St. Peter's Episcopal Church

To lead each person into a living relationship with Jesus Christ, train them as disciples, and make Jesus known to others.

We Believe:

All are welcome.  We believe all baptized christians are able to partake in the Lord's Eucharist.

If you have questions or are unsure of what this means, please contact Fr. Andrew Hanyzewski.
To read more information regarding the National Episcopal Church, click here.
For more information regarding the Episcopal Diocease of Milwaukee, you can visit the website here.

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If you are in need of prayer or would like to be added to the prayer net, please send an email to
Contact Liz Collins via phone at 920-222-9048
Carmen Garces via phone at 920-568-8854

Upcoming Events:

Sunday, August 23
   8:00am - Bible Study
   10:00am-Coffee Hour

Wednesday, August 26
    6:00pm-Holy Eucharist

Thursday, August 27
    12:10pm-Holy Eucharist
    5:30pm-Vestry Meeting

Sunday, August 30
    8:00am-Bible Study
    10:00am-Coffee Hour

Next Vestry Meeting
Thursday, September 17th 5:30pm











































Downton Abbey Gala

September 19, 2015 

The PBS television series, Downton Abbey, is about the aristocratic Crowley family and its servants, set in England at the turn of the twentieth century. Here in Fort Atkinson, Episcopal services were held regularly since 1860 but the current church building was completed in 1929. Though both have their origins in England the two are not often mentioned in the same breath… until now.  
The Downton Abbey Gala is a benefit for St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. It will be held at the historic Fort Atkinson Club overlooking the majestic Rock River. A four course dinner will be served in the Crowley manor house style… a social event not to be missed. There will also be a silent and a live auction with many lovely items donated by individuals and area businesses.   
There are several ways individuals can become involved in this event. We are in need of silent and live auction items. Please think of donating a gift certificate, art item, antique, service, and please contact merchants or other individuals for their tax deductible donation. There are forms to give out that explain our event and cause! 
Finally, we need everyone's help to make this monumental task a great success. People who can set up tables, transport items, help with food preparation, plating, and most of all SELL TICKETS!!! 
Any questions, please contact Fr. Andrew (920-563-3889) or Virginia Newcomb (608-444-0981) 

 Call the church office (920-563-3889) to purchase tickets: $45.00 per person. 
Reservations are required due to limited seating. 
Period dress is optional.