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St. Michael's has resumed public worship services on Sunday (with social distancing and masks recommended but not required), with continued streaming of services online. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to join our worship service through Zoom or to learn more about the restrictions and safety precautions we're taking as we resume weekly gatherings.
"The Church is the new creation, it is life and joy, it is the sacramental fellowship in which we share the ultimate purpose of God, made real for us now in our hearing the Word and sharing the Sacrament."
About Our Parish
Saint Michael's Anglican Church
St. Michael’s is a family of believers worshipping together in the Anglican Tradition. Our worship is liturgical and participatory, which simply means that it follows a set pattern of prayers and readings that join us with millions of Christians across the globe and countless saints that have gone before us.
The Anglican Church
Rooted & Ancient
The Anglican tradition represents an ancient expression of the Historic Christian Faith. The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) unites 132,000 Anglicans in 1,004 congregations across the United States, Canada, and Mexico into a single Church.
Living the Faith in Community
Our passion is to contend for the faith that has been passed down to us, to seek authenticity and truth in our relationships with each other, and to minister to the physical and spiritual needs of those in our parish and in our community. Join us as we worship the Risen Christ and live out our faith as God's people!
About Our Parish
St. Michael’s Anglican Church is a family of believers devoted to following the Risen Christ and worshipping Him together in community.
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 Holy Scripture and the concept of “common prayer." 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, canticles, rites for worship services, and above all, the very words of Sacred Scripture.