We are a worshipping community rooted in the ancient Christian faith.
St. Michael’s Anglican Church is a family of Christ-followers worshipping together in the Anglican Tradition. Our worship is liturgical, which means that it follows a set pattern that joins us with millions of Christians across the globe and countless saints that have gone before us. Our tradition is deeply rooted in the concept of “common prayer.” In fact, the book that guides the structure and format of our worship is the Book of Common Prayer, a book that is widely considered one of the three greatest literary works of the English language (along with the King James Bible and the works of Shakespeare). The Book of Common Prayer is made up of ancient prayers, rites for worship services, and above all, Holy Scripture.
Many of the prayers in our service find their origins in the prayers of the earliest Christians and have been used in the worship of the Church since its inception. If this is your first time worshipping in a liturgical community, you’ll quickly notice that our worship is active and participatory. You’re invited to participate with us in worship and, if you’ve been baptized, join with us at the table for Holy Communion at the end of the service. If you have any questions about our service or our parish, please feel free to contact us. We invite you to join with us as we worship Christ our Savior!