Faith in Action
In our baptismal covenant, we pledge to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbors as ourselves. As members of St. Michael’s, we also pledge to shine as a light in the world to the glory of God. To seek, serve, and shine by devoting ourselves to serve the most vulnerable in our community and around the world. All ministries come with the potential of transformat…Read More »
Thank you for making a pledge to support St. Michael and All Angels in 2020! Please click READ MORE for a pledge form.Read More »
The United Thank Offering (UTO) of The Episcopal Church is a personal spiritual discipline of thanksgiving that supports God’s mission throughout the world. UTO’s ministry invites you to:
- Notice the good things that happen each day.
- Give thanks to God for those blessings.
- Make a thank offering for each blessing by dropping coins in your blue UTO Box.
- Watch as your …
Canterbury Irvine welcomes people who live, work, and learn at the University of California, Irvine, striving for openness, thoughtful dialogue, and spiritual growth on the UCI campus. Canterbury UCI strives to make visible an active Christian presence at UCI by providing a welcoming Episcopal ministry to nourish members in body, mind, and spirit. St. Michael's has supported Can…Read More »
St. Michael and All Angels Corona del Mar and, separately, several of its parishioners are members of The Anglican Communion Compass Rose Society.
The Compass Rose Society was founded in 1997 to support the work of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Anglican Consultative Council (which coordinates the activities of the 38 provinces of the Communion) and the Anglican Communion Off…Read More »
The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles lives out God’s mission as a Christian community uniting some 65,000 Episcopalians in 136 neighborhood congregations and mission centers, some 40 schools and 15 other specialized service institutions located in six Southern California counties. Los Angeles is historically one of the five most populous and culturally diverse of the Episcopal Ch…Read More »