Welcome to a place of connection and love.

During this time of physical separation, we offer prayers and services in multiple channels and formats, as well as resources for children and adults and all others who come to our website. To the right are direct links to resources, information, and live streaming that will be most useful during this time.

If you have questions or problems with any of our live links or issues with viewing videos, Zoom meetings, or any of our other tech during this social distancing time, Send us an email by clicking here.  

Welcome to a place of connection and love.

Live Stream our Sunday Service​

During this time of physical separation, we offer prayers and services in multiple channels and formats, as well as resources for children and adults and all others who come to our website. Click the hamburger below for direct links to resources, information, and live streaming that will be most useful during this time.

If you have questions or problems with any of our live links or issues with viewing videos, Zoom meetings, or any of our other tech during this social distancing time, Send us an email by clicking here. 

Front Page News

Social Justice Resources

RACE TALKS’ mission is to support interracial and cross-cultural communication and relationships through the development of sensitivity and understanding, and social justice activism supported by educational panels / or films,

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Financial Updates from the Treasurer

With all of the current uncertainty in the world, I want to pass along a positive update regarding the finances of St. Michael’s. At the end of April, we had collected over 35% of our annual pledges and 40% of our budgeted open offerings. That puts us ahead of schedule as we come to the historically slower summer months.

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Spiritual Practices in the Time of a Pandemic

This is a pivotal time in our common life. The world as we have known it is changed and we are living with grief, anxiety, fear and uncertainty. We see glimmers of light in the darkness, but the future is yet unknown. The time has not come for us to begin imagining our future.

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The Feast of Pentecost

Today we mark Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit among the apostles and followers of Jesus. Celebrated 50 days after Easter (including the day of Easter itself), the name of the holiday comes from the Greek Pentēkostē, which literally means “the 50th day.”

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WE live in love through our Baptismal Promises to welcome and respect the dignity of every human being, care for God’s creation, and engage in the ministry of Jesus to bring light, healing, and grace to our world.

WE manifest joy through vibrant worship, beautiful music, and the active participation and nurturing of our children and youth.

WE embrace resilience by learning each other’s stories, proclaiming the Good News of God’s unconditional love, and strengthening our capacity to hope.

WE seek justice by advocating for political change, continuing our work as an Immigrant Welcoming Congregation, and striving to understand our role in social, economic, and racial inequality.

WE are rooted as an Episcopal Church, honoring our traditions from the creative perspective of our community, learning how to engage the bilingual and multicultural makeup of our congregation, and seeking silence and stillness to glean insight from the Holy Spirit among us.

WE live in love through our Baptismal Promises to welcome and respect the dignity of every human being, care for God’s creation, and engage in the ministry of Jesus to bring light, healing, and grace to our world.

WE manifest joy through vibrant worship, beautiful music, and the active participation and nurturing of our children and youth.

WE embrace resilience by learning each other’s stories, proclaiming the Good News of God’s unconditional love, and strengthening our capacity to hope.

WE seek justice by advocating for political change, continuing our work as an Immigrant Welcoming Congregation, and striving to understand our role in social, economic, and racial inequality.

WE are rooted as an Episcopal Church, honoring our traditions from the creative perspective of our community, learning how to engage the bilingual and multicultural makeup of our congregation, and seeking silence and stillness to glean insight from the Holy Spirit among us.

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Sun 07

Sunday Live at STMAA

June 7 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Sun 07

Red Door Zoom

June 7 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am
Sun 07

Servicio de Oración

June 7 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Where and When

1704 NE 43rd Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97213
503.284.7141

Sunday Services:
7:30 - Rite I
9:00 & 11:00 - Rite II
1:00 pm - Misa en Español

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