The Episcopal tradition values the role community plays in spiritual formation. It’s at the core of our beliefs and can be found in the very words of our Sunday worship gatherings. While individually we may not have all the answers, or even know what questions we want to ask, we strongly believe that the Holy Spirit is present when two or three are gathered. Sharing a meal at the altar or around the dinner table, working alongside one another, learning through scripture together, we greatly value the many ways in which this faith community enriches our lives and draws us closer to God.
Church is contained neither by Sunday morning nor by the walls of the building. St. Michael's parishioners are active and engaged. We worship. We learn. We pray. We help others. We love. We take trips. We build houses. We form lasting relationships. We ask meaningful questions. We laugh. We seek to be formed through scripture. We want to bless the lives of others. We are loved de…Read More »
St. Michael's supports local social services agencies that serve our neighbors in need. Through volunteer activities, monetary donations, and gifts in kind, we seek to serve Christ in all persons. We also conduct a monthly collection, through which we give warm clothes, blankets, toiletries, food items, school supplies and books. The local groups highlighted on this page represen…Read More »
St. Michael's has a global view, supporting work on our planetary environment, international services, and support for international arrivals in the United States.