Our Lenten video series goes live each Sunday, with a different spiritual practice presented by a different member of the diocese.Join us in making Lent a season of deepening spiritual discipline and closeness to God.
Parishes throughout the Diocese maintain programs that extend Christ's hospitality to those in need of warmth, food, and other necessities—including compassion. Check out our Hospitality Ministries page to learn about and support these vital ministries.
“Yet even now, says the LORD, return to me with all your heart, with fasting, with weeping, and with mourning; rend your hearts and not your clothing. Return to the Lord, your God, for he is gracious and merciful….”Joel 2:12-13a NRSV
Dear Friends in Christ,
On Wednesday, Ash Wednesday, we begin the holy season of Lent, a time of prayer, fasting, and self-denial in preparation for Easter. Over my years in ordained ministry I have written a number of articles for parish and diocesan publications inviting those in my pastoral care to observe a holy Lent. These articles have urged the faithful to take on a spiritual discipline rather than see Lent as a season of giving up or invited folks to participate in Lenten programming. While these are good things, I want to invite us this year to go deeper. Click HERE to continue reading
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CREATING FOR A CAUSE
CREATING FOR A CAUSE, an initiative of the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee, is a member of the nationwide Episcopal Service Corps network. The unique mission of CREATING FOR A CAUSE is to bring tog
ether Milwaukee-area non-profits and creative young adults seeking to use their creative and communication skills for social justice. The program matches intern talents with the communication needs of partner non-profits. Five to six interns live in intentional community at the rectory of St. Luke's parish in Milwaukee's Bay View neighborhood.
For additional information please contact Program Director Amy Clark at 414-588-6466 or