Owls Events in February

Join the senior members of our parish for these exciting events!

Thursday, Feb. 28, at 2 p.m. | Convocation Room

Hear from long-time parishioner, Norm Wood. He will discuss his recently released book, The Part That Talks: 365 Days of Scriptural Devotions, which is for sale in the Canterbury Shop.

Thursday, March 7, at 2 p.m. | Convocation Room

Speaker: Dr. Billy Dunlap who was instrumental in bringing Hospice to Raleigh.

• Thursday, March 14, at 10:15 a.m. | Temple Theater, Sanford

Lunch at Mrs. Lacy’s Magnolia House, followed by the musical “Big River.”
Home by 5 p.m. Sign up at front desk.

The Christian Faith Classes Begin Feb. 13

For all new to the Episcopal Church and for parents seeking baptism for a child:

The Christian Faith

The Christian Faith is a short course for those seeking to be confirmed or received in the Episcopal Church, and for those seeking baptism for their children. Taught by the Rector, the class examines the Christian Faith through the history and practice of the Church of England and the Episcopal Church.

Wednesdays, 6:15pm
Feb. 13, 20 & 27
Child care is provided

Men's Ministry Events for February

We invite all men of the parish to join our Men’s Ministry. We host social events and a weekly Bible Study.

Thursdays | 7 a.m.
Bible Study in the Conference Room. All welcome

Tuesday Feb. 12 | 7 a.m.

Men's Prayer Breakfast • Convocation Room

Monday Feb. 18 | Noon

Band of Brothers Lunch • Sawmill Tap Room (7701 Lead Mine Rd.)

Tuesday, Feb. 26 | 5:30 p.m.

Brothers on Tap—The Point (1626 Glenwood Ave.)

Contact Will Lingo

Special Music Events This Winter

Sunday, February 24, 2019 at 4 p.m.

Brian Reagin, violin

Sol Eichner, piano

Violinist Brian Reagin is Concertmaster of the North Carolina Symphony, as well as Concertmaster of the Chautauqua Symphony. A frequent soloist with the North Carolina Symphony, his playing is enjoyed and admired by music lovers throughout the Triangle and far beyond.

Tickets: 
$18 if purchased online
$20 at the door

Women's Bible Study: The Shepherd with Me

Psalm 23 - The Shepherd With Me

Tuesday’s evenings: Feb. 5 -March 19.   7pm - 8:30pm

Friday mornings: Feb. 8 - March 22.        9:30am - 11am 

Every woman longs for someone to protect and care for her - someone to guide her when she’s not sure of her next steps, to provide rest when she’s worn out, to walk with her when the  valley is dark. God is the Good Shepherd whose companionship provides the comfort and confidence every woman needs. Join us as we explore the depths of God’s care tucked away in the Psalm you’ve always loved. A Jennifer Rothschild study.

Contact: Frances Penick. fhpenick@nc.rr.com

Child care available on Fridays. 

Workbook cost is $14 

An Evening with the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry

On Monday, Dec. 17, the Most Rev. Michael Curry, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church, visited St. Michael’s, which served as host for a Quail Ridge Books event promoting Bishop Curry’s new book, The Power of Love. Listen, as the Rev. Samuel Gregory Jones asks his longtime friend about his early ministry, Jesus of Nazareth, and about the power of spreading Jesus’ love throughout the world.

Annual Meeting Remarks, 2018

On Sunday, Dec. 2, we elected five new members to the Vestry class of 2021. They are: Liz Driscoll, Matt Marchione, Katherine Poole, Logan Price and Melissa Raley. Congrats to them all! And thank you to the Class of 2018: David Bull, Senior Warden John Constance, Junior Warden Anna McLamb, Allen Marshall and Joe Warenda. You have served our parish well. 

In January, the new Vestry class will be installed, and Valerie Jackson will be the new senior warden.

John Constance, outgoing senior warden, and Anna McLamb, outgoing junior warden, addressed the congregation on Sunday, Dec. 2, during the Annual Meeting.





Poinsettias for Christmas

Each year, the St. Michael’s Altar Guild decorates the church with white and red poinsettias, given by parishioners in memory of or in thanksgiving for friends and loved ones. After the Christmas season, these beautiful plants are delivered to the sick, the home-bound and bereaved parishioners. Won’t you join us in continuing this tradition? Each tribute is $15. Proceeds go to the Rector’s Discretionary Fund.

YAMS in December

Our Young Adult Ministry will meet twice during December. We hope you’ll join us!

Advent Pub Poetry & Theology

December 6 | 6-8 p.m.

The Hibernian Pub • 311 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh

Come for a pint, poetry and great fellowship. Bring a favorite poem, even your own.

Christmas Brunch

December 16 | 12:30-2 p.m.

St. Michael's Church • Convocation Room

To our new parents: Babies are definitely welcome!

We'll have brunch, champagne and white elephant gifts.More details forthcoming.

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.

Are You New?

We hope you'll join us! If you are a recent visitor or have been attending and never participated in our newcomer classes, we invite you to do so. We set aside four Wednesday evenings to focus on making you feel at home in our parish community. If you are a non-Episcopalian and want to seek membership. we offer two classes in October as an overview of our denomination.

Sign up for our fall series of Newcomer Classes.

Introduction to St. Michael's
Required of all seeking membership
Wednesdays 6:15pm-7:30pm, Sept. 26, Oct. 3 & 10

The Christian Faith
Required of all non-Episcopalians seeking membership
Wednesday, 6:15pm-7:30pm, Oct. 17 & 24

Child care is provided with advanced reservations.

Register your child for Sunday School.

We also invite you to register your child for our Children's Ministry Program. Every child aged 2 through 18 should be registered every year.

Register your teen for our Episcopal Youth Community

We offer a wide range of programming for our middle school and high schoolers. Bible studies, lock-ins, mission opportunities and more!

The Children's Ministry Needs You!

Have you ever considered sharing your time and talents with the children of St. Michael’s? NOW is the time to consider volunteering for the Children’s Ministry Team for the 2018-19 academic year. If you would like to discuss the opportunities, please contact Stella Attaway.