Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Super Wednesday

Super Wednesday Begins February 2, 2022

7:30 am Theology Over Coffee

Theology Over Coffee is a men’s study group with the Rector. The men will be participating in a Men’s Alpha beginning February 2. Find out more by checking out their webpage, or contact Al Zadig at [email protected].

4:30 pm Music & Bible

4:30 – 5:30 pm       Music & Bible    ages 3-10 years old               Kids Korner (AKA Toddler Room)        Join Danielle Lindstrom and Paul Reese for some music, devotion, crafts, and fun!

4:40 pm Bible Study with Pam McKinney in Room 204

A women’s bible study in Room 204 ( 2nd floor, Belser Building). The group will be studying Elijah by Priscilla Shirer. Please contact Pam McKinney for more information on the winter/spring bible studies. Info: [email protected], or call her at 843-697-4596

5:30 pm Worship in the Kinloch Room

6:00 pm Church Family Supper in the Kinloch Room

During the spread of the Omicron & Delta variants, we will be serving box lunches and have fewer tables available for seating.  Share a meal and conversation with friends and family in the Kinloch Room, the Sosnowski Garden, and in the classrooms.

6:30 pm Fear Naught: Courage

Wednesday evenings at 6:30 starting on Februrary 2, the Discipleship Task Force will offer a 12-session continuation of the Fear Naught series. Last fall we looked athow wisdom can be employed to face the issues of the world today. This winter/spring we will look at how courage can be used when needed in areas such as family, media, law, church, persecution, discernment, education and Critical Theory. The speakers will be both St. Michael’s staff and outside guests. Please join us for this compelling series either in person, by live-streaming or through YouTube archives.

Feb 2           Discernment in The Age of Deception: Lessons From the Prophet Daniel and Skills for the Post-Truth Era with Linda Prince

Feb 9          What on Earth Happened to Higher Education? with Sykes Wilford

Feb 16        The Long March Through the Courts with Hal Frampton

Feb 23         What on Earth Has Happened to The Media? with Taylor Daniel

Mar 2          ASH WEDNESDAY

Mar 9         The Battle in the Heavenlies: Has God Given Up on America? with Frank Seignous

Mar 16        The Challenge to Family Structure – And What to Do About It  with Peter Rothermel

Mar 23       Courage in Our Midst  Panel moderated by Al Zadig

Mar 30        The History and Promulgation of Therapeutic Deism and The Church’s Call in the Midst of Babylon  with Dr. Ken Boa and Stuart McCallister

Apr 6      Courage for Revival: Our Great Hope Before the Final Great Hope Returns with Al Zadig

6:30 pm Alpha

Alpha is a casual, fun, and fascinating course in the basics of Christianity. The evening course takes place over 12 weeks and involves   “live” talk and small group discussion on the topic of the talk.  Topics range from Who is Jesus?  How and Why Should I Read the Bible?  How Can I Be Filled With the Holy Spirit, and what does that mean?  

We will have THREE Alphas available this session. All will meet in the Chapel in the Belser Building.

  • 7:30 am Men’s Alpha
  • 6:30 pm Alpha (coed)
  • 7:45 pm Men’s Alpha

Need more info? Check out our Alpha webpage or contact Greg Smith at [email protected].

6:30 pm Confirmation

The purpose of confirmation is to bring children and adults to a mature commitment to Christ and to receive strength from the Holy Spirit through prayer and the laying of hands by the Bishop.  Confirmation is a relational investment in the body of the church.

Confirmation Schedule:

January 12 – March 23, 2022.   Confirmation class on Wednesdays from 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm, in the Youth Room, Room 201 on the second floor of the Belser Building. 

April 1 & 2    Confirmand Retreat

May 8      Confirmation with the Bishop

For more information, please contact Taylor Daniel at [email protected]

6:30 pm I Like Mike

Who are we at St. Michael’s? Who are we as Anglicans? This class for newcomers will help you answer those questions, and more. The class will be offered the two weeks after the last Alpha class. 

For more information, please contact Greg Smith at [email protected]

7:45 pm Men's Alpha

Alpha is a casual, fun, and fascinating course in the basics of Christianity. The evening course takes place over 12 weeks and involves   “live” talk and small group discussion on the topic of the talk.  Topics range from Who is Jesus?  How and Why Should I Read the Bible?  How Can I Be Filled With the Holy Spirit, and what does that mean?  

Need more info? Check out our Alpha webpage or contact Greg Smith at [email protected]