Sunday Services
All are welcome in person for our 9:00 and 11:00 am services in English or watch the livestreams.
The Misa service en español at 1:00 pm is also streamed live, and you can watch it here.
The 7:30 am Rite I service happens most Sundays and includes an organ prelude but no congregational singing.
Masks are required to attend all services.

Recent Transition News

Transition Committees

It has become increasingly clear to me that one of the hidden jobs of being a rector is to encourage the community to be involved in the work of the church by serving on various committees. As Jr. Warden for the People, that job has been delegated to me.

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For all recent and past transition information, click here.

The Season after Epiphany at St. Michael's

Between now and February 27, the Sundays leading up to Lent make up Epiphanytide. If you would like to know more about the Epiphany Season, here is a link to a PDF created in the Diocese of Virginia.

At St. Michael’s, our  guest preacher for January 16 and 23 is Julia Nielsen, a deacon in the Methodist church who has experience in community and nonprofit organizing as well as congregations in transition. Padre Beto will continue to preside for these two Sundays.

 

Annual Meeting

Thank you to all who responded to our requests for committees and vestry membership. The vestry leadership is in the process of going through the letters of interest and will be reaching out soon. Please plan to join us by Zoom for the Annual Meeting on January 30 at 12:15 pm. We will vote at that time for vestry members, Endowment Fund Committee members and convention delegates.

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Music for January 23

Edward Elgar (1857-1934) will be a featured composer this Sunday. One of Elgar’s most famous works is his Enigma Variations, an orchestral composition consisting of fourteen variations on an original theme. “Nimrod,” the ninth and most famous variation from this set, will be played as the prelude at the 9:00 am and 11:00 am services, arranged for organ by Robert Gower.

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WeShine Forum

In their January 9 forum, Outreach & Justice featured a speaker from the organization WeShine, which seeks to provide transitional micro-housing for the homeless in every Portland neighborhood.

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