All are welcome for our Holy Week services, beginning on Sunday, April 10, Palm Sunday/Sunday of the Passion. Below is the general outline of Holy Week. Click “read more” for a more detailed schedule and ways to support St. Michael’s this Easter season.
Following the guidance of the diocese and the Governor’s office, we are relaxing our masking requirement effective Saturday, March 12, and masking will be optional and honored for those that would prefer to continue to mask in group settings.
Do you have a devotional practice around what you read in the morning? Would you like to develop one? Many people of prayer have kept books of inspirational texts and poetry nearby to tune their hearts with first thing in the morning.
The Episcopal Church is clear that our mission is to offer a sacred welcome to immigrants and refugees and to work toward immigrant justice. But just how do we do this? What are we called to do as Episcopalians and members of St Michael’s?