St. Thomas of Canterbury Church is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee and the national Episcopal Church, in communion with Anglican churches throughout the world. STOC is one of the younger parishes in the Diocese of Milwaukee, having only achieved parish status in 1977, yet we are a diverse group spanning a wide age range and offering many gifts.
Our present sense of identity and purpose is summed up this way: Our parishioners celebrate the richness of the Book of Common Prayer with our Sunday 8 am and Wednesday Noon services using Rite I, and the 10:00 am Sunday service using Rite II, and on the 5th Sundays of months, Morning Prayer. We also offer Evening Prayer services throughout the year. Parishioners participate in a continuing process of spiritual development through our worship, men’s and women’s groups and a parish prayer group.
We are dedicated to the liturgy, spiritual education, outreach, inspirational music and fellowship. St Thomas of Canterbury is a community of people with a common faith and hope. We are continually seeking ways to embody the love of God through action, and invite all seekers of God to join us.