We are a community of faith that gathers on Sunday mornings
If you are seeking a church where ancient custom and future orientation together
engage today’s world, you will find a spiritual home at St. Michael’s.
Our services blend things that are old — prayers that have resonated for hundreds of years, and things that are new — prayers that are crafted and composed for each Sunday.
We sing classic hymns, ancient chant and contemporary songs.
Our Lay Eucharistic Ministers, Acolytes, Lectors, Altar Guild, Choir, Greeters and Ushers are a special group of parishioners who care passionately that all who attend a service at St. Michael’s have a meaningful worship experience.
We are a Scriptural church. We read Bible passages whenever we gather. We are committed to prayer in church, at work and at home.
We share in the bread and wine of Holy Communion, blessed with the words that Jesus prayed at the Last Supper, and we welcome all to the Lord’s Table.
Join us for this brief and assuring form of evening prayer, the last of the nine canonical hours or times of daily prayer. Compline is derived from the Latin completorium, for it “completes” the day.