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Worship & Music

Lenten Evensong

On Sunday, March 22, at 5:00 pm, the traditional Evensong service will be directly followed by a performance of Maurice Duruflé’s sublime “Requiem” (1947), sung by The St. Michael’s Singers and accompanied on organ [...]Read More »

Family Worship in March

All families with young children are welcome at our next Family Worship, happening on Saturday, March 21, beginning at 4:30 pm with Music Makers. Family Worship with Eucharist follows Music Makers in the Nativity Hall. [...]Read More »

Prayer Retreat & Eucharist

On Saturday, March 21, at 9:00 am,  St. Brigid’s Guild is hosting a half-day prayer retreat, which will conclude with a Healing Prayer Eucharist. We’ll begin at 9:00 am in the Parish Hall and [...]Read More »

Holy Week & Easter

Holy Week in 2015 begins on Palm Sunday, also known as the Sunday of the Passion, on March 29 and culminates with the Easter Vigil on Saturday evening, April 4. Easter Sunday, April 5, is [...]Read More »

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Christian Formation

Lenten Forums

Our special Lenten Adult Ed Forum series began on February 8 and will continue on Sunday mornings through March 22. For this special seven-part series, we’ll be exploring different ways that the stories we tell [...]Read More »

Thursday Book Group Update

St. Michael’s Thursday Night Book Group continues to meet on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. Beginning on March 26, we will turn our focus [...]Read More »

Lenten Bible Study

The next meetings of our St. Michael’s Bible Study will occur on Thursdays, March 12, and March 26, from 6:00-7:00 pm in St. Michael’s House. This is a time for us to ask all the [...]Read More »

Welcoming our Seminarian Intern

Please welcome Marianne Allison, who will be with us until the end of May as our seminarian intern. She will be working with our current Village Support Team, aiding in some Adult Formation opportunities, [...]Read More »

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Outreach & Justice

Oscar Romero Commemoration

Who is Oscar Romero? This year marks the 35th commemoration of the martyrdom of Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador. Pope Francis recently cleared Romero for beatification, a final step toward sainthood in the [...]Read More »

Immigration Movie Series

St. Michael’s, already an Immigrant Welcoming Congregation, is in the process of exploring if it will become a Sanctuary church for immigrants targeted for deportation. This year’s Lenten Movie Night series will show the [...]Read More »

HCAO Rally Update

1,200 lively Oregonians rallied on the Capitol Steps in Salem on February 11, 2015, in support of high-quality, publicly funded, privately delivered, affordable health care for everyone who lives or works in Oregon. At [...]Read More »

"Best Practices" at St. Michael's

As we’ve said several times in our GreenWays pieces, often just making small changes will lead to big results when you’re trying to live and act in a more environmentally friendly way. If we look [...]Read More »

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Parish & Community Life

Return of the Dragonslayers!

After skipping a year, it’s time for the St. Michael’s Dragonslayers adult softball team to return! This year’s season will be short — only six games. The season starts on March 31 and continues [...]Read More »

Lent Madness Update

Lent Madness has been a fun way of learning about the Church’s Calendar of Saints. The format is straightforward: 32 saints are placed into a tournament-like single elimination bracket. Each pairing remains open for [...]Read More »

Classical Up Close!

On Tuesday, April 28, at 7:30 pm, Oregon Symphony musicians will once again present a chamber concert in the St. Michael’s Nave as part of their “Classical Up Close” program. In 2013, symphony members [...]Read More »

Annual Report & New Vestry Members

On Sunday afternoon, February 8, we gathered as a congregation and community in the Nave to hear an address by Rector Chris Craun and an explanation of 2014’s income and expense report and the 2015 [...]Read More »

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