All baptized members, be they
Clergy in the Diocese of Milwaukee
Maintaining close connections with a clergy community numbering nearly 200 and spread across southern Wisconsin is a primary concern for the bishop. Personal interaction is achieved through clergy days and congregational visits. Communication tools such as the weekly Diomil ENews email newsletter, a monthly news bulletin for the clergy, and the clergy Facebook group further enhance this sense of shared purpose and identity.
Clergy in the diocese should also be familiar with and adhere to the Policies and Procedures that protect them and their congregations.
Upcoming Clergy Events
Clergy from the dioceses of Milwaukee, Fond du Lac, and Eau Claire are invited to participate in a conference taking place the afternoon of Monday, October 24 through the morning of Wednesday, October 26 at Holy Wisdom Monastery in Middleton, WI. The event will feature time for fellowship, prayer, relationship-building, and reflection. Registration is due by Monday, October 3, 2022.
Please register to attend here.
Episcopal Visitation Schedule 2021-2023 (choose the year you'd like to see at the bottom of the spreadsheet)
Bishop Visitation Preparation Form
Visitation Guidelines and Chrism Recipes
Visiting Deacon Information Sheet
Resources for Common Prayer (from the Task Force on Liturgical and Prayer Book Revision)
Clergy Directory (password required; contact Sara Bitner for password)
Clergy Minimum Compensation for 2023
Marriage Judgment Application
Marriage Judgment Guidelines
Supply Clergy List (updated August 2022)
Churches in Transition
Clergy Guidelines for Leaving a Congregation