Welcome to St. Michael's!
Traditional. Modern. Inclusive.
At St. Michael’s we revere the ancient wisdom of Scripture and the Christian tradition. Our services are based on the liturgy from The Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church.
We are traditional, but not traditionalists. We strive to connect the teaching of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Gospel to what we experience in our everyday lives. Our services are joyful and reverent but not stuffy.
We respect the dignity of every human being. We welcome and embrace everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, or political affiliation.
It’s our pleasure to welcome you to Saint Michael’s.
We are a community of people sharing a spiritual journey into the radical welcome God gives us in the person of Jesus Christ and in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Some of us are still considering whether to make the Christian journey our own.
Some of us are new to the journey.
Some of us have been committed to the Christian journey for decades.
We are men and women.
We are boys and girls.
We are young, middle-aged, and old.
We are liberal, moderate, and conservative.
We are economically and socially privileged, and we are challenged.
We are a company of sisters and brothers in Christ,
learning together that the love and power of God is real, radical, and healing.
When we center our minds, hearts and mission in the love of God,
our differences and dissimilarities no longer divide us - they bless us.
God is calling our community to a growing diversity
of color, language, and culture,
to discover and share the power of God to unite us,
inspire us, and empower us for witness, mercy and service to the world.
Whoever you are, whatever your starting point,
you are welcome to join us on the journey.
We are glad you’re here.
May the light and love of the Risen Christ
shine upon you this day and always.
-The Clergy and People of St. Michael's
- Anne Conover - Christian Education
- Beth Bianchi - Fellowship
- Jan Faller - Treasurer
- Jim Headley - Ombudsperson
- Jim Palda - Junior Warden
- Keith Lumpkin - Stewardship
- Louise Stover - Senior Warden
- Mark Mansfield - Evangelism
- Mary Bailey - Mission
- Michael Kiper - Buildings and Grounds
- Michael Robertson - Communications.
- Susan Brown - Clerk
The Vestry Covenant
Our worship is centered in our sanctuary. For communion parishioners form a circle around our altar. A skylight directly above the altar allows natural light to suffuse the worship space. The eight large stained glass windows surrounding the altar feature oversize depictons of key figures important to us, including Jesus, Saint Michael, the Virgin Mary, and Saint Fra…Read More »
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