St. Michael’s Church is a Christ centered community of faith that welcomes all people. Through prayer, study of scripture, worship and love of neighbor, we proclaim God’s grace to the world.
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Ushers to Help
Please see any of our ushers for assistance when you come into the building. There is also a greeter at the Welcome Table located near the front doors of the Narthex.
All children are welcome during our services.
All Baptized Christians are welcome to take communion. If you would prefer not to take communion, you can remain seated, or come forward with your arms crossed to receive a blessing.
St. Mitcheal’s follows the services outlined in the Book of Common Prayer 1979. The services include Old & New Testament reading, a reading from the Gospel, a sermon, and traditional communion.
After You Go
We would love to have you back next Sunday! In the meantime, stay in touch! Fill out the Get Connected form at the bottom of this page.
- Handicapped Parking – Our facility is handicapped accessible with multiple handicapped parking spaces available. Parking attendants are available Sunday mornings to direct you to our handicapped accessible parking spots.
- Special Needs – For those with limited hearing, our services are t-coil enabled. Speak to an usher for more information. Our facility is also ADA compliant.
- Quiet Room – Margos Hall
- Dressware – Parishioners of St. Michael’s dress in business casual attire, but please come in what you are most comfortable wearing!
We have a rich and talented music program including Adult, Youth and Children’s choirs, as well as Adult Chamber and Bell choirs that provide music for worship and special performances throughout the year.
Education & Discipleship
St. Michael’s Education & Discipleship opportunities range from weekly classes on Sunday morning and throughout the week to bible studies for adults, as well as a complete Sunday curriculum for ages Pre-K to High School.
St. Michael’s gives over 1/5 of its total operating budget to both local and international outreach programs to help share the love of Christ with those who are in need.
Serving the Lord can be as simple as coming to church to serving during worship as part of the lay assistants, altar guild, or Eucharistic Ministers.
If you have the caring touch, if you are interested in reaching out to care for those who need support and guidance, we offer opportunities to become a Stephen Minister, help the bereaved or visit the sick.
Additionally, St. Michael’s has many Fellowship groups and special events where you can meet new friends. We look forward to seeing you at a future event!
Welcome & Connect: Then Join in a five-week course taught by our rector, The Rev. Canon Jordan F. Casson.
An Introduction to Christianity, the Episcopal Church, and St. Michael’s
Are you a newcomer or visitor? Interested in learning more about the faith or preparing to be confirmed or received into the Episcopal Church?