Our Services

7:30 am – Rite I: Traditional language with no music.
9:00 am – Rite II: Holy Eucharist with choir – watch the live stream here
11:00 am – Inclusive language with choir – watch the live stream here

1:00 pm – Misa en español: Véalo en nuestro sitio web

All services available on YouTube and Facebook
Masks are optional inside St. Michael’s.

Now Hiring: Missioner for Youth 

We are hiring a half-time person to walk with youth, families and leaders in reinvigorating and growing our Episcopal Youth Community at St. Michael’s. Click here for a position description.

The Rector's Space

The Filioque and 1800 Years of History in 800 Words

Since this coming Sunday is Trinity Sunday, it seems to me a good time to lean into a point of some confusion regarding the Nicene Creed. You may have noticed that when we say together the words of the Nicene Creed during liturgy, most often in the 9:00 service, there is one phrase that is usually not written in the bulletin (but occasionally makes an inadvertent appearance). You may also have noticed that occasionally one or two voices will steam forward to say the three unwritten words, even when it is not spoken by most others. Always makes me chuckle.
But what is happening?

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Trinity Sunday, Broadway Night & a Look Back

Trinity Sunday, May 26, marks the last Sunday of the choir season this year. The St. Michael’s Singers will lead the 9:00 am service with a rhythmic, fast-paced offertory anthem by the Brazilian composer Ernani Aguiar (as well as a classic communion anthem by Mozart), while the Saints & Singers Choir will sing an arrangement of “Mothering God, you gave me birth,” with words by Julian of Norwich. The choir season won’t truly wrap up, however, until Broadway Night on May 31 and June 1. Buy your tickets on Sunday between services or at the door. We can’t wait to “Raise You Up!”

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Outreach & Justice Sewing Project

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Bellingham, WA, has invited St. Michael’s to participate in an intriguing project. A group from that church (and many others) is sewing small pouches for houseless folks which they can wear around their necks and protect important receipts and documents from weather, loss or theft.

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Upcoming Forum: General Convention

Have you ever wondered how the Episcopal Presiding Bishop is elected? Do you know how policies are established in the Episcopal Church that affect us here at St. Michael’s? Please join a first-time Deputy to Convention representing ECWO and four-time attendee to past General Conventions on Sunday, May 26, at 10:15 am in the Nativity Hall to learn more about the workings of General Convention.

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Creation Care Concerns

In October of 2022, The Episcopal Church of Western Oregon (our Diocese) joined with the national Episcopal Church by committing to work toward achieving carbon neutrality by the year 2030. It was clear that reaching this goal would not be easy. But when faced with the destructive and devastating peril posed by climate change, already visible in increased flooding, droughts, hurricanes and wildfires, the church was determined to confront this crisis that was already harming God’s creation.

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Information regarding services for 01/21/24

Tomorrow, Sunday, January 14, there will be one worship service only at 11:00 am, in the building and online. The 7:30 and 9:00 am services are cancelled. Beto+ is leading Morning Prayer in Spanish on Facebook at 1:00 pm.

We are hopeful that Liturgy of the Word will happen and Choristers rehearsal as well unless those folks hear from Brian.

Conditions allowing, we will still offer our Candidates Forum at 10:15 am with Helen Crandell and Scott+ in the Nativity Hall.

The Cathedral Trio concert scheduled for tonight, Saturday, January 20, has also been postponed. Please look for the new date coming soon.

Join us next week for our regular schedule!