Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sundays

8:00 am
Reflective, Quiet Worship, Holy Communion, Rite I

  • Brief: one hour.
  • The sermon is given by the preacher for the day.
  • Quiet and reflective in nature.
  • Uses most traditional form of liturgy from Book of Common Prayer.
  • Prayer Ministry station available.
  • Nursery Available.

9:30 am Chapel Service (2nd Floor, Belser Building)

  • Brief: one hour.
  • The sermon is given by the preacher for the day.
  • No cry is too loud. Children free to move around. Toddler crawling area in back.
  • Uses the Anglican form of liturgy.
  • Contemporary Worship.
  • Prayer Ministry station available.
  • Nursery Available.

10:30 am
Holy Communion, Rite II with Full Choir

  • All the bells and whistles!
  • Acolytes
  • Full choir
  • Music is blend of traditional hymns and new songs, emphasis on the former
  • Works alongside Children’s Ministry and a nursery is available
  • 3rd Sunday of the month includes service of Baptism when there are baptismal candidates
  • 4th Sunday of the month is Service of Morning Prayer, no Communion
  • Prayer Ministry stations available

6:00 pm
Contemporary Worship, Holy Communion, Rite II

  • Music led by Praise Team
  • Simple, less formal liturgy
  • Come as your are! (no dress code)
  • Designed to create more intimate “home-type” atmosphere
  • Joyful emphasis, energetic participation encouraged!
  • Prayer Ministry stations available
  • Nursery Available

*  Nursery in the Belser Building (14 St. Michael’s Alley — a short walk through the church yard) (Parking in County Garage, 1/2 block North on Meeting Street)

Monday through Friday

12:10 pm Midday Prayer

Tuesday

7:30 am
Holy Communion, Rite I

  • Service only in the months September through May
  • During Advent, Communion at 7:00 am, breakfast follows
  • During Lent, Communion at 7:00 am, and breakfast follows the last 4 Tuesdays in Lent

Wednesday

5:30 pm
Worship & Healing Service (aka the WOW service)

  • Only in Fall & Spring (Breaks for Summer)
  • A time of worship (Contemporary)
  • Quiet reflection
  • Healing prayer with Prayer Ministry stations Available
  • Holy Communion, Rite II
  • Nursery Available

Special Services

October

Blessing of the Animals

This annual service that also remembers St. Francis of Assisi is on the first Sunday of October at the 6:00 pm service. We invite pets of all varieties to come to church with their owners for this special occasion.

October/November

Evensong for the Persecuted Church

An annual service where we lift up in prayer the suffering Christians in the Middle East. The choir sings music from both the East and the West. We have Anglican an chant, traditional hymns, sung prayers, as well as Eastern Orthodox settings of various parts of the liturgy.

 

Thanksgiving Day

10:30 am Holy Communion, Rite II

Advent & Christmas Services

Global Impact Celebration Schedule & Services

Lent & Easter Services

Festival of Faith

St. Michael’s Annual Festival of Faith and Family Reunion! Sunday, April 29, 2018

A Must attend event if you are
• a first timer at St. Michael’s!
• a longtime parishioner!
• on the outside looking into St. Michael’s
• single, married, with or without children!

Dress Casual

This Annual Meeting/Festival of Faith will be at the 9:30 am service. It is for all ages, entire families, and will last until the 10:30 am service begins. A children’s morning at the movies is held until after the sermon during the 10:30 am service. The meeting consists of:
• Visioncasting by the Rector, laying out a plan for our future
• Voting on Vestry & Diocesan Convention Delegates

*Schedule for the day
8:00 am    Eucharist Rite One
9:00 am     Children’s “Morning at the Movies”
No Chapel Service on Festival of Faith Sunday
9:30 am    Annual Meeting/Festival of Faith (Visioncasting, voting)
10:30 am  Morning Prayer Service with Sermon
11:15 am  Family Reunion continues with everyone in the churchyard for a Picnic Lunch
6:00 pm    Holy Communion, Rite II/ Contemporary Worship