News, events, worship and fellowship are in St. Paul’s monthly newsletter. Thanks to Mary Beth Haubrich for her good work on the Apostle. September Apostle 2019 for the web
With two services, a Dixieland band, mimosas and more deviled eggs than you could imagine, Diversity Sunday 2019 was a hit — and a joyous celebration of diversity. Maybe we should do it every Sunday!! See the photo gallery.
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. […]
After many months of hard work by the Vestry and wardens — and much input from the St. Paul’s community and Rector — the parish has a new strategic plan to guide our way forward. Start learning about the plan by reading its position statement and goals. And expect more discussions about the plan in […]
Catch up on everything you need re: The Gathering, EFM, and Adult Formation. Read about it here.
Along with new member profiles, a new monthly financial synopsis from the Senior Warden, and Memorial Day services. Everything you need is here.
April Lenten even programs, Holy Week and Easter service times…just click here.
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 […]
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 […]