Sunday Services

7:30 am Rite I in-person service with no congregational singing but often an organ prelude
Until Labor Day, 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 – June 16

The Profile Committee is entering the final weeks of its mission as it prepares to write the final draft, edit it, and design the final version for publication. Next the final version will be submitted to the Vestry for their approval, and then to the Diocese for their approval. After that it will be ready to launch.
In the meantime, here is a brief introduction to some of the folks who have been working so hard to bring this about. This is an accomplished, thoughtful, passionate group of people, and it’s interesting to learn more about their backgrounds and why they chose to serve on the Parish Profile Committee.

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Upcoming Forum & Summer Coffee Hours

Next Sunday, June 26, Transition Minister Julia Nielsen is hosting a follow-up forum at 11:30 for parishioners to have a chance to hear more about and weigh in on the State of the Parish document she developed a couple of weeks ago after months of conversation with individual and groups of parishioners.

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Children’s Liturgy of the Word

School-age children are invited to attend Children’s Liturgy of the Word each Sunday – even in the summer! Children leave after the Opening Collect and return to the gathered community at the Peace. Children’s Liturgy meets on the lower level in front of the big mural where we share stories of God’s love in the world drawing on a variety of children’s literature.

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Pride Parade & Festival

The Pride Parade is almost here! June 19 is the date, and we will be walking with Trinity Cathedral and other Episcopal churches. We are in the line-up at #48 and are massing on NW Everett, between NW Park and 8th Avenue. Look for the Trinity banner and plan to be there by 11:30 (or whenever you can, after church).

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