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  • Clergy and Staff | Gracesheboygandraft

    Clergy and Staff The Reverend William Bulson Rector Fr William Bulson grew up in the Diocese of Lexington and studied Slavic languages and literatures in college and graduate school, and went to Virginia Theological Seminary. He has studied abroad in Russia and Turkey and has lived in Italy and Japan, including service in the Diocese of Tokyo for seven years. He has served in churches of various social classes and has worked most in multi-ethnic and –lingual congregations, including serving a majority Hmong congregation in the Diocese of Minnesota. His ecumenical work has been especially with the Eastern Orthodox. He has spent time as a novice monk in a contemplative Episcopal monastery in Wisconsin and is an oblate in the Order of Julian of Norwich. He is an avid reader of poetry and literary biography, is an enthusiastic but sub-par Japanese gardener, and could talk for hours about jazz and hockey. The Reverend Paul Aparicio Deacon Dcn. Paul Aparicio was ordained to the Diaconate in 2017 after studying at the Deacon School in the Diocese of Fond du Lac. Prior to that he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Platteville. Out in the world, he is employed as a Project Leader in the automated machine industry. In addition, he serves as Board Chair with Love In the Name of Christ of Sheboygan County (Love INC) helping match neighbors in need with ministries across 40-plus local churches. Being raised up at Grace, he has had an affinity for Our Lady of Walsingham and in 2018 became a Deacon Associate of the Holy House in Walsingham, England. He leads Holy Rosary on Monday evenings in the Lady Chapel and is often accompanied by his wife, Andrea, and their three children. In the wider church, he serves on the Commission on Ministry for the Diocese of Fond du Lac, the Finance Committee for the Association of Episcopal Deacons, and Worship Committee for the 80th General Convention of The Episcopal Church. The Reverend Nicole (Nicci) Beeck Parish Administrator The Rev. Nicole (Nicci) Misoni Beeck accepted the position as Parish Administrator of Grace-Sheboyan in 2017, when she made a career change to answer a call to ordained ministry. She hails proudly from Iron River, Michigan, (once a Wykon, always a Wykon!) and is a graduate of Northern Michigan University. In her former life as a public servant, Deacon Nicci served as the Health and Safety Services Director for the American Red Cross Neenah-Menasha Chapter, and as a Health Educator/Lactation Counselor for Brown County Health Department in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Married to Don, they have a daughter, Chase and a son, Carver. She was ordained on July 18, 2020 and serves St. Paul’s Episcopal Church-Plymouth as Deacon. Dr. R. Benjamin Dobey Organist & Choirmaster A native of Arlington, Virginia, Robert Benjamin Dobey graduated from Oberlin Conservatory, after which he spent a year in Cologne, Germany, studying organ and voice on a Fulbright grant. His master’s and doctoral degrees are from the Eastman School of Music. Active for many years in the Washington, D.C area as an organist, harpsichordist, singer, and conductor, his positions there included that of Associate Conductor of the Washington Bach Consort and Assistant Music Director of the Washington Cathedral Choral Society. He later spent two years in England singing in the choir of Wells Cathedral. He became organist and choir director here at Grace in 1997. He has recorded five solo organ CDs on the Pro Organo label, three of them on the 2002 Schoenstein organ at Grace, in addition to the CD “How shall I sing that majesty”, featuring the Grace Church choir singing some of their favorite anthems.

