Who You'll Meet at Zion
The Reverend (Father) Scott Allen Seefeldt has served Zion as Vicar (a priest appointed by the bishop) since 2016. Before that he served as the Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in Baraboo, WI and as the assistant Rector of St. Michael’s in Racine. Born and raised in Wausau, Father Scott studied music at the University of Wisconsin—Madison and theology at Nashotah House Theological Seminary. He spent five years before seminary working in college ministry with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Father Scott does some bicycling in the warmer months, does a bit of gardening, and enjoys tinkering on his collector cars throughout the year. He is married to Stephanie Seefeldt, Zion’s organist and choirmaster. They have four children and two dogs.
The Assisting Priest
The Reverend Dr. Matthew S. C. Olver serves Zion as an assisting priest. He teaches Liturgics and Pastoral Ministry at nearby Nashotah House Theological Seminary and is canonically resident in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas. Click HERE for more about Father Matthew.
Stephanie Seefeldt has served as Zion’s organist and choirmaster since 2016. Prior to that she served as organist of Trinity Episcopal Church in Baraboo, WI, Pastor of Worship Arts at Blackhawk Church in Madison, and worship leader at Elmbrook Church in Brookfield, WI. Equally versed in the Anglican hymnbook tradition and contemporary Christian music, Stephanie also travels during the year to provide music for a variety of Christian conferences and seminars. Purchase information for her recorded music can be found HERE. When not making music, Stephanie is the mother of four children and two dogs.
Shelly Buchan has served as Zion’s parish administrator since 2016. She brings to the office her strong faith in Jesus, years of ministry experience especially to children, and a keen understanding of how churches work. Married to an Episcopal priest, Shelly is also mother to two children.
The Right Reverend Steven Andrew Miller has served as bishop of Milwaukee since 2003. He previously served parishes in Missouri and Virginia both small and large. Bishop Miller was instrumental in developing a full-communion relationship with provinces of the Moravian Church. Bishop Miller announced his intention to retire in 2020 after more than thirty-five years of active ministry.
Appointments as scheduled.
All messages are checked throughout the week. For pastoral emergencies, please call the church office at 262.567.7507 and follow the procedure as listed.
237 North Lake Road
Oconomowoc, WI 53066