Grace Episcopal Church
Christ, Community, Compassion

In response to the latest directives from the CDC and the State of Wisconsin we will be suspending in-person public worship in the Diocese of Fond du Lac until further notice. Below are some resources for this time of social distancing.

Healing and Reconciliation in a Time of Pandemic
In a time of great sickness, a pandemic, where do we turn for help? What do we mean when we use the word “healing”? Is healing for humans, or humans and animals or humans and animals and botanicals, or for all living creatures and for the habitats in which they live? What do we mean when we use the word “reconciliation”? Do healing and reconciliation synergize with one another, or work against one another? What are the sacraments that speak to the need for healing and reconciliation? Does God send illness, injury and death to build our character, to get our attention, to teach us a lesson?
Keeping it Together when the World is Coming Apart: Praying
with Julian of Norwich
Beginning Saturday March 21, Bishop Gunter will present a video Lenten Retreat on Julian of Norwich who lived in a time of pandemic, political unrest, and other uncertainty yet found peace and hope in spite of that.
COVID-19 - Latest News from The Diocese of Fond du Lac
​In response to the latest directives from the CDC (no gatherings larger than 50) and the White House (no gatherings larger than 10) we will be suspending in person public worship in the Diocese of Fond du Lac until further notice.
Live - Morning Prayer at St. Thomas, Menasha, Sundays 10:00 am CST.
The Rt. Rev. Matthew Gunter will officiate morning prayer this Sunday at 10:00 am via live stream.
Live - Morning Prayer at Grace Church Sundays 10:15 am CST.
Participate in Morning Prayer streamed LIVE from Grace Church Sheboygan every Sunday at 10:15 am.
Stations of the Cross
The custom of meditating upon Jesus’ final journey to the cross during the season of Lent dates back to the Middle Ages. The fourteen stations represent the scriptural and traditional events of Jesus’ journey from condemnation before Pilate to his death on the cross and his entombment.
Find More Spiritual Resources on Grace Abounds!
Visit Grace Abounds, the Grace church multi-media ministry for videos of past services, educational programs such as Daily Office Basics, and offerings from the wider church.
Daily Offices with Mission St. Clare
Visit Mission St. Clare for Daily Offices (with Music), Devotions, Lectionaries and more.

All Saints Chapel liturgies are celebrated during the summer months in the same manner as celebrated at its mother parish, Grace Church in Sheboygan. The bishop of Fond du Lac, Bishop Matthew A. Gunter makes an annual visit to the chapel located in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.

All Saints Chapel

Services are held every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

The History of All Saints Chapel

In the late 1930s the Reverend A. Parker Curtis, Rector of Grace Church, Sheboygan, and his Curate, the Reverend William Elwell, began using a room at Sharpe's Resort to offer Eucharist for Episcopalians on vacation at Elkhart during the summer months. The gathering in that room came to be known as St. Francis by the Lake.

During World War II, services were suspended, but directly after the war, a band room in a public school was used for services. Eventually it was decided that a chapel should be built in the area. Grace Church bought a small piece of land, one hundred feet square from the Arndt Estate.

Interior of All Saints Chapel

Before and during the construction, Bill Hayssen and Bishop Brady worked very closely with Satre and Senescall Architects, in association with Richard Phillip of Milwaukee, who directed the efforts, before and during the construction. In 1951 the chapel was completed as it had been agreed upon. The agreement was to have a chapel "suitable for use in the summer and the year round if the need arises." Bishop Brady consecrated the chapel in 1951.

The chapel is constructed of native field stone, partially plastered. A wooden beamed ceiling is used throughout the chapel. The floor is a special slate used all over the area and is also used in complement with the floor of the Walsingham Shrine in Grace Church. Many examples of the gothic look of this chapel can be found throughout Sheboygan County.