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Global Impact Celebration 2021

GLOBAL IMPACT CELEBRATION (GIC) January 24 – 31, 2021 Mission in a World Turned Upside Down GIC is our annual celebration of all things Mission! This year we will have both in-person and virtual events. We will… learn how God’s mission continues in the pandemic hear stories from our Mission Partners participate in local mission events Our opening and closing Sunday services…

Stewardship 2021: Generosity

You can give without loving, but you cannot love without giving. At St. Michael’s, we want to see hearts transformed through Jesus Christ. We take seriously the Great Commission to disciple the nations. Budgets and mission work together. Our mission, all our supported ministries, are discerned and confirmed through your giving. Your tithe is a vital part of our discernment process for budget…

Communion this Sunday!!

Have you missed communion?  Well, you are in luck! We will be having Holy Communion this Sunday, September 27. Two Ways to Receive the Eucharist: l. Come to church for either our 9:00 am or 11:00 am service. As you enter the church, you will receive a prepackaged, consecrated element kit containing wine and a wafer. We…

St. Michaels reopens with message of reconciliation in ‘sermon duet’

St. Michaels reopens with message of reconciliation in ‘sermon duet’ By Charles W. Waring III One would think simply reopening a historic church after 13 Sundays of being closed during the pandemic would have created a big enough headline. Trinity Sunday at St. Michael’s Anglican Church in Charleston, South Carolina also followed two weeks of civil unrest following the brutal death of…

Consecrated bread available for May 24!

Have you missed communion? Well, you are in luck! We will be having Spiritual Communion on Sunday, May 24. You can join in with consecrated bread! Come by the church portico and pick up wafers for you and your family. They will be individually packaged. Thursday, May 21, 1:00 – 4:00 pm Friday, May 22, 9:00 am – 12:00…

Festival of Faith & Annual Meeting

The Festival of Faith and Annual Meeting will take place on Sunday, May 31, 2020, at 1:00 pm via Zoom video conference call. Voting for Vestry and Convention Delegates will be done online, or with paper ballots if necessary. The Rev. Nicky Gumbel of Holy Trinity Brompton, London, England, will be our featured speaker. More information can be found at this link:…

Reopening for Worship

The Reopening committee of the Worship Task Force recommends that St. Michael’s reopen for LIMITED public worship on Sunday, June 7, unless pandemic conditions worsen.  St. Michael’s will only be open for worship. There will be no Sunday School, coffee hour, classes, or meetings in the Belser or Hewitt Buildings. More detailed information on the reopening will be sent out soon.