a note from the dean
Where the transcendent and ordinary meet
All Saints’ Cathedral has been at the heart of the Diocese of Milwaukee (originally the Diocese of Wisconsin) since 1873. Our cathedral was actually the first planned cathedral of the Episcopal Church in the United States. From the day it opened, it has remained a house of prayer steeped in tradition, yet remains responsive to the needs and concerns of the day.
The worship and music at All Saints’ are unparalleled in their beauty and richness. The smell of incense permeates the beams. The celebration of Holy Communion on Sundays draws a diverse membership to a central meeting place with the living Christ at its center.
Our core values of worship, welcoming, service, and reaching out to the community are at the heart of our common life.
All Saints’ is just six blocks from the shore of Lake Michigan and is located in the vibrant East Town neighborhood of downtown Milwaukee. Even though the church is located in the center of a busy city, it is also a prayerful haven from the hustle and bustle of urban life.
Join us for worship All Saints’. The congregation is diverse and welcoming. As we constantly remind our regulars and our guests, all baptized Christians are welcome to receive Holy Communion in the Episcopal Church regardless of current or past denominational affiliation, age, race, or sexual orientation.
The Very Rev. Kevin Carroll
Cathedral dean & rector