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Wisconsin Council Of Churches Advises a Return to Physically Distanced Ministry

Earlier today the Wisconsin Council of Churches issued a statement advising churches to temporarily return to remote operations as COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations soar due to the highly-transmissible Omicron variant in Wisconsin.

I commend the recommendations of the council to all of the congregations of this diocese. We know how to take dramatic precautions to keep people safe, so please take these recommendations to heart and do what you believe is the most appropriate for your parish.

In Christ,

+Jeff

The Rt. Rev. Jeff Lee
Bishop Provisional of Milwaukee

Posted by Bishop Jeff Lee

Appointment of Diocesan Financial Controller

To the clergy and parishes of the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee,
 
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Caroline Senn as Financial Controller of the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee.

Caroline’s professional finance background includes Chief Financial Officer roles in medium-sized publicly-listed and private companies in the Asia Pacific Region with operations in North America and Europe. Caroline was CFO of organizations operating in the financial services and technology sectors of these markets. Prior to that, she was General Manager — Tax of Ernst & Young Sydney.

With a history of deep experience with mergers and acquisitions, transaction analysis and due diligence, and the management of the finance function of complex organizations, her skills will be useful to the diocese as we discern the nature of the optimal structure for the future of our diocese.

Caroline has dual qualifications in Music and Accounting which she studied before obtaining CPA status in Australia. Caroline is also a church musician, parish treasurer, and plays baroque recorder with the duo Vox Venti.

While she has been a member of the diocese for a number of years, please join me in welcoming Caroline to this new role on the diocesan staff.

In Christ,

+Jeff

The Rt. Rev. Jeff Lee
Bishop Provisional of Milwaukee

Livestream Options for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Looking for options to watch Christmas Services remotely? A number of our diocesan parishes are offering worship opportunities via livestream. Here are a few of the choices: 

St. Christopher’s, River Hills will be streaming services on Christmas Eve. The 4 pm service will be a Children’s Pageant and Eucharist featuring brass, cantor, the Sunday School kids, along with a live donkey and sheep. You may watch the livestream on its YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy8LcsamUc8RV53FujukooQ or www.stc.video.

St. Simon the Fisherman, Port Washington will live stream two Christmas services from its Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/StSimonTheFisherman), one at 4:30 pm on Christmas Eve and the second at 9 am on Christmas morning. 

Christ Church, Whitefish Bay will livestream services at 4 pm and 9:30 pm from its YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_EldOKzFHlnzG1VzdknlMA.

St. Andrew’s, Madison will livestream a Choral Eucharist on Christmas Eve at 9 pm (Christmas carol singing begins at 8:40 pm) and a Eucharist on Christmas Day at 9 am on its YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiVmjpQ5KH4akiXtyMCqzfw

Grace, Madison will livestream two services on Christmas Eve to its YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqvDOVF7N8VwNbCOw9WbKcA, You may view the 4 pm Children’s service and the 10 pm Eucharist (Candlelight Carols starts at 9:30 pm).

St. Boniface, Mequon will offer its 4 pm Christmas Eve service via livestream on its YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX-eJheNZR-Dp68tzw4ETzw

Good Shepherd, Sun Prairie
Por favor venga! Servicio de Nochebuena
Please come! Christmas Eve Service
4 pm 24 de diciembre/December 24
Iglesia Episcopal El Buen Pastor/Good Shepherd 
 
Servicio bilingue/Bilingual Service
 
Facebook Live:

https://fb.me/e/2fnmI6B6J

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