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Worship & Music

Recovery Sunday

As we have for the last few years, we will celebrate recovery and sobriety with a Recovery Sunday Eucharist on Sunday, July 27, at the 9:00 and 11:15 am liturgies. The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics [...]Read More »

Caitlin Stave Recital

Before she leaves for grad school in Washington, our wonderful soprano soloist and St. Michael’s Singers section leader Caitlin Stave is offering a free farewell recital here on Sunday, July 27, at 5:00 pm. Please [...]Read More »

Taizé Prayer Service

Taizé-stained-glass1All are welcome at our next Taizé Prayer Service on Monday, August 11, at 7:00 pm in the Nativity Hall. Taizé Prayers offers a quiet, reflective time throughout the year. Each second Monday of [...]Read More »

Parish Worship & Picnic

All are welcome to our annual all-parish Worship in the Park followed by a grand picnic. We will meet at Rose City Park (NE 62nd and Tillamook) for an 11:00 am bilingual liturgy on Sunday, [...]Read More »

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Christian Formation

Church History in the Park

This summer, Assistant Rector James Joiner would like to combine two of  his favorite things: church history and sunshine. In the past few weeks, several folks have asked him about reading a good, brief history [...]Read More »

Summer Forums: The Art of Hope

Some of the most popular Adult Ed Forums we’ve had this year have involved the intersection of art and faith, and this summer we’re going to make an even bigger focus of this connection. During [...]Read More »

RC Roots Group

Those who have come to St. Michael & All Angels from Roman Catholic backgrounds may find a newly formed group of interest. The group meets on the fourth Monday of each month from 7:00 – [...]Read More »

Book Group Updates

The Monday Book Group has begun to read Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha and Mohammed Cross the Road?: Christian Identity in a Multi-Faith World, by Brian D. McLaren. This book group meets on [...]Read More »


Outreach & Justice

Summer Book Group

This summer, St. Michael’s is joining with the Episcopal community in Portland to offer a chance to take a close look at the moral and ethical implications of how we are using the Creation. The [...]Read More »

School Supplies for Foster Children

Beginning in late July, St. Michael’s will collect school supplies and backpacks for local children in the foster-care system. On Sunday, August 17, during the 10 o’clock hour, the congregation will assemble the backpacks [...]Read More »

Eco-Theological Reflections

As part of the GreenFaith Certification program that St. Michael’s has undertaken, the Green Team will publish eight reflections. These reflections may involve hours of work by their authors and go into greater depth or [...]Read More »

Summer Green Ways Tips

As part of our GreenFaith certification program, you will begin to see ideas and tips we’re calling Green Ways in your communications from St. Michael’s. Some of these may be familiar, common-sense suggestions, while others [...]Read More »

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Parish & Community Life

Mozart's "Magic Flute" at St. Michael's

Portland Summer Opera Workshop (PSOW) presents Mozart’s beloved, enchanted opera Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), sung in the original German, performed concert version with musical director Luke Housner at the piano. The casts are [...]Read More »

Upcoming Summer Youth Activities

Our co-youth leaders, Rector Chris Craun and CV Hartline, together with the youth advisory team, have planned several fun activities this summer. All St. Michael’s youth going into grades 6-12 are invited and welcome. Read [...]Read More »

Yoga Classes Offered

Parishioner Alicia Gillespie recently completed a 200-hour Hatha yoga teacher-training program and is excited to offer a class in the Nativity Hall on Wednesdays from 7:30-8:45pm beginning July 23. Everyone is welcome, whether you have [...]Read More »

Vestry Bulletin Board

Most of you have noticed the blue bulletin boards in the Gallery. Our newest board features the Vestry members’ photos as well as the minutes from recent meetings and the Treasurer’s reports. The Parish Life [...]Read More »

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