Sunday Services

7:30 am Rite I in-person service with no congregational singing but often an organ prelude
Until September 25, there will be one Rite II service at 10:00 am. Catch the live stream here.
Or find us on Facebook or YouTube.
1:00 pm Misa service en español is in-person and streamed live on Vimeo, YouTube and Facebook. You can also watch on our website.
Masks are optional inside St. Michael’s.

Transition Update – Sept. 15

The Search Committee has received four applications at this time. Zoom interviews will be scheduled after the application deadline, which is currently October 8. Also, please join Jules for a transition-update forum this Sunday, September 18, at 11:30 am in the Nativity Hall. For those who wish to participate from home, check your eblast for the Zoom link.

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Our Parish Profile 2022

The position of Rector for St. Michael & All Angels is open for applications. the Parish Profile as well as information on the application process can be found by clicking the “Read More.”

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A note from Sherman

This Sunday, we will be observing our Patronal Festival of St Michael & All Angels, and Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has sent us a video greeting on the occasion of the centennial of that event. See it Sunday!

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Sunday Service Changes

It’s been a wonderful summer of worshipping together at the combined Sunday service; but we’re pleased to announce that as of next Sunday, September 25, we celebrate our patronal feast day and also a return to our program-year schedule of four Sunday services: 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 am in English, and 1:00 pm in Spanish.

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A Note from Jules

While away on vacation last week, I was blessed to ride some of the best rollercoasters in the world, at Cedar Point in Northern Ohio near my hometown. My husband and I are theme park megafans, and I can honestly say there is almost nowhere I find more joy than at the top of that first big hill, about to slide 200 feet toward the ground at a hundred miles an hour. But before the big thrill, after they strapped us into our seats, the click-click-click of going upwards toward the top always makes me ask myself, ‘Lord, what have I done? This is a terrible idea!’

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