All Saints Episcopal Church
100 North Drew Street • Appleton, Wisconsin 54911 • (920) 734-3656
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Holy Eucharist/Holy Unction
Wednesdays at 9:00 am
July 8, 1947 - August 11, 2018
All Saints is devastated by the loss of Frank Rippl, our beloved organist/choirmaster for 46 years. Frank was the force behind All Saints' thriving music program, directing the choir with kindness and humor and making Sunday mornings joyful with his magnificent organ playing. He was very active in the local music community; he taught vocal music in elementary schools, co-founded the Appleton Boychoir, organized the annual Lunchtime Organ Recital program, and much, much more.
Frank's obituary can be read here, and a beautiful article published by the Appleton Post-Crescent is here.
Please pray for Frank's wife Carol, his family, and all those who loved him.
Find All Saints on Instagram!
All Saints' digital evangelism base includes Instagram, a free photo-based app. If you are on Instagram and would like to follow us, search for @allsaintsappleton. To submit your pictures of parish and parishioners, send images to Youth Minister Erin Wolf, firstname.lastname@example.org or text (920) 918-4007
Frank Rippl Music Scholar Endowment Fund
An endowment fund has been established to honor the service of Frank Rippl, organist and choirmaster 1971-2018. To learn more and how to give, click here.
Welcome to Bishop Jim Adams and his wife Stacey! Bishop Jim will serve as our long-term supply priest until we call a new rector.
Join us for an evening of contemplation and song in the style of the community of Taizé in France! The services will be held at 5:00 pm on the following dates:
Sunday, January 27: Memorial Presbyterian Church (803 E. College Ave.)
Sunday, February 10: All Saints
Sunday, February 24: Sabin House (corner of Alton & Meade Sts. on the LU campus)
Annual Parish Meeting
Sunday, January 27
We will have one service at 9am on January 27. All are invited to attend the Annual Meeting in Kemper Hall following the service. A light lunch will be provided.