Father Kenny Miller came to St. Boniface in August 2010. He is the third rector of St. Boniface.  Fr. Miller holds a bachelor’s degree from King College in Bristol, TN and a master’s of divinity degree from Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA. Before coming to St. Boniface, he served as rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Smithfield, NC for three years. He has also served as assistant rector at St. James Episcopal Church in Wichita, KS.  

Christian Education Director    Mary Metz

Christian Education Director Mary Metz

Parish Administrator    Terri Heidtke

Parish Administrator
Terri Heidtke

Mary holds an A.B. degree from Marquette University where she studied theology and education and an M.Ed. degree with an emphasis in administration from National Lewis University. She also has earned an Education for Ministry (EfM) Certificate. Mary taught in the Grafton Public Schools for 34 years and now enjoys putting her interests and experience together as Christian Education Director.

A Mequon native, Terri began at St. Boniface in 2011. Terri handles all the administrative details of the church. She is a key member of the Mequon Preschool team. Terri’s experience and warm personality make St. Boniface and Mequon Preschool run smoothly.

Music Director and Organist    Cindy Wilmeth

Music Director and Organist Cindy Wilmeth

Cindy started with St. Boniface in February 2010 as the organist and choir accompanist, and has been music director since January 2014. Born in Texas and raised in Grafton, WI, she holds a BA from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, and an MA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Before coming to St. Boniface, she served as the long-term substitute organist for Grace Lutheran Church ELCA in Grafton, WI. She also spent three years playing for the Mainstreet Moravian Church in Northfield, MN, and has subbed for a wide variety of churches in the greater Milwaukee metro area.  Cindy’s favorite hymn is “Love Divine, All Loves Excelling,” and she hopes to see you at choir practice!