Outreach & Justice Forum

On Sunday, November 20, our Outreach & Justice Council is hosting a forum between the services entitled “Together, We Can End Unsheltered Homelessness.” Please join us at 10:10 am in the Nativity Hall, or check your eblast for the Zoom link information.

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Advocacy Action on Sunday

Between services on Sunday, November 13, the Advocacy Action committee will be in the Gallery with letters to Senators Wyden and Merkley requesting them to support the Global Food Security Reauthorization Act of 2022 (S.4649).

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Outreach & Justice Forum

The forum on Sunday, October 16, will feature a guest speaker from the Bybee Lakes Hope Center. The CEO and founder of the organization, Alan Evans, will be live-streamed for this presentation.

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Reckoning with Racism Sunday

We invite you to join us in a liturgy to experience our baptismal covenant more deeply and better understand our responsibility as Episcopalians to see and dismantle the systems that perpetuate racism.

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Creation Care Series

“This fragile earth, our island home” will be the focus of a series of discussions sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of San Joaquin from 6:30 pm to 8 pm on four consecutive Wednesdays in September, beginning September 7.

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Reckoning with Racism Team News

St. Michael’s Reckoning with Racism team will be commissioned as an ongoing ministry on October 23, 2022. The team is planning a liturgy for that day, coupled with a forum in between the 9:00 and 11:00 am services.

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Update: 66 Backpacks Packed!

A huge thank-you to everyone who contributed to our backpack project for local children and youth in foster care, and to all those who helped pack the backpacks last Sunday after church.

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New Meal Ministry Beginning

St. Michael’s popular twice-monthly Saturday community lunches were victims of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Burrito Love ministry, which provides a burrito lunch on the last Saturday of the month, has filled some of the gap created by the loss of those lunches. St. Michael’s is going to build on the success of the Burrito Love ministry by offering regular sack lunches. 

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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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Advocacy Action Signatures Needed

Following this Sunday’s 10:00 am service, the Advocacy Action Committee will have letters for you to sign asking our local members of Congress to support the creation of a Truth and Healing Commission on Indian Boarding School policies in the United States (H.R. 5444/S. 2907). This commission will be dedicated to addressing the legacy of violence and abuse perpetrated by boarding schools in this country, including some run by the Episcopal Church, that removed Indigenous children from their families and forced them to participate in the boarding school system.

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