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A Celebration of New Ministry

The Wardens, Vestry and Parish of St. Paul’s request your prayers and presence at the Institution of Rev Bradley W. Toebben as our 23rd Rector!

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Church picnic this Sunday, September 24!

This Sunday, September 24th, following the 10:15 a.m. service, St. Paul’s is hosting a picnic for the parish in the playground park next to the church parking lot. Children of all ages, the young at heart, and all who enjoy good food and fellowship are invited to this inter-generational event. We’ll enjoy the beauty of […]

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Doors Open Milwaukee is coming to St. Paul’s!

St. Paul’s is participating in Doors Open Milwaukee 2017! Come visit our building, which is Richardson Romanesque ecclesiastical architecture in design, and dedicated in 1884. With one of the largest Tiffany window collections in Wisconsin (including largest window created by Tiffany), a Flemish tapestry from the 16th century, the Schantz organ, and nationally recognized Salviati […]

Festival Sunday 2017

On Sunday, September 10, we will celebrate “homecoming” at our Festival Sunday with one Eucharistic celebration at 10:15AM. The choir will make its return and Sunday School will begin a new year of journey. “I hope you will be here as we officially welcome new members to St. Paul’s, baptize Devon Sobek into this Body […]

Father Brad Toebben celebrates Pentecost Sunday

Please join us as St. Paul’s new Rector, Father Brad Toebben, leads St. Paul’s in Sunday worship for the first time. This will be a special celebration of Pentecost Sunday in everything from the liturgical readings to the paraments and vestments. Organ, choral and string music will be part of the 10:15 service, which will also […]

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What Anglicans in West Africa Do Better than We

For us next Sunday’s Adult Formation on April 30, parishioner Daniel Browne gives a  presentation on “What Anglicans in West Africa Do Better than We.”   Daniel is the son of the former Anglican Archbishop of West Africa (1982-1989).  Join us at 9 a.m. in the Community Room to hear his truly unique perspective.  

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Holy Week Services @St. Paul’s

Maundy Thursday, April 13 @7:00 p.m. Choral Eucharist and Stripping of the Altar. Good Friday, April 14 @12 p.m. and 6 p.m. For those who wish to receive Communion from the Reserved Sacrament, go to the Baptism Chapel after the services. Easter Sunday, April 16 8:00 a.m. spoken service in the Morning Chapel 9:00 a.m. […]

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Festive Luncheon on Feb 26

The Festive Luncheon, hosted by the African-American members of St. Paul’s to celebrate African-American heritage month and the diversity of our congregation, will be held in the Great Hall on February 26, following the 10:15 a.m. service.  Everyone is invited to bring a dish or desert to share, influenced by African recipes, if possible. Many […]

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Shrove Tuesday at St. Paul’s!

This year, we will celebrate Shrove Tuesday on February 28 at 5:30 p.m.  Please come, join the fun and bring your appetites.  Traditional Episcopal fare for Shrove Tuesday will be served, which mean pancakes, with lots of trimmings, and sausages. Those attending are asked to bring especially decadent desserts and a beverage. If you are […]