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Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday 9:30 a.m.
Saturday 5:30 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - Worship with Holy CommunionOur Sunday morning service includes music, scripture, prayer, a sermon, and Holy Communion ("The Lord's Supper" or "Eucharist"). In this worship service, the Book of Common Prayer shapes our experience as we submit ourselves to the presence of God, seek to understand the teachings and example of Jesus Christ, and leave inspired by the Holy Spirit to be and to do what God calls us to be and do. In worship, we encounter God in prayer, scripture, song, and the sacrament of Holy Communion. And we fellowship together in Jesus' name.
9:30 a.m. - Mid-Week WorshipEvery Wednesday a small group gathers in Cloud Chapel for a brief worship service including Holy Communion, but without music. This time of prayer allows us to pause in mid-week and reset ourselves in our relationship with God. It also allows for a brief time of rejuvenation and fellowship with one another.
5:30 p.m. - Worship with CommunionWorship on Saturday evenings is a small, friendly, quiet service with no music. It otherwise includes all the elements of our Sunday morning worship experience: prayer, scripture, a sermon, and Holy Communion. Periodically, worshippers will join one another for dinner at a local restaurant following the service.
What is Worship Likeat St. Michael's
Worship at St. Michael’s is reverent but relaxed, faithfully serious but seriously friendly. Woven together by the language of the Book of Common Prayer, worshippers come in suits or dresses, khakis or skirts, or jeans and t-shirts. We are united by our common desire to encounter God, be inspired by the Holy Spirit, and to be made more like Jesus.
Sunday School & Nursery
From late August to the middle of May, St. Michael’s has Sunday School opportunities for ages 5 through 95 and beyond. Penny’s Place, our wonderful nursery, provides a place for the youngest members of our community to experience the loving care of their Christian family.
The Book of Common Prayer
As the official book of worship of the Episcopal Church, the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) provides liturgical forms, prayers, and instructions so that all members and orders of the Episcopal Church may participate in and share a common worship that nourishes and inspires them.