"We are a church, a people empowered and endowed by the Holy Spirit with the gifts necessary to accomplish the mission God has set before us to restore all people to unity with Him in Christ."
~The Rt. Rev. Steven Miller, Bishop of Milwaukee
The Diocese of Milwaukee is a Christian community of over 50 congregations and ministries and fellowships worshipping and witnessing as the Episcopal Church in southern Wisconsin. Through the work of our 11,000 communicants and nearly 200
In local congregations and in communities across the diocese, our members are bringing about God’s Kingdom in food pantries, community meals, caregiving for our elders, youth and children programs, relief and development programs, partnerships with other Christian and other faith communities, and outreach to the homeless through ministries like the Hospitality Center
As a diocese in The Episcopal Church, we organize our life around the leadership and vision of our diocesan bishop, who serves as chief pastor and chief administrator of our diocese. Guided by the baptismal covenant, we invite and encourage all members of the community, lay and ordained, to share in the leadership, ministry and worship of the diocesan community. We are a diverse community and a welcoming community. If you are looking for a Christian community that will nurture your spirit and celebrate your gifts, there’s a place for you here. Learn more about our history here. Use the links below for more about our ministry, beliefs, and how we structure and administer our diocese.