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. St. Michael's parishioners are active and engaged. 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. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome!
Sunday School for all ages is held on the first Sunday of the month from 9:00-9:45 in the Parish Hall. All generations are truly welcome as we guide participants through interactive teachings focused on Biblical stories, Christian narratives, and seasonal themes.
Dates for the 2019-2020 School Year include October 6, November 3, December 1, February 2, March 8, April 5, May 3.
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Contemporary Artists Interpret Stations of the Cross
February 19, 2020 – April 3, 2020
Participating Artists: Anne Cherubim, Elise Ritter, Lisa Harkins, Wil Harkins, Carol Lukitsch, James B. Janknegt, Pauline Kusiak, Terry Peckarsky, Robin Maria Pedrero, Kathleen Stark, Suzanne Stryk, Ann Tracy, Page Turner, Zephren Turner, Pamela Viola, Cindy Warkentin, Angela White, Evy…Read More »
St. Michael's seeks to attend to needs both locally and globally. The local groups highlighted on this page represent the nonprofits with whom St. Michael's is grateful to be in partnership. 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, blanket…Read More »
The date for the annual Block Party is coming soon!
Our annual parish retreat will take place at Shrine Mont, September 18-20, 2020.
Fellowship is cherished part of our parish life, allowing us to connect with one another, often over coffee at coffee hour.
Giving and Growing in Mission
Stewardship is the act of attending to God’s gifts in order to do God’s work. Whether those gifts are the gifts of creation, or more specifically, the financial resources we have at our disposal, as good stewards, we aspire to care responsibly for them and trust they will multiply. Each advancement in our stewardship brings an expansion in o…Read More »