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There are many ways to PLEDGE!

There are many ways to pledge. For our own accounting purposes (and because it is fun to receive the cards back in the mail), send in your pledge card with your 2021 commitment!

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The Gift of Seeing You

It’s always the things that other people bring, the way someone reads a reading, a particular anthem, that catch me off guard and break my heart open a little bit so the Spirit can get in.

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Solar Update #2

On Friday, September 18th, Our solar installation began and by the end of Saturday the contractors had completed the anchoring

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Voting Guide

The Advocacy Action Committee of St. Michael’s is making available a publication entitled “Democracy Values & the 2020 Election: A Reflection Guide for Faith Communities.”

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Learning Kits Filled with Love

Shopping for backpacks and school supplies in August has become part of the rhythm of our lives, and indeed the day we fill those backpacks with brand-new school supplies is one of the best Sunday mornings of the year! St. Michael’s will continue to support children in the foster-care system, this year with a “Back-to-School” effort that looks a little different due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The 2020 Census Matters to Everyone

The Episcopal Church is urging all its members to take part in the 2020 United States Census. The mission of the census is to count every single person in the United States, without regard to age, immigration or citizenship status, whether or not someone is incarcerated or on parole, or whether they are facing homelessness. The goal of the Church is to help ensure that everyone is counted.

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Sacred Circles

St. Michael’s and the Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice (IMIrJ) invite you into new ways of being, loving, and acting together by engaging in immigrant justice and anti-racism work. Many people at St Michael’s have expressed a desire for a space where they can talk about immigration injustice, racism and white supremacy, and engage in the work of dismantling these personally, in our communities and in the world.

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