.  The entire month’s festivities were in honor […]

A whole new season of Adult Formation discussion

Spring 2018 update!   April 22   “K-12 Milwaukee Landscape: Decades of Choice”        P. Haubrich, Ph.D. and P. Luebke, Ph.D.        St. Paul members and Milwaukee educators revisit private school choice in Milwaukee. 29   “Helping People Accept Terminal Illness”         Ed. Filmanowicz, M.D. and Sheila Scott, B.S.N.     […]

Making 200 lunches together

Church volunteers launched a new bag lunch program Friday evening to complement the hot lunches we serve every few months at The Gathering meal program in downtown Milwaukee. Under the leadership of Kathee Phillipson and Jennifer Williams, adults and children from St. Paul’s rallied to prepare 200 bag lunches for Gathering guests to take with them after finishing their hot lunches. […]

Get to know Father Brad Toebben

The Reverend Warren Bradley Toebben A Midwesterner by birth, Brad grew up in Jefferson City, Missouri and was baptized at First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in 1972. He graduated from the University of Missouri at Columbia in 1986 with a BSBA in Finance/Commercial Bank Management. That same year, he was confirmed as a Roman […]