Online Worship Services around the Diocese

We have many churches that are offering worship services remotely throughout our diocese. For some, they are prerecording their services and making the videos available online. Others are livestreaming services that are taking place with a minimum of participants in their church buildings, usually using Facebook or Youtube. And other parishes are taking place in Zoom videoconferences. 

This is a list of some of the offerings around the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee. We've organized this list by format and then by the time the service is offered on Sundays. Some of the parishes also submitted details about other services that they are offering outside the principal Sunday service. Those details are noted in the descriptions of the principal Sunday service.

You are warmly invited to tune in to any of the services listed below. If you'd like to be added to the listings, please contact Sara Bitner.

Pre-recorded Services

St. Paul’s, Milwaukee —available Sundays, at 5:00 am
Liturgy of the Word with homily and choral music by St. Paul’s Choral Scholars broadcast each week on the St. Paul’s YouTube channel, St. Paul’s Facebook page, or Resources for Worship-at-Home. An archive of over 40 services, including Choral Evensong and Compline is available at the St. Paul’s channel and Facebook along with a library of choral and organ music by Canon Joseph A. Kucharski and the Choral Scholars. Adult Forum at 9 am and Virtual Coffee Hour at 11:30 am.

Trinity, Wauwatosa — Sundays, at 9 am
Services are pre-recorded and set to broadcast on YouTube. They also have Zoom Evening Prayer on Wednesdays, at 7 pm. Please contact Gary Manning for login information.

St. Bartholomew's, Pewaukee — Sundays, at 10 am
Services are pre-recorded and set to broadcast at 10 am. You may access the service videos on their website, Facebook page, or YouTube channel

St. Thomas of Canterbury, Greendale  Sundays, at 10 am
Fr. Scott does a livestream greeting on Facebook Sundays starting at 9:55 and the pre-recorded service begins at 10 am, with drive-up Communion following from 10:45-11:30  am in the parish parking lot. Children's Chapel is offered on Zoom on the 2nd and 4th Sundays. Morning Prayer on Tuesdays at 8 am, Evening Prayer on Wednesdays at 6 pm, Noon Prayer Thursdays — all on Zoom.

St. Paul's, Watertown and St. Mark's, Beaver Dam — Sundays, at 10 am
Services are pre-recorded and set to broadcast on YouTube. They also provide the service in Zoom

Zion, Oconomowoc— Sundays, at 10 am
Morning Prayer service is pre-recorded and broadcast at 10 am on YouTube. Before the main service, there is Kid's Ministry at 9:30. You can also join the Coffee Hour on Zoom following the service. Information about joining Coffee Hour can be found on the Zion Facebook page.

St. Mary's, Dousman — available after noon on Sundays
Their 8 am service is recorded and then posted online to Facebook and YouTube after noon. The 10 am service is a drive-in service where people stay in their cars and hear service over the radio, and includes communion (bread only). More information is available on their website.
 

Livestreamed Services

Holy Cross, Wisconsin Dells Sundays at 9 am
Livestreaming to FacebookZoom participation is possible if you contact them on their website

St. Andrew's, Madison — Sundays, at 9 am
Services are livestreamed to YouTube and available via their website. Other worship opportunities are also listed on their website.

St. Simon the Fisherman, Port Washington — Sundays, at 9 am
Services are livestreamed to its website and on Facebook (no sign-in is required). In addition, a service bulletin is posted on the website.

 St. Francis, Menomonee Falls Sundays, at 9:30 am
Livestreaming to Facebook, YouTube, and Zoom every Sunday. There is Evening Prayer every Wednesday with Bible class after using Zoom, Morning Prayer every Friday using Facebook, and two separate book clubs meet on Monday morning and Thursday afternoon (both using Google).

All Saints' Cathedral — Sundays, at 10 am and 4 pm
Services are livestreamed to YouTube and to Facebook. You can find more information on their website.

St. James, West Bend — Sundays, at 10 am
The services, Holy Eucharist with hymns. are livestreamed to Facebook. About 20 members come and listen via radio broadcast in the parking lot, in addition to those who watch online.

St. Peter's, Fort Atkinson — Sundays, at 10 am
They celebrate Eucharist on the 1st Sunday of the month and all other Sundays, they have the Liturgy of the Word from Eucharist with no Communion. Evening Service, on Sundays at 5 pm, is a Rite II Evening Prayer. The services are livestreamed to their YouTube channel.

St. Matthias, Waukesha — Sundays, at 10 am
Livestreamed Morning Prayer or Holy Eucharist with Eucharistic Visitors depending on week. Click here to view the livestream.

Trinity, Janesville — Sundays, at 10 am
They are live in the parking lot (at First Lutheran Church) each Sunday, at 10 am, and livestreamed to Facebook and to YouTube.

St. Luke's, Madison Sundays, at 11 am
Services are livestreamed on YouTube.

Trinity, Platteville — Sundays, at 11 am
Services are livestreamed to Facebook and YouTube. Taize' Services on the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm. For Zoom invitations to Taize' or Sunday Morning Worship, email .

Zoom Services

St. Dunstan's, Madison — Sundays, at 9 am and 6:30 pm
They worship on Zoom — all are welcome! Links to the Zoom meeting aren't posted publicly, but you can get them by contacting the parish, subscribing to their weekly emails, or joining their Facebook group.

St. Matthew's, Kenosha — Sundays, at 9 am
Morning Prayer with Music and Sermon. Communion once a month. To join the Zoom meeting, click here.

Trinity, Baraboo — Sundays, at 9:30 am
You may join the Zoom Morning Prayer service using this link.

St. Luke's, Racine — Sundays, at 10 am
They worship live via Zoom with a chance to share the peace in breakout rooms and with coffee hour to follow. To access the link, please email the rector.

St. Paul's, Watertown and St. Mark's, Beaver Dam — Sundays, at 10 am
Services are pre-recorded and set to broadcast on YouTube. They also provide the service in Zoom. Members gather in the Zoom meeting and watch the recorded service together.