Sunday Services
All are welcome in person for our 9:00 and 11:00 am services in English or watch the livestreams.
The Misa service en español at 1:00 pm is also streamed live, and you can watch it here.
The 7:30 am Rite I service happens most Sundays and includes an organ prelude but no congregational singing.
Masks are required to attend all services.

Recent Transition News

Transition Committees

It has become increasingly clear to me that one of the hidden jobs of being a rector is to encourage the community to be involved in the work of the church by serving on various committees. As Jr. Warden for the People, that job has been delegated to me.

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For all recent and past transition information, click here.

The Season after Epiphany at St. Michael's

Between now and February 27, the Sundays leading up to Lent make up Epiphanytide. If you would like to know more about the Epiphany Season, here is a link to a PDF created in the Diocese of Virginia.

At St. Michael’s, our  guest preacher for January 16 and 23 is Julia Nielsen, a deacon in the Methodist church who has experience in community and nonprofit organizing as well as congregations in transition. Padre Beto will continue to preside for these two Sundays.


Longest Night Service

December can be a difficult month for those who have faced the loss of a loved one or who have experienced hardship associated with this time of year. For some, the Christmas season is one of sadness or loneliness; for others, it is hectic and stressful. If you need an escape from the cheery Christmas tunes and busy atmosphere of the season, you are invited to come to our Longest Night service (also known as Blue Christmas) on Tuesday, December 21 at 7:00 pm.

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Outreach & Justice Advent Outreach

It must be a scary time for the Afghan refugees coming into our city at this time. They know little about us, and are in need of everything – housing, jobs, help with language, with riding the bus, with doctor appointments, with school, with housewares and warm clothing. Thankfully, there are agencies that have opened their hearts to them, helping them navigate through these difficult waters.

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A Young People’s Lessons & Carols

A Young People’s Lessons & Carols will be presented on Saturday, December 18, at 4:30 pm. We are grateful for parishioner and associate clergy the Rev. Bob Macauley, who will preside at the service; for organist Hannah Brewer who will play Advent and Christmas hymns for all to sing; and for the children and youth who will read the appointed lessons foretelling the coming of the Christ Child.

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