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

Last week, we celebrated Easter Sunday with triumphant rejoicing, including the Easter hymn “Jesus Christ is Risen Today.” But Easter is not a day. Easter is a season. It lasts from Easter Sunday until the day of Pentecost, which takes place 50 days after Easter. The season was originally developed as a time for teaching the mysteries of the faith to the newly baptized, and to help newly

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Are you living with an attitude of gratitude? We all know what gratitude feels like in response to a gift we’ve been given, but we may not realize that an “attitude of gratitude” is something we can cultivate in our lives. Practicing gratitude has become increasingly popular in secular culture. You can find gratitude lists, journals and meditations pretty much anywhere. Research even

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How can you create space and silence for God in your daily life? If you’ve been with us for Lent, you’ll know that we are exploring some of the spiritual practices, or spiritual disciplines, that can help us focus on our humanity, devote some time to self-reflection, and practice turning towards Jesus, who waits for us on the cross on Good Friday. So far, we’ve explored (1)

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How do we begin to look at worship as not confined to a particular experience but central to our everyday lives?  If you’ve been with us over the past four weeks, you’ll know that during this Lenten season, we are exploring some of the spiritual practices, or spiritual disciplines, that can help us focus on our humanity, devote some time to self-reflection, and practice turning towards

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If you’ve been with us over the past three weeks, you’ll know that during this Lenten season, we are exploring some of the spiritual practices, or spiritual disciplines, that can help us focus on our humanity, devote some time to self-reflection, and practice turning towards Jesus, who waits for us on the cross on Good Friday. On the first Sunday in Lent, I talked about self-examination and

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