iting new two-tiered choral music program, being offered at St. Paul’s that seeks to involve children and youth from eight to eighteen. We welcome children from the congregation, friends of children from the congregation and children from the wider community. The program will teach the choral and musical skills necessary for participants to perform sacred and secular choral music of excellence and distinction.
The program will use the choir-training syllabus from England’s Royal School of Church music (RSCM) as the basis for building a solid choral program. The RSCM training scheme provides a framework for choral singers to develop their vocal skills, their musical understanding and their knowledge of repertoire. The program comes with a range of teaching material and supporting resources. It is intended to help singers grow as people as well as musicians.Children in grades three through six will sing in the Tower Ensemble and rehearse on Tuesday evenings from 5:30 to 7:30PM. Youth in grades seven through twelve will sing in the St. Paul’s Youth Chorale. They also will rehearse on Tuesdays from 7:15 to 9PM. All rehearsals will be at St. Paul’s
Join Deacon Coleen Smith for Spirituality Group after the 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist each Thursday. Everyone is invited to participate in Eucharist and then gather in the Library for reflection and spiritual conversation.
Foyer Groups are a fun and easy way for parishioners to gather together on a regular basis to enjoy one another’s company, to strengthen bonds of community, to meet new members and to become better acquainted. Sound interesting? Want to learn more? Contact Deacon Coleen or Jim Smith (414-256-0113) with any questions or to sign-up. A sign-up sheet […]
Attention St. Paul’s men! A Men’s Group has been organized. The second meeting will be Saturday, October 17 at 8AM; a light breakfast will be served. If you have any questions or want to get involved, contact Jim Smith (414-256-0113), Craig Elder (414-828-6059), or Paul Haubrich (414-228-0148).
St. Paul’s Adult Christian Education Hour will resume its regular 9AM Sunday format in October, with many worthwhile programs already being planned. If you or someone you know would like to do a program to build the spiritual life of our community, please contact Kathy Thome, 414-291-5894. In 2008-2009, in addition to guest speakers, many […]
St. Paul’s is a welcoming and inclusive community of about 280 members who come from all over the greater Milwaukee area. We treasure the richness and diversity God has given our community, as it enhances our understanding of God.