Gifts of Grace Thanks You!

Thank you to everyone who participated in Gifts of Grace on Sunday. From our many volunteers to our shoppers to and our participant agencies, the day was a great success! We hope to have final numbers to you very soon. Thank YOU for being among our community of givers who are making a difference in Wake County.

Choral Evensong, Sunday, Nov. 18

Choral Evensong 4 p.m., Sunday, November 18 

Choral Evensong is one of the liturgical treasures of our Anglican/Episcopal tradition. Some of the most beautiful choral music ever written was composed specifically for Evensong. Join us on Nov. 18 as our Adult Choir offers Evensong, singing the music of John West, Charles Wood, William Byrd, and others. The anthem will be Estonian composer Arvo Pärt’s sublime setting of the Beatitudes, from Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, as found in Matthew 5:3-12. Pärt’s setting of this text, which is enormously important to Christians, was premiered in 1990 in Berlin.  

Although nearly all of the Evensong liturgy is sung by the choir, the congregation participates fully by being present as the choir sings prayers, psalms and canticles on behalf of everyone. 

Oyster Roast, Friday, Nov. 16 — You May Pay at the Door!

If there’s an R in the month, that means oysters are on the menu, and the Men’s Ministry plans to make sure you enjoy some. Plan now to shuck a few and peel some shrimp at the annual Men’s Ministry Oyster Roast, Friday, Nov. 16,  6:30 p.m. -10 p.m.

Tickets are still available and are $40 per person. You may pay at the door!

This year, the location has changed to 4501 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 124, in Raleigh. Contact Joe Warenda to reserve your ticket.

Have You Made a Pledge?

Thank you to all who have pledged to our 2019 Annual Fund. It’s not too late! Pledging is easy. Send a confidential email to Charlotte Griffin or Susan Little. Or click the button below to pledge online. Your generosity in supporting St. Michael’s is in thanksgiving for all you have been give.

Sermon, Aug. 12, 2018

"Your ancestors ate the manna in the wilderness, and they died. This is the bread that comes down from heaven, so that one may eat of it and not die. I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats of this bread will live forever; and the bread that I will give for the life of the world is my flesh.”