  • Home | Gracesheboygandraft

    Welcome to Grace Episcopal Church Sheboygan, WI “And let everyone who is thirsty come.” (The Revelation to St John, 21:17) We at Grace Church are One Body in Christ, regardless of age, economic background, orientation, gender, or political persuasion. ​ We seek connectedness and love with God and each other—the real love that the Bible and our Holy Tradition call Communion. ​ We graciously receive this love from God and each other through something that is perfect for the 21st century because it is rooted in the ancient—prayer and worship in the Anglo-Catholic Tradition. This love leads us into service to each other and in the world, into practices of prayer and spiritual growth, to fun in each other’s supportive and hearty company, to deeper meaning and purpose in life. Daily Offices, Masses and Happenings Sunday Solemn High Mass at Grace is live-streamed to our YouTube channel. Watch along on a Sunday morning or watch past services here: ​ Sunday 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer 8:00 a.m. Spoken Mass 9:00 a.m. Christian Formation 9:00 a.m. Mass at All Saints Chapel in Elkhart Lake (through Sept. 4) 10:15 a.m. Solemn High Mass (incense, chant and music) 5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Shrine Prayers ​ Coffee Hour - a time for fellowship - follows each mass. Monday 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer 5:00 p.m. Corporate Rosary and Shrine Prayers 5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer Tuesday 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer 5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer Wednesday 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer​ 5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer 6:00 p.m. Spoken Mass Thursday 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer ​5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer Friday and Saturday No daily office or mass Upcoming & Ongoing ​ AA meetings: Thursdays, 10 AM ​ Sheboygan Fencing Club: Thursdays, 5:30 PM ​ The Assumption of the Virgin Mary: Mass on August 15 at 6:00 p.m. Pilgrimage to Walsingham, England: September 30 - October 9 Annual Pilgrimage to the American Proto-Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham: October 14-15 ​ Feast of St. Hubertus, Mass at All Saints Chapel-Elkhart Lake: November 5, 6:00 p.m.

  • About Us | Gracesheboygandraft

    About Us “…when Christ is revealed, we will be like him, for we will see him as he is.” (1 John 3:2) ​ Our worship and music embrace all our senses, our emotion, and our energy. We do this for ourselves, of course. But above all, we offer our full selves like this to God because this delights God. What better life together is there? So, we sit, kneel, stand, and genuflect. We chant, sing, speak, and listen. We might cross our bodies, hearts, and mouths. We gladly receive the opportunities for silence and tranquility that our worship brings. Above all we listen, pray, and adore. ​ Nothing is mandatory or compulsory. We each participate as we each wish, how and when we each feel called. Together, in our worship, we learn to adore and to glimpse a world bigger and greater and more beautiful than seems possible. ​ This worship is best understood by being experienced. So come and see all this brought to life on a typical Sunday morning. Feel free to ask a priest or usher any question you wish. Subscribe to our newsletter, The Angelus Thanks for submitting! Subscribe

  • Our YouTube Channel | Gracesheboygandraft

    We are on YouTube! Mass at Grace Episcopal Church is streamed live and archived to our YouTube channel. You can watch anything from last Sunday's mass to a previous year's entire Our Lady of Walsingham Pilgrimage! ​ Past adult education classes are also archived here. ​ The red button below will take you to our channel's home page on YouTube:

  • Our Lady of Walsingham Pilgrimage | Gracesheboygandraft

    Annual Pilgrimage to the American Proto-Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham Grace hosts visitors every October for the annual pilgrimage to the American Proto-Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, which is located in our building. 2022 Pilgrimage dates: October 14-15 Our Lady of Walsingham Pilgrimage 2022 Friday, October 14 Quiet Day of Prayer and Meditation led by The Rev’d William L. Bulson, Rector of Grace, Sheboygan 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer 8:00 a.m. Confessions heard until 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Service for Noonday and Meditation 3:00 p.m. Service of Prayer and Meditation 5:00 p.m. Holy Rosary 6:00 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Meditation Saturday, October 15 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer 10:30 a.m. Solemn Pontifical Mass with procession of Our Lady Celebrant is The Right R Matthew A. Gunter Eighth Bishop of Fond du Lac. Preacher is The Rev’d Canon Ezgi Saribay Perkins, Rector of St. Peter’s, Ripon. 12:00 p.m. Lunch. The cost is $20.00. (Sign-up information forthcoming) 2:00 p.m. Anointing with Walsingham water and Healing Prayer, musical offering, and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Walsingham Chapel at Grace Church

