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Pandemic Prayer Challenge

Pandemic Prayer Challenge Millions of  People Simultaneously United in Prayer As for you, what you intended against me for evil, God intended for good, in order to accomplish a day like this—to preserve the lives of many people.  Genesis 50:20 Our Revival Prayer Team at St. Michael’s issues a challenge for every Christian to defeat…

Daily Gospel Project Devotional

Many of you are aware that we have a Bible in One Year devotional that is emailed each day, with commentary from the Rector. As part of our coronavirus response, we will also be sending out the weekday devotional from the Gospel Project booklets, with a Blessed Little Thought from one of our other clergy:…

Jim & Pam Smith, Water Mission, and the Bahamas

Water Mission volunteer trip December 16 – January 3 By Jim and Pam Smith Mission work has been part of Pam’s and my life for many years. We haven’t had a calling for foreign mission work since a trip to the Guatemalan mountains in 2004 with Food for the Hungry. We had been passively looking…

Monday Men’s Bible Study

Tired of lunch at your desk? Then join the Monday Men’s Bible Study! Mondays, 12:30 pm Connection Room Led by Joe Nicholson. Currently studying the Gospel of John. More info: joe@nicholsonwmg.com

Al’s Recap of Kick-Off

Dear St. Michaelites: What a week! From hurricane Dorian protection to our Sunday Fall Kick-Off, the Holy Spirit is on the move at St. Michael’s! If you missed the Kick-Off, here is a recap: On Sunday Morning, September 8 at 9:15, and to a standing room only crowd in the Kinloch Room, Senior Warden Heidi Ravenel took to…

David Booman’s Reflections on his Sabbatical

Dear Saints, I am thrilled to share a development that was announced Sunday; this Fall I will be embracing a new position within St. Michael’s, that of the Associate for Family Ministry. In May, shortly before my sabbatical began, Fr. Al and Fr. Randy asked if I would consider this new area of ministry. I thus met…

Confirmation!

In the course of their Christian development, those baptized at an early age are expected, when they are ready and have been duly prepared to make a mature public affirmation of their faith and commitment to the responsibilities of their Baptism, and to receive the laying on of hands by the Bishop. At St. Michael’s, this is generally done when students are…