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All Diocese Online Worship for Easter Day

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We enjoy seeing all the comments in our livestream worship service, especially comments telling us where you were joining us from! We look forward to seeing you again this week for our special Easter Day worship.

We again invite you to come together as a diocese, as one part of the body of Christ, to worship with us. At 10 am, we will live stream a Liturgy of the Word with a special sermon from Bishop Miller via YouTube and Facebook Live. All of our all diocese liturgies feature officiants, preachers, readers, and musicians from throughout the diocese.

We have scheduled the service to run on both YouTube and Facebook. People report that the picture is clearer when viewed on YouTube.

Please note: These are different links from last week.

We have made a service bulletin for you to follow along at home. Here is the link to the bulletin:

Bulletin for Easter Day

On Sunday morning, click here to view our service via YouTube:

Or you can watch the livestream on our Facebook page:

Parish website administrators, you may embed this link on your websites to directly stream our service there:

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We look forward to coming together as a diocese to worship and pray with you and celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Please join us. Share these links widely!

For updated information, click here:

Resources for Holy Week at Home

Dear Friends in Christ,

Our Lent like no other now moves this week into a Holy Week like no other. In this issue of E-News, you will find a number of resources to aid in your observance of these most important days in our faith. One of my hopes is that families that are safer at home together will use these as new ways to give depth and meaning to family celebrations. I hope others will use them in part of the many virtual gatherings.

These resources invite us to reflect on the story of God's love poured out in Jesus in new ways. My hope is that a result will be new insights into the depth, meaning, and power of God's love for us shown in the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Please know of my prayers for you at this most challenging time.

Yours in Easter Hope,

The Rt. Rev. Steven Andrew Miller

Resources for holy week at home


Worship & Formation Resource List from The Episcopal Church

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Word to the Church on Our Theology of Worship

Holy Week at Home from the Episcopal Diocese of Eau Claire

The Triduum Under Quarantine from Virginia Theological Seminary:

    Link to all their resources

Making an Altar at Home

Good Friday Contemplative Service of Scripture and Song from enfleshed

Resources for Families

Godly Play videos:

    The Mystery of Easter

    The Faces of Easter

A Lego Journey through Holy Week from Building Faith

Holy Week at Home Family Practices from Building Faith

Keeping Faith at Home with Children

Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross
with Woodcut Images

Stations of the Cross from Episcopal Migration Ministries

The Rev. Kevin Huddleston Appointed Interim Canon for Finance

The Rev. Kevin Huddleston Appointed Interim Canon for Finance

The Rev. Kevin Huddleston has been appointed by Bishop Miller to serve as part-time Interim Canon for Finance. He will continue serving St. John the Divine in Burlington and Holy Communion in Lake Geneva. As Interim Canon for Finance, Kevin will provide financial oversight, support, reporting and analysis for the Diocese of Milwaukee.
Kevin will chair the Diocesan Finance Committee and work closely with staff on internal and external financial processes. We are grateful for Kevin’s ministry with us at such a crucial time.

About the Rev. Kevin Huddleston
The Reverend Dr. Kevin D. Huddleston is a native of Rockford, Illinois. He received a BA in Religion and Philosophy from Milligan College, an MDiv. in Old Testament and Preaching from the Divinity School at Vanderbilt University and a DMin. in Preaching from A.C.T.S through Seabury-Western Theological Seminary.

Fr. Kevin was ordained at St. David’s Episcopal Church, Austin, Texas in 1988. He served as the priest in charge of Youth, Program Director and priest in charge of Mission and Outreach at St. Michael and All Angels in Dallas, Texas. Fr. Kevin has served on the Finance Committee for the Amistad Mission, Bolivia and the Finance Committee for the Jubilee Center, an outreach ministry of St. Michael’s, Dallas, Texas.  Fr. Kevin recently served as rector of St. Michael and Angels, Mission, Kansas before accepting the invitation from Bishop Miller to serve as the rector/vicar of St. John the Divine, Burlington and Church of the Holy Communion, Lake Geneva. He is experienced in working with large budgets and organizing systems for efficiency and effectiveness.

Fr. Kevin is married to Gaye Lynn, a realtor at Shorewest Realtors in Lake Geneva. He has three children: the Reverend Nathan is Canon for Youth and Young Adults at the Cathedral of St. Philip’s, Atlanta, and married to Katherine; Reade, Master Distiller at Headframe Spirits, Butte, Montana; and Anna, who is currently studying to be a nurse.

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