Sunday Service Changes

It’s been a wonderful summer of worshipping together at the combined Sunday service; but we’re pleased to announce that as of next Sunday, September 25, we celebrate our patronal feast day and also a return to our program-year schedule of four Sunday services: 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 am in English, and 1:00 pm in Spanish.

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A Note from the Choir Director

I’m struggling not to be completely self-absorbed while in exile. Fortunately, it’s the season after the Epiphany, when God reveals themself to us through the Christ. I find the cure for my selfishness to be Evening Prayer, which includes both the Song of Mary, with its radical reordering of the human economic/political sphere, and the Song of Simeon. As a musician, I’m drawn to the multitude of great settings of Simeon’s canticle from the Gospel according to St. Luke, mostly using the old translation from the 1549 Prayer Book.

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Holy Week & Easter from Taizé

Taizé services have been at St. Michael’s for many years. Our services include live music and chants from the Taizé community in France. Meet us online in this time of separation.

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Advent Lessons & Carols

On Saturday, December 21, hear the traditional stories and songs of Christmas, with anthems sung by the St. Michael’s Singers and Choristers, including Howells’ A Spotless Rose, Rachmaninoff’s Bogoroditsye Dyevo,

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Matthew David Morris concert

To support our deacon in his final year of seminary, a Seminary Tuition Fundraiser Concert on Saturday, November 16, at 7:00 pm in the St. Michael’s Nave. Matthew David will

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Family Worship on October 20

All families with young children are invited to Music Makers & Family Worship on Saturday, October 20, at 4:30 pm to sing, dance, pray, give thanks and eat together! Join

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