St. Michael’s is committed to the well-being of its members through caring relationships and kind actions, intentionally meeting both the spiritual and life needs of the congregation and the wider community.
Contact the church office if you or a loved one is ill, homebound, in an assisted care facility or whenever a visit or talking with someone from St. Michael’s might be helpful.
The Pastoral Care Network provides warmth and support both in and beyond the Sunday church service. Membership offers an opportunity to fulfill the role that Jesus gave us, to love and serve our neighbors whoever and wherever they might be. Believing that we are Christ’s hands and heart in the world, St. Michael’s parishioners are involved in the work of pastoral care ministry which includes :
- Lay Eucharistic Visitors — Lay Eucharistic visitors are trained and licensed to take Eucharist to those who are housebound or are temporarily unable to attend regular worship.
- Prayer Requests
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