Holy, holy, holy Lord. Three Persons, One God.
Similarly worship life at St. Michael’s has different “faces”, but one value
Value – To take God up on His offer to encounter and be in holy communion with Him through the powerfully forgiving and life-giving grace of His Son, Jesus Christ by the presence of His Holy Spirit
A General word about receiving the Sacrament
At St. Michael’s all baptized Christians are considered members of the family of God and invited to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion, the meal of the baptized.
Absolutely anyone and everyone (regardless of baptismal status) has the option of coming forward at the time the Communion sacrament is administered to receive the love of Christ through the Blessing of the Church, if preferred.
Recent Articles in the Messenger Newsletter
- Children’s Choir Practice! Please join Eric Wyse every Tuesday in the Choir Room Ages 4- 5K: 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Parents of this age group are asked to stay to help with flow of the group. Grades 1st - 5th: 4:45 pm - 5:30 pm (This group may be dropped off.) Let’s make a joyful noise together! Contact…
- Lenten Quiétude Wednesday, March 19 Wednesday, March 19 at 5:30 pm A Contemplative Worship Service incorporating Music, Scripture, Prayer, and Silence. Featuring the Music Ministry of St. Michael’s Church
- Hymn Boards Before weekly printed bulletins were in common use in churches, many churches, (including St. Michael’s) used hymn boards (also known as hymn tablets) to let the congregation know the hymns and Psalm reading for the day. With the advent of a more thorough service bulletin, including hymn text and notation, and the increased use of…