  • Our Newsletter--The Angelus | Gracesheboygandraft

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  • Visit Grace | Gracesheboygandraft

    Visit Grace Every Sunday Sunday Schedule Contact Us 7:30 a.m. Morning Prayer in the Christ the King chapel 8:00 a.m. Low Mass, Rite II 9:00 a.m. Sunday School in downstairs classrooms 9:00 a.m. Christian Formation for Adults in St. Nicholas Hall 10:15 a.m. Solemn High Mass, Rite II 5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Shrine Prayers in Our Lady of Walsingham chapel Coffee Hour - a time for fellowship - follows each mass. Mass is live-streamed on our YouTube Channel . Parish Office Phone Number: (920)-452-9659 Email Address: Address 1011 N. 7th St. Sheboygan, WI 53081

  • Links & Other Resources | Gracesheboygandraft

    Other Links & Episcopal Resources Grace Episcopal Church is a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Fond du Lac. The Diocese of Fond du Lac is a part of the National Episcopal Church. ​ Ave Magazine is a publication of the anglo-catholic Society of Mary . ​ The Daily Lectionary can be found here. ​ The original Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham is located in Walsingham, England. ​ The Episcopal News Service , Diocesan News Service , and Anglican News Service are official news services of the wider Anglican communion. ​ The Book of Common Prayer online is here. ​

  • All Saints Chapel | Gracesheboygandraft

    All Saints Chapel In the late 1930s, Episcopalians on holiday at Elkhart Lake engaged a room at Sharpe’s Resort to serve as a Liturgical Center, which was known as St. Francis by the Lake. Eventually, the building at Sharpe’s Resort housing the Liturgical Center was razed and services were suspended during World War II. Directly following the war, a band room in a public school was implemented for liturgical purposes. In March of 1951, with funds provided by the Hayssen Foundation, land was purchased and a chapel was constructed. Satre and Senescall of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, associated with Richard Phillip of Milwaukee served as the architects. ​ The building is reminiscent of an English country church, and is substantially built with walls of native fieldstone and partially plastered. The altar is also constructed from native stone, with a foundation five feet below the chapel floor. The stained glass windows depict biblical scenes with relevance to the chapel's rural setting, including: St. Genevieve, patron saint of farm animals; St. Isadore, patron saint of the farmer and St. Hubertus, patron saint of the hunter. A service was held in the chapel on Thanksgiving Day, 1951, without a roof on the building. Eventually, it was named All Saints Chapel. In the summer of 1952, June, July, and August services were held and the tradition of summer services continues to this day. The chapel has been served by retired and vacationing clergy since it opened its doors and is visited yearly by the Bishop of the Diocese of Fond Du Lac. The chapel seats 48. ​ On October 26th, 1991, the chapel was landmarked by Sheboygan County Landmarks, Ltd. An open invitation stands to worship here on Sunday mornings at 9:00 AM, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. For more information about All Saints Chapel or inquiries about weddings and other religious events, contact the Grace Episcopal Church office at 920-452-9659 or . ​ Bishop's Visitation to All Saints Chapel: June 19

  • Christian Formation | Gracesheboygandraft

    “…until all of us come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to maturity, to the measure of the full stature of Christ.” (Ephesians 4:13) We don’t say “education” here. We say “formation.” Formation is God shaping us into the real human beings we were made to be, and that Jesus Christ came to make possible through his self-giving love, through sacrament, prayer practices, learning, mutual support, and service for the life of the world. In Christ, God became human so that we might finally become truly human and share fully in the life of God. In groups that meet regularly, we learn spiritual and prayer practices to encounter each other in love, and to encounter the Spirit of God. We ponder and explore the Holy Bible as the ancient Word of God that is timelessly alive today. We go deep in our Tradition, to receive wisdom from holy ancestors who ground and guide us for the life we live today.