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St. Michaels Episcopal Church is a family devoted to living out our faith and sharing our lives together. Together we learn, serve, worship, pray and support one another. The waters of Baptism, and a commitment to following the way of Jesus bind us together. In that respect we are committed to opening our hearts and lives to all people who feel called to be part of our community.

Our principles are inspired by the message of Christ, meaning all are welcome here. Whatever your background, history or lifestyle, and whichever path you choose to commune with God, we believe that Jesus unites us all and makes us part of a greater family, one that is ever-connected by love.

We hope you will join us and learn more about what it is to be connected to the love of Christ through St. Michael’s. to be directed to our Welcome page.

Covid Precautions & Guidelines

Throughout the pandemic St. Michaels has updates our safety guidelines and best practices several times. We kindly ask that if you are not feeling well or have any cold/flu/covid-like symptoms, please join us online to worship and refrain from coming in-person. Currently masks are optional indoors. However, our nursery staff and volunteers will wear masks while working with children. To help others understand your comfortability with interacting with others we have green/yellow/red bracelets available in the Gathering Space that can be used to help provide a non-verbal communication . We also have 8 high-flow HEPA air cleaners throughout the building to increase air flow and clean the air. Weve also shifted to intinction only for Communion and ask that you dip your Communion wafer in the wine, instead of drinking from the chalice. If you have any questions about our current community covenant, please contact a member of the clergy and we will be happy to answer any questions you have. Thank you for caring for one another.

You Belong In This Family

Everyone is welcomed, loved and included in Gods grace. While that may not have been your experience in the past, St. Michaels is committed to being the change. Whoever you are and wherever your faith life has taken you, St. Michaels is a safe place to worship, learn and grow in your faith. You have a place at the table here.

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Our First 75th Anniversary Eventsunday September 25 At 4 Pm

We welcome Dr. Jens Korndörfer to play our authentic and unaltered, 1928 Ernest M. Skinner pipe organ, originally installed in St. Columbas Episcopal Church in Detroit.

His music will include works by J.S. Bach, Richard Wagner, Johannes Brahms, Edward Elgar, Cesar Frank and Charles-Marie Widor.

Reflecting The Fullness Of Gods People

Joshua B. Kulak, PhD

We are old and young, hopeful and cynical, agnostic and certain, skeptics and long-time Christians. Most of us prefer jeans to suits, and its okay to drink your coffee in church.

We are a fully LGBTQ+ affirming congregation. Everyone is welcome to participate fully in our communal life and may take on leadership positions, be married, and receive all the means of grace available to all members of the community.

The church building, including the altar where we share the bread and wine of Holy Communion each week, is wheelchair accessible. We seek to remove every barrier to full participation in our common life.

You can read more about the beliefs and practices that guide our community here.

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Welcome To St Michael’sepiscopal Church

Join us on Sunday, October 2nd as we bless our animal companions in celebration of St. Francis Day. We’ll gather in the garden at the Church at 5:30 pm. Please lease or crate your pet for everyone’s safety. If you have a pet who would rather stay home than join us, bring a photo or stuffed animal as a stand-in.All are welcomed to join us in this joyful Episcopal tradition as we celebrate God’s gifts of all creatures great and small!

We are so thankful that we are able to offer worship in-person and online.

Gods Hands And Feet In The World

St. Michael is known as the angel who slayed dragons, and in the spirit of Michael, we seek to vanquish the modern-day dragons of poverty, disease, and intolerance. We primarily do this through ministries of compassion and justice, prayer, and celebration. We also love brunch.

If you are looking for a spiritual home, we hope youll come and see how the people of St. Michaels are doing Gods work in Gods world. Perhaps God is nudging you into ministry alongside us. Our prayers are with you, whether you walk through our doors or not.

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