St. Michael’s has a simple design that encourages what we believe is a full human life under God’s care:
Connect with God
Connect with other Christians
Connect with your Calling
Corporate (Together) Worship is the highpoint of our week, orienting us to God’s Word and purpose for our lives.
We meet for this purpose every Sunday, the Lord’s Day, from 10:00am - 11:30am.
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through DAILY PRAYER
Daily prayer is our daily nourishment, strengthening us for our service in the world.
Prayer Resources are available to assist with this discipline.
Prayer services at the church building occur every week on Tuesday mornings at 8:00am and Thursday mornings at 10:00am.
Meet your family
through SMALL GROUPS
Small groups are an opportunity to know your friends in Christ and encourage each other in our Christian life.
On Sundays, Christian Education groups for all ages meet at 9:00am. Mentors also meet with youth in small groups in the afternoons.
We also have multiple groups that meet during the week at the church or at members’ homes. Email email@example.com to learn more about these groups.
through FAMILY EVENTS
Special Events are informal and exciting opportunities for all of us to enjoy our place as a part of the family of God.
We have several annual events that we all look forward to with great anticipation. These include the Christmas Party with Christmas treats and music, the Summer Church picnic with swimming in the lake, and the autumn bonfire with chili, s’mores, and prizes for guessing the weight of the giant pumpkin.
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Live your purpose
Ministry is our privilege as God’s children to be used by God to make a difference in the lives of others.
Additionally, we minister to others by our personal witness, which means sharing verbally and through example the life-saving, life-changing message of Jesus Christ.
Stewardship is the Christian discipline of offering our whole lives to God in service to His will.
Worship attendance, small group participation, and ministry involvement all express a life of stewardship, a tangible commitment to offering our whole lives to God.
Stewardship also involves our finances. As Christians we thank God for the strength to earn an income by offering back to Him our firstfruits or 10% tithe. For many, 10% is a hard level of giving to achieve, and at St. Michael’s we encourage families to prayerfully do their best and commit to this goal over time. The St. Michael’s budget is shared at the annual parish meeting, which usually takes place in February.