Below are some of the opportunities Saint Michael's offers as a way to connect, give back and make a difference. If you'd like to help, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult Forums — Classes and resources that help adults deepen their biblical knowledge, learn a new spiritual discipline or find comfort and inspiration.
Altar Guild — Members care for the parish's altar linens, vestments and vessels and prepare the sanctuary for the Holy Eucharist.
Card ministry — Reaching out to parish members through notes and greeting cards to celebrate joyful occasions and offer encouragement and sympathy during difficult ones. “Gracious words are a honeycomb; sweet to the soul and healing to the bones.” (Proverbs, 16:24).
Children's Chapel — Held for our younger parishioners during the first portion of Sunday worship, Children's Chapel includes a brief reflection on the day's scripture lesson followed by a fun activity.
Church sign — Members update the sign outside St. Michael's to invite the community to worship with us.
Flowers — Brighten the sanctuary with flowers to celebrate and honor loved ones.
Lay Eucharistic Ministers (LEM) — Laypeople who are licensed by the bishop to administer the Eucharist's consecrated elements.
Living Our Faith — Held each autumn, this program focuses on how we give back to God by sharing our gifts of time (volunteering), talent (abilities) and treasure (prosperity) with others.
Mary and Martha Guild — Members serve coffee and snacks after worship service and other parish events.
Music and Choir — Provide music during the Holy Eucharist.
Proclaimers — Read the word of the Lord during the Holy Eucharist.