Come Worship with Us
Current Online Schedule:
Sundays- 9:30 AM, Zoom Live Family Worship;
10:30 AM- Online Worship on Facebook, YouTube, and by email
Mondays- 7:00 PM The Carpenter’s Brew, adult bible reflection on Facebook
Tuesdays- 10:00 AM Godly Play on Facebook and YouTube
Thursdays- 7:00 PM Holy Rosary on Facebook and YouTube
Monday through Friday- Hymn of the Day on Facebook and YouTube
Normal Worship Schedule:
Sundays: 8:00 am (Traditional), 10:30 am (with music)
Second and Fourth Sundays of the month (in addition to regular services): 9:30 am Family Worship Service
Second Sunday of the month: 7:00 pm Taizé Service
Mondays: 6:00 pm Evening Prayer
Wednesdays: 5:30 pm Holy Eucharist & Healing Service
– Preach, Teach, Heal and make Disciples. Welcome to St. Michael and All Angels! We have a deep belief in making mature disciples. We invite our entire congregation to have time with God through daily prayer. We offer programming that strengthens our discipleship mission.
What We Believe
Jesus First, Jesus Always
We are followers of Jesus Christ. All things find their true meaning in and through him. Jesus teaches us who God is and who we are meant to be. We believe the most important thing we can do is worship Jesus and invite others into friendship with him. (Colossians 1:15-20; Revelation 5:12-13; Acts 17:28)
Friendship with Jesus is what we were created for. Jesus reaches out to us in friendship through his life death, resurrection, ascension, and second coming. Developing a friendship with Jesus means spending time with him and that means praying. We pray in all things and every decision we make has its foundation in prayer. (Romans 14:7-9; 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18)
Jesus reveals himself to us in the Bible. The bible is God’s perfect infallible word where we find guidance for how to live our lives. The bible is the foundation for all of our teaching and preaching. The words of the bible are the lamp that lights our path. (Psalm 119:130; 2 Timothy 3:16)
Eucharist (Holy Communion) is our primary act of worship. When we gather for worship God takes the humble bread and wine we offer and turns them into Jesus’ body and blood, soul and divinity. When we receive communion, we receive the Body of Christ and are transformed into the Body of Christ. (John 6)
When Jesus teaches us to pray, he tells us to pray for God’s will to be done on earth just like it is in heaven. That means reaching out to others to meet them and their needs just where they are like Jesus did for us. The Church does not exist just to serve its members—the Church exists to bring Jesus’ love into the world. (Matthew 6:9-13; Luke 11:2-4; Romans 15:7-13)
Taizé (pronounced Tay-zay)
Taizé Worship is the 2nd Sunday of each month at 7:00pm
-Community dedicated to reconciliation. What makes us alike rather than what sets us apart?
-Community dedicated to meditation. How can we find God in peace and stillness?
-Community dedicated to creativity. How is God making us new?