St. Paul the Apostle, Mt. Pleasant
Love One Another Capital Campaign 2021

St. Paul the Apostle, Mount Pleasant

Our Parish Roots:

In 1959 the Archdiocese purchased property at 5700 Washington Ave, Mt. Pleasant, Wisconsin.  A temporary store front would serve as the church from 1963 until the new church was built on that purchased property in 1968.  In 1995 an offer was made to purchase the property where the church stood and in 1996 a 12-acre parcel of land was purchased on Spring St. and Emmertsen. 

On Oct 15, 2000, groundbreaking began. The new church would be a blending of the traditional and contemporary architecture and designed in Mid-western American style. On October 20, 2002, the new church was blessed and dedicated by Archbishop Dolan.

 Today, St Paul’s is home to over 900 families and a very active parish where the people of St Paul the Apostle are called by Jesus Christ to be a people of faith and to reflect His Light in all we do, to put Christ before us, Christ beside us and Christ within us and to share that love of Christ with others.

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Our Share

Through much prayer, planning, and conversation, we have identified our greatest needs and initiatives to strengthen our mission and vision for years to come. Our share of the funds raised will be used to make critical building repairs and support community Christian formation events.

Parish Goal


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July 2022 - December 2022

Final Total Pledged


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  Building repairs - $546,152

We have been blessed with a beautiful church, rich with history, that helps us connect to God and one another through the sacred celebrations carried out within it. For us to continue to be faithful stewards of God’s gifts we will utilize the money from the Love One Another Campaign to address much needed capital improvement projects to our buildings and grounds. Improvement projects within the church include window replacement, Clerestory repairs, carpet replacement, flat roof membrane and concrete repair as well as completion of the LED conversion project.  We have a strong tradition of keeping ahead of the maintenance at St. Paul. Let’s take advantage of the opportunity presented by the Love One Another campaign to keep it up!

  Christian formation - $12,000

In order to remain an engaged, vibrant, and growing parish, we also need additional funding that goes beyond our operating expenses to financially support our ministries. This portion of the funds will be reserved for supporting important initiatives for our children and young adults in the areas of Vacation Bible School, Lenten mission initiatives, and retreats.

Love One Another

PO Box 070912
Milwaukee, WI 53207-0912

3501 South Lake Drive
St. Francis, WI 53235

Phone:  (414) 769-3459


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