The Summer edition of Archangel is delayed in printing. Take a sneak peek at it today!
St. Michael's will be hosting families in transition from homelessness to homes, July 15-29, and we need dozens of volunteers. The families served by Family Promise will spend nights at St. Michael's and will eat breakfast and dinner here and enjoy planned activities.
Please join us by volunteering your time and talents for one of the many team tasks: meal prep, evening hosting, overnight hosting, van driving and more.
Contact: Sam Taylor
Did you know that we are now posting all of our adult forums online? Each week, we've recorded video of the presentations of our Sunday morning programming and post them under the "Ministries" tab at the top of the holymichael.org homepage. You can find them all here.
If you'd like to be part of our new video ministry, we'd love to have you. Minimal skill required. Contact Robert Fruehwirth.
Three-session series on Wednesday evenings
Feb. 21, 28 & March 7 • 6:15-7:30 p.m.
Required for all those seeking membership who have not been confirmed or received in an Episcopal Church and for parents seeking baptism for their children. Child care available with advance registration.
Contact Lee Hayden to reserve your space in class & for child care.
This month, we launched a new periodical called Archangel. It's filled with features and photography that tell the story of St. Michael's in a new way. Enjoy!
Every year, Lent is a season of spiritual renewal and a deepening of Christian discipleship in the mystery of Jesus' death and resurrection.
Our Lent program this year, Journey to Jerusalem, is a parish-wide invitation to journey with Jesus as he walks to his passion, cross in Jerusalem and the miracle of hi resurrection. I invite all our parishioner to make for themselves a "Lent Rule of Life" composed of spiritual practices based on the Ash Wednesday Exhortation on pp.264-265 of the Book of Common Prayer. I also invite everyone to participate in our special Lent Programs.
If we walk with our Lord, and if we enter with prayer and devotion into the mystery of Jesus' death and resurrection, our faith will certainly be renewed, our discipleship strengthened, and our mission increased. Jesus, our soul's friend, is walking towards Jerusalem. Let us go with him!
The Rev. Robert Fruehwirth, Associate Rector.