The Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Plymouth Wisconsin

In response to the latest directives from the CDC and the State of Wisconsin we will be suspending in-person public worship in the Diocese of Fond du Lac until further notice. Below are some resources for this time of social distancing.

Beginning Saturday March 21, Bishop Gunter will present a video Lenten Retreat on Julian of Norwich who lived in a time of pandemic, political unrest, and other uncertainty yet found peace and hope in spite of that.
​In response to the latest directives from the CDC (no gatherings larger than 50) and the White House (no gatherings larger than 10) we will be suspending in person public worship in the Diocese of Fond du Lac until further notice.
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Participate in Morning Prayer streamed LIVE from Grace Church Sheboygan every Sunday at 10:15 am.
The Rt. Rev. Matthew Gunter will officiate morning prayer via live stream this Sunday at 10:00.
The custom of meditating upon Jesus’ final journey to the cross during the season of Lent dates back to the Middle Ages. The fourteen stations represent the scriptural and traditional events of Jesus’ journey from condemnation before Pilate to his death on the cross and his entombment.
Visit Grace Abounds, the Grace church multi-media ministry for videos of past services, educational programs such as Daily Office Basics, and offerings from the wider church.
Visit Mission St. Clare for Daily Offices (with Music), Devotions, Lectionaries and more.

Dear Beloved of God,

St. Paul’s has worked very hard in the past months. We have worked on getting the lower level repainted and decorated to be an inviting meeting place for the youth of our parish and others. We have had brat fries and 2ndHand Treasure Sales, Mill Street Days and Kids Day. Now it is time to rest. We are called to rest by the Fourth Commandment; “Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy.” This is not only to have a day when we worship God, as on Sunday but also to rest from our labors. Remember that we are human BEings, not human DOings. Our bodies and minds need rest. I am asking that we as a community of faith respond to the 4th Commandment and rest from our labors for the month of August. We will continue to do what is necessary to keep our worship, fellowship and Sharing Closet ministry functioning, but no extra projects. Take time to enjoy our beautiful weather, read a book, smell the roses.

In His Mercy,

Mother Michele+

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