St. Michael and All Angels
We seek to be a light of Christ in the community, where all are welcome to experience God's love and blessings.

Sermons

“Follow me.” How do you think God is calling you at this time in your life? What are you doing to answer God’s call? We hear of Samuel hearing the voice of God calling him. And Samuel answers. “Follow me.” Jesus clearly gives Philip a command to follow. And Philip obeys. Philip tells Nathanael to “Come and see.” And Nathanael follows. Today’s scriptures focus on listening

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You are Christ’s own forever… what does that mean for your life? Today, we start with the Gospel of Mark. And to get into the story, we need to remove from our memory any vestige of Christmas or the birth of Jesus or the journeying of the Magi. For Mark, the story of Jesus’ life begins with his baptism in the River Jordan. Because having Jesus’ baptism begin the story about Jesus

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The magi saw the star; they accepted that gift and gave in response to it.What will you do with the gift that you have been given this year? Find your star word here. Today’s Gospel reading is the familiar reading appointed for Epiphany, which we celebrate on January 6, the twelfth day of Christmas. That’s this coming Wednesday, and we don’t normally have a service on Wednesday, but the

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“Christ is born. He is born to us. And, He is born TODAY. For Christmas is not merely a day like every other day. It is a day made holy and special by a sacred mystery…. For today, God the Father makes all things new, in his divine Son, our redeemer.” Thomas Merton penned these words, but they are as true for us today as the day on which he wrote them. God so loved the creation that Jesus,

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Many thanks to the Rev. Matt Schultz for the foundations of this sermon.  ’Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the townNot a person was stirring - We were all hunkered down.The masks were all hung from their ear-straps with care,In hopes that their vaccine doses soon would be there. The children were nestled all snug in their rooms;While the parents logged out of meetings on

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