Rising 6 – 8th grade girls Bring a friend to study the book Looking for Lovely. Author Annie F. Downs shares personal stories, biblical truth, and examples of how others have courageously walked the path God paved for their lives by remembering all God had done, loving what was right in front of them, and […]
The Peninsula Lunch is a group of St. Michael’s men who gather together to encourage and sharpen one another as husbands, fathers, and professionals. Peninsula Lunches meet Thursdays to hear a thought provoking, inspiring, and challenging message. And for $15 a plate, the lunch fare is excellent fare! More importantly, this time together creates a 1 […]
Rising 9 – 12th grade girls Bring a friend to study The Book of James by Francis Chan True faith produces fruit. A faith without action and without life change is ultimately a dead faith. The book of James speaks to the realities of a living faith in Jesus-the kind of roll-up-your-sleeves and get-your-hands-dirty discipleship […]
Leader: Joe Nicholson Meets in the Connection Center with a nice view of Broad Street. Study: In the New Testament Gospel of Mark, we meet Jesus, the man who is King. But this king comes to serve–not to be served. He eats with sinners rather than royalty. His crown is made of thorns instead of […]
Alpha is an 11 week casual, fun and fascinating look at the Christian faith. It is designed for those seeking information about Christianity’s basics, but it also provides “veteran Christians” with a wonderful way to meet people their own age and further their own Christian walk. Alpha Tuesday Schedule Spread the Word…
Information and sign ups will be available for those interested in joining a life group. Feel disconnected? Want to build real friendships? Want to learn more about your faith? Want to live life as God intended it? Then Life Groups are perfect for you. Join an Open Life Group Spread the Word…
This “Evensong for the Persecuted Church” intends to raise awareness about the issues facing the persecuted Christians in Iraq & Syria, as well as take up an offering to provide aid and relief to the refugees and suffering in these areas. The choir, which will incorporate not only St. Michael’s choir, but singers from various churches in the area, will sing Anglican chant, anthems, and hymns as well as some Orthodox music.