Palm Sunday is a rich liturgy that takes us through a roller coaster of emotions. We start by singing “Hosanna,” which translates to “Lord, save us.” It is proclaimed with hope and joy as Jesus enters Jerusalem, riding on a donkey. Of course, by the end of the service we hear the crowd shout to […]
A year ago, on the first Sunday of Daylight Saving, we had our last in person service for 2020. This Sunday, March 14, the first Sunday of Daylight Saving, will mark the start of small in-person services at 8 a.m. on Sundays.
We are continuing to take steps towards opening up, in line with the Diocesan guidelines and requirements. We are currently at 130 active cases per 100,000 residents in Waukesha County. As such, we are allowed to have 10 person in-person services at 8 a.m. on Sundays. If you would like to sign up to attend […]
Thank you to Carol C. for leading snow shoeing last Sunday! We had so much fun, from the beginners to the experts, trekking up to the Ice Age Trail. Stay tuned for future outdoor fellowship events, including a flower hike, and potentially roasting marshmallows this summer!
We have rescheduled Snow Shoeing for this Sunday, February 28! Please call or email to let us know if you plan on joining us. All experiences are welcome, from those who have never strapped on snow shoes before to those who basically live in them all winter. We’ll meet at Oak Ridge Farm, S40W35961 County […]
As Lent approaches we are offering a way to still eat soup and feel some of the fellowship that our Soup and Substance classes would offer. If you would like to participate, please email or call the parish office with the following information:
This Sunday is the last Sunday after Epiphany, also known as Transfiguration Sunday. It’s the day we ring out Alleluias, knowing that they will be put away for the next forty days as we observe Lent. In a season of revelations and epiphanies about Jesus, today we are reminded of who he is – God […]
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Annual Meeting last Sunday, either by Zoom or by mail-in ballot. Between the two we achieved a quorum and were able to look back on 2020 and forward towards 2021. If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities at St. Mary’s, we have a whole […]
It’s finally here, the Annual Meeting is this Sunday at 10 a.m.! Thank you to everyone who is planning to attend, and to everyone who requested and returned a paper ballot. Our bylaws require 40 people to participate for the meeting to count, and I really hope we’ll be able to make it this year. […]
The Annual Meeting is approaching on January 31 and if you have any difficulties with Zoom I’d encourage you to either attend the training (January 27 at 1 p.m.) or request a paper ballot. The Annual Report will be emailed out to the parish, and if you would like a paper copy, please let us […]