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9:00 & 11:00 – Rite II
1:00 pm – Misa en Español
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We have another musical event coming up at St. Michael’s on Saturday, February 11, at 3:00 pm. Ping & Woof Opera presents the vocal recital “Songs for My Valentine” with husband and wife singers Jocelyn Claire Thomas (soprano) and Zachary Lenox (baritone), accompanied by Hannah Brewer on piano.
After a break for our vestry candidates forum and the Annual Meeting, our history forum series resumed last Sunday, February 5, with the topic “The Emergence of Hispanic Ministries within St. Michael’s.” Look for it to be posted soon. On February 12, the forum topic will be “Women’s Crucial Roles within St. Michael’s,” and it will be presented by a parishioner who is also a volunteer and professional archivist. The topic of the forum on February 19 will be “The History of the Music Program at St. Michael’s,” and it will be led by the Rev. Dr. Caroline Litzenberger.
We invite you to make a donation to “seed the soup pot” for the NE Emergency Food Program (NEPF), the local ministry we support every year on the Souper Bowl of Caring Sunday! Our young people will make an announcement and collect donations in person on Sunday, February 12th.
Work has begun on the Columbarium Expansion Project. A parishioner-led team has been working on this project since April. The St. Michael’s Columbarium contains niches for the cremated remains of St. Michael’s parishioners and/or their family members who have died, and also for those who wish to reserve a spot for themselves or loved ones in the future.
Our Annual Meeting is coming up next Sunday, January 29, at 12:15 pm in the Nave (following the 11:00 am service). We hope many of you plan to attend! The meeting will be livestreamed and you’ll be able to vote online, but it’s wonderful to attend in person for this communal event if possible.
It’s time to join the St. Michael’s Creation Care Team. We need a group of concerned people who are willing to work toward achieving the goal of carbon neutrality that is needed to save our planet. The mission of the Creation Care Team will be two-fold. On one hand, the team will look at ways we can improve the carbon footprint of our facility. On the other, the team will provide information to help members of our community improve the climate resilience of their own homes. Working together, we can make a difference in the effort to save God’s creation.