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We would love for you to join us this Sunday, at 9 a.m., for the Easter V Rite II Holy Eucharist service with The Reverend George Stamm, celebrant, and Reverend Russ Tate, who will preach, in-person, via Zoom or Facebook live.

There is a link embedded in the middle of the invitation. To use this link, you have to download the free "Zoom" app to your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Click HERE to download the free app, just choose the correct version for the device you have. If you already have the app on your device, all you have to do is click the link below to automatically connect. (Be sure to allow the app to access your camera and microphone, if requested.)

If you don't want to use the app, or are using a device that can't download the app, you can go to the website: Zoom: https://zoom.us or click HERE. Enter a "Meeting ID or Personal Link Name." The "Meeting ID" is: 924 746 7996. Just enter those digits without a space or dashes and click enter. From there, you'll be prompted to allow access to your camera/microphone.

If you don't have access to a smartphone/tablet/computer with a camera and microphone and want to join the meeting as a phone call, there is a number listed just above the Meeting ID that you can call. That will connect you to the meeting with audio only. Those numbers are in red in the invitation. For this meeting, the best number is: 1 312 626 6799

Click HERE to join the service via Zoom

Meeting ID: 924 746 7996
Password: 814057

Click Here to access the Sunday bulletin.

Access 1.14.2024 'The Rule of Life: an ordered way to follow Jesus'

Dear Friends,

The early church came together across previously unimaginable social and political boundaries in the name of Jesus for mutual support, encouragement, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God.

We welcome you to attend our in person worship at 9:00 a.m. on Sundays. We sincerely hope that people will feel comfortable and safe returning to in-person worship. Even so, some will not feel safe or face a greater risk, and so we will provide a Zoom link and Facebook live stream to the in-person worship as a way of keeping our community together in worship.

This has been a long journey that is not quite at its end, but I am hopeful, along with the Vestry, that we will be able to travel this last stage together with a renewed sense of hope and purpose in our mission to share the love of God with all the world.

Benjamin+

If you choose to continue to join us on Zoom (link below) or Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/cathedralec):

Click here to access the Sunday service bulletin.

Click here to join our Zoom live for any of our services

Access 1.14.2024 'The Rule of Life: an ordered way to follow Jesus'

Join us for the Rite II Holy Eucharist service with The Reverend George Stamm, celebrant, and Reverend Russ Tate, who will preach, at 9 a.m. at the Cathedral, or watch this service livestream via Zoom (instructions & link below) or on our Facebook page (to find us on Facebook type in @cathedralec).

There is a link embedded in the middle of the invitation. To use this link, you have to download the free "Zoom" app to your smartphone, tablet, or computer. If you have that app on your device, all you have to do is click the link on the email and you will automatically connect. (Be sure to allow the app to access your camera and microphone, if requested.

If you don't want to use the app, or are using a device that can't download the app, you can go to the website for Zoom: https://zoom.us On the upper right hand side of your screen, there will be a tab titled "Join a Meeting." Click on that tab and you will be prompted to enter a "Meeting ID or Personal Link Name." The "Meeting ID" can be found toward the bottom of the invitation. I've highlighted it in red to be easier to find. In the case of this meeting, the ID is: 924 746 7996. Just enter those digits without a space or dashes and click enter. From there, you'll be prompted to allow access to your camera/microphone.

If you don't have access to a smartphone/tablet/computer with a camera and microphone and want to join the meeting as a phone call, there is a number listed just above the Meeting ID that you can call. That will connect you to the meeting with audio only. Those numbers are in red in the invitation. For this meeting, the best number is: 1 312 626 6799

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Message from Bishop Matthew Gunter on the Shooting at the Trump Rally

Dear Friends,

I ask your prayers for former President Donald Trump, those killed or injured, and all who were affected by the shooting yesterday. And pray for the soul of America. Violence of any kind should have no place in our politics.

But we must reckon with the fact that yesterday’s shooting did not happen in a vacuum. Politics in this nation has become increasingly polarized and polarizing. Across the political spectrum, rhetoric has become increasingly suspicious and disdainful toward opponents and sometimes even violent in its imagery. I fear that if such rhetoric continues, we risk spiraling into more actual violence like we saw yesterday.

Jesus calls us to another way – a way of love and peace that respects the dignity of all others, including those with whom we most disagree. That way is not just about our actions but also our words and how we carry each other in our hearts. It is not an easy way and maybe harder in an age as fraught as ours. But it is the only good way forward.

Let us recommit ourselves to following Jesus. Let us pray for peace. Let us pray for peace in our own hearts. Let us seek peace and pursue it.


The Rt. Rev. Matthew Gunter
Diocese of Wisconsin

The Episcopal Diocese of Wisconsin