Feast of St. Michael’s & Annual Parish Picnic
Sunday, Sept. 29, at 5 p.m. • Join us for fun, food & fellowship!
Catered by Clyde Cooper’s BBQ
Adults (12 and above): $12
Children (5 -12): $6
Children (4 and under): free
$35 family cap
RSVP in the lobby or click below. Mail a check or pay at the door.
1520 Canterbury Road Raleigh, NC 27608
Opportunities abound to help within our community and in others this fall. It’s as easy a picking up a package of diapers at the store, or as involved as providing hurricane relief support to those in the Lumberton area. Take a look!
• September Collection: The Diaper Train
We are collecting size 5 diapers, pull-ups and baby wipes.Please place your donations in the Parish Hall bins by Sept. 30.
• Yam Jam: Saturday, Oct. 5
Join a St. Michael’s team to glean sweet potatoes at First Fruits Farm in Franklin County. Volunteers of all ages, including families, are welcome. Wear what you would wear for a morning of dirty yard work (work boots or old tennis shoes, clothes you don’t mind getting dirty, hats and sunscreen). Bring water and work gloves. We will meet for breakfast somewhere near the church, time and place TBD. Please contact Anna McLamb to sign up.
• Hurricane Relief Day of Service: Saturday, Oct. 5
Volunteers are needed to provide labor to families still suffering from housing needs in the wakeof Hurricane Florence. We will gather at 6:30 a.m. on October 5, at St. Michael’s and travel to the Lumberton area. Construction skills are not needed. Please contact Jeff Sural (202-251-0132) or John McHenry (919-306-3659) to join this one-day team. Sign-up deadline is Monday,September 30.
Our programs are designed to introduce Contemplative Prayer and the practice of Christian Spirituality. In a small group setting, we will explore what helps us respond to God in ordinary life. We will build friendships, practice attentive listening, and respond to scripture. This time will allow us to experience silence as a uniquely powerful way of being open to God.
David Arcus, former Duke University Chapel Organist, will play a concert on St. Michael’s magnificent Nichols & Simpson organ on Friday, September 20 at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Arcus holds degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory and Yale University, and his concerts are always glorious and entertaining. David is currently Director of Music and Organist at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Hillsborough. Don’t miss this fun evening of great music. Admission is free. Learn more at: https://holymichaelchoirs.org/concerts
David Arcus, in concert
Friday, Sept. 20
Join us! If you have been attending St. Michael's for awhile or are new to us and have never participated in our Newcomer Classes,
we encourage you to do so.
"Introduction to St. Michael's" — Rector Greg Jones will lead the Wednesday night sessions, 6:15pm-7:30pm, September 11, 18, 25 and October 2, in the Adult Education Room of the Parish Hall Building. This class is the beginning of our membership process for all who are new to us.
Child care is provided with advance reservations. Please contact Lee Hayden, Director of Newcomer Ministry, if you have questions.
“The Christian Faith” — A three-session class for all who are new to the Episcopal denomination, those who want to learn more about our denomination, and parents who desire baptism for their child/children. Please join our rector, Greg Jones at 6:15 -7:30 p.m.,
Oct. 16, 23 and 30, in the Adult Education Room of the Parish Hall Building.
Child care is available with advance reservations. Contact Lee Hayden, Director of Newcomer Ministry, if you have questions.
All women of St. Michael’s are invited to join our Women’s Bible Study this fall, beginning Sept. 10 & 13. Two sessions: Tuesday evenings and Friday mornings. Child care will be available on Fridays with advance reservations. A Beth Moore study led by Frances Penick.
Tuesdays: Sept. 10- Nov. 19, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Fridays: Sept. 13 - Nov. 22,. 9:30am-11:30am
“A Woman’s Heart - God’s Dwelling Place”
This in-depth biblical study by Beth Moore explores the fascinating account of the building of the tabernacle, the significance of its intricate design, its pivotal role in God’s eternal plan and the grand fulfillment of its purpose by Jesus Christ, the true Tabernacle. As we journey through this Old Testament account, we are encouraged to prepare our hearts, like the Holy of Holies, to become a home for God’s love and glory- a dwelling place for the Most High God.
Contact: Frances Penick. Fhpenick@nc.rr.com/ #919-810-1298
Workbook Cost: $17
6th GRADE WELCOME DINNER
Wednesday, Aug. 28 | 6:30 p.m.
WELCOME 6th grade families! Youth Ministry invites all 6th grade parents and students to our welcome dinner on Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Receive information about 6th grade Confirmation, meet some EYC leaders, and find out other fun ways your student can get involved at church! Program calendars and EYC parent meal sign-ups will be available. We can't wait to meet and welcome your family!
7th-12th GRADE WELCOME BACK DINNER
Wednesday, Sept. 4 | 6:30 p.m.
For all 7th-12th grade parents and students! Join us for food and fellowship with other St. Michael's families and let's celebrate on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Come meet our wonderful youth volunteers and new student leaders as well as learn about the many offerings for the 2019-20 year! Program calendars and the EYC parent meal sign-ups will be available. We can't wait to see everyone!
Sunday Morning Children’s Ministry Leaders are needed for the 2019-20 school year. We invite you to prayerfully consider giving your time to this dynamic ministry that touches the heart of every child at St. Michael’s. Contact: Stella Attaway
The Rev. Robert Fruehwirth bids farewell to our congregation as he accepts the call to St. Matthew’s, Hillsborough.