Events (Page 5)

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner

Bring your appetites — for pancakes, sausages, salads, desserts and fun — to St. Paul’s annual Shrove Tuesday dinner, Tuesday, February 9th at 5:30 pm in the Great Hall.  No sign-up necessary. This meal is a wonderful way to celebrate Shrove Tuesday, which in other parts goes by the name of Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras. […]

Christmas Eve Family Service and Pageant

On Christmas Eve the children’s pageant will be held at the 4PM Family Service. Major parts will be played by high school, middle school and older elementary children. Non-speaking “gift bringer” parts will be available for early elementary and younger children. For more information, contact Jen Pennington, at Practices are being held over the […]

Scott Stoner at Boswell Books–Thursday, December 4

Local Author Rev. Dr. Scott Stoner, author of Your Living Compass Thursday December 4, at 7:00 pm Minister, psychotherapist, local author, and founding Director of the Samaritan Family Wellness Center, Rev. Dr. Scott Stoner, will join us at Boswell Book Company to discuss and sign copies of his new book Your Living Compass, which engages […]

An Advent Service of Lessons and Carols

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is delighted to host this annual Sequence of Readings, Poetry, Meditations, and Music for the Advent Season featuring the St. Paul Choir, Timothy Benson, Director with guest organist Lee Erickson and the music of James MacMillan, John Rutter, Glenn Rudolph, Malcolm Archer, Gerald Near, Andrew Carter, William Mathias, David Willcocks, and hymns and carols of […]

Our Call to Preserve God’s Creation

Carrie Barbee to speak about St. Paul’s Green Faith initiative during education hour St. Paul’s Church is committed to conservation, sustainability, and environmental justice to fulfill our ultimate mission of embodying the healing presence of God’s love to one another, our city and the world. We will support environmental justice in our community through outreach […]


A Service of Lessons and Carols for the Easter Season: Death and Resurrection

Join the St. Paul’s parish family in a celebration of the Easter Season as we present our Easter Lessons & Carols Service. Using music, poetry, and Scripture, this unique service serves as a meditation on the redeeming work of Christ and our salvation. The St. Paul’s Choir will be joined by other singers from the […]

Frankly Music Presents: The Miró Quartet

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: Haydn: Quartet in D Major, Op. 64, No. 5, “The Lark” Philip Glass: Quartet No. 5 (1995) Schubert: Quartet in D minor, D. 810, “Death and the Maiden” Join us for this incredible evening. March […]

The Master Singers of Milwaukee are Coming Back to St. Paul’s!

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, […]

St. Paul’s January 26 Adult Christian Education features Isa Sadlon

Everyone is invited to join St. Paul’s Christian Education class this Sunday, January 26, when we have the good fortune to have Muhammad Isa Sadlon as our guest speaker.  Mr. Sadon, the former Executive Director and CEO of the Islamic Society of Milwaukee, will give a short presentation entitled “Meet your Muslim Neighbors” and take […]