Saint Michael And All Angels Episcopal Church

Saint Michael And All Angels Episcopal Church

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This is another instance in which women, in the end, are used as property or an asset is it not? Sacrifice Dinah's honor to acquire material things.
Do you have choirboys who would like to attend this summer's MBCC?
Good evening...my name is Doug Bready, and some 60 years ago, Sally Hudson was my first grade teacher...her son, Jack, my best friend from earliest schooling through all our education...today we remain friends. Our mutual church home, St. Paul's Episcopal, Orange TX, as well as home for our early education, at the day school there. I learned of Mrs. Hudson's passing just now from Jack, and I understand he is in route to her celebration of life services there on Saturday. While I can't attend in person, please know I am there in spirit, recalling the early instruction, and more, early love shown by this wonderful teacher, educator and mom.... Thank you all at St. Michael and All Angels, for being her church home for what sounds as if it was many many years. May we all seek the community that Christ calls us to be...supporting each other, in love, as we each look to grow closer and closer to Jesus, our Lord and savior... I know my heart is a bit heavier tonight...
My name is Evangelist Ifeanyichukwu Ota. I distribute gospel tracts in hospitals, markets, schools, orphanage Homes, as well as on the streets. There are many lost souls and people eager to read the gospel tracts that they receive.
To all of the Parish of Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, We just received your donation check in the post yesterday. Thank you so much for this kind gift. At the moment, refugees are struggling to survive the winter, so our Center is very busy, and your donation will help us to provide the services and assistance that they so desperately need. Thank you to all, and our blessings from Rome🙏😍💜
Thank you for sharing your beautiful space and greeting us with such wonderful hospitality when Northway Christian Church needed a room to meet. Blessings to you all!
Thank you for helping us make this the most memorable day of our lives
In case you have any parishioners or friends running the Dallas Marathon on Sunday, December 10th, please know that Saint Michael and All Angels will have a Eucharist there before the race. The service will be at 7:00 am in the Chapel of Thanksgiving at Thanks-Giving Square (1627 Pacific Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201)—a few blocks from the starting line. The service will be over at least by 7:30 a.m.
Chris, looking at the photo of the chancel in your primary worship space, have you added rails to prevent falls such as the one I took when I came for your installation. Somehow, I don't remember the railing that shows in this photo.
St. Michael's friends, This may not be the proper forum, but I wanted to share a great luncheon on Tuesday that you may want to attend with a former St. Michael's parishioner speaking. Courtney Ferrell - a former Dallasite and St. Marks' dorm mom (her husband was an educator there, and they lived on campus) -- will present on creativity, innovation, etc. Tuesday, 9/19 from 11-1 for Money+Mindset. Complimentary event; register here to reserve a space: www.debrabrennantagg.com/money-mindset The women's lunch focuses on how we live the life we want. How to get our goals, money and values all working together. Speakers are Debra Brennan Tagg & Courtney Ferrell. Both are dynamos, inspiring & fun. Hope some of you may find it of value; please do feel free to share with your networks if you'd like. Thanks for your review and consideration to share.
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Our fifteen services during the week for all ages range from meditative to exuberant and traditional to modern. Learn more: http://bit.ly/GTJlE1

Mission: Saint Michael and All Angels is an embracing and engaging community of faith living our Baptismal Covenant.

Saint Michael And All Angels Episcopal Church

NOW ON DEMAND
The 7pm WOMEN OF THE PASSION livestream has concluded--but now you can watch it on demand! This is a Stations of the Cross where all 14 stations are told from the perspective of a female biblical character, all voiced by women of our parish, and featuring the stunning Via Crucis Stations of the the Cross.
The Saint Michael Via Crucis is the sister set to the original, which was commissioned to commemorate the 1400th anniversary of the dedication to Christianity of the Basilica of the Roman Pantheon, by Italian artist, Severino. To learn more about the Via Crucis go to:
https://www.saintmichael.org/uploads/images/vc-compressed_718.pdf

#HolyMonday #StationsoftheCross #ViaCrucis #HolyWeek #smaadallas20 The Episcopal Church Chris Ken Steven Lainey Kelly

Women of the Passion: A Journey to the Cross: This Stations of the Cross services is told from the perspective of female Biblical characters. A diverse group of women from Saint Michael, youth to septuagenarians offer their voices for this way of the cross.

Women of the Passion: A Journey to the Cross: This Stations of the Cross services is told from the perspective of female Biblical characters. A diverse group of women from Saint Michael, youth to septuagenarians offer their voices for this way of the cross.

Women of the Passion: A Journey to the Cross: This Stations of the Cross services is told from the perspective of female Biblical characters. A diverse group of women from Saint Michael, youth to septuagenarians offer their voices for this way of the cross.

Making Space for God | The Rev. Dr. Christopher D. Girata

In yesterday's sermon, Rector Chris Girata reminded us that the original Palm Sunday was a triumph in a time of fear, and that we can have a similar triumph today.

DRIVE IS TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY!
Help support our friends in the Jubilee Park & Community Center neighborhood who are unable to stock their homes with supplies. From 9-11 a.m. each morning, you can drive through the church porte cohere and drop off your donations.

More info and needed items at saintmichael.org/serviceops

Holy Week worship begins tonight with a special service, "Women of the Passion: A Journey to the Cross." This unique Stations of the Cross is told from the perspective of females who were around Jesus during the passion narrative, and will be led by female clergy and parishioners.

Tune in LIVE at 7 p.m. at saintmichael.org/holyweek or here on Facebook.

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Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Easter Day - Saint Michael and All Angels

Don't forget: there are opportunities for online Holy Week worship every day this week! Check out the full schedule and tune in using the link below!

saintmichael.org NOTICE: In light of the Dallas County "Safer At Home" order and the Bishop's pastoral directive, all in-person worship services have been suspended thr...

Palm Sunday: 11 a.m. Contemporary Service: Join us for a Contemporary Eucharist on Palm Sunday.

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Our Contemporary Palm Sunday service starts in 30 minutes! Get your program and follow along:https://www.saintmichael.org/uploads/images/contemporary-interactive-palm-sunday-200405_786.pdf

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Palm Sunday: 9 a.m. Traditional Service: Join us for a Rite II Eucharist on Palm Sunday. Download the bulletin here:https://www.saintmichael.org/uploads/images/traditional-interactive-palm-sunday-200405_317.pdf

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We're about to go live with our 9 a.m. Palm Sunday service! Get your program:

https://www.saintmichael.org/uploads/images/traditional-interactive-palm-sunday-200405_317.pdf

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Next Tuesday and Wednesday, April 7 and 8, we are holding a Food and Basic Needs Drive to support our neighbors in the Jubilee Park & Community Center neighborhood. From 9-11 a.m. each morning, you can drive through the church porte cohere and drop off your donations. Help us stock the pantries of families who can't afford it.

Download the event flyer to see suggested items at saintmichael.org/serviceops

Palm Sunday Contemporary worship begins tomorrow morning at 11 a.m. - join us LIVE! Father Eric Liles will wrap up the "Reordering the Disorder" sermon series, telling us "Where to go and what to do."

Tune in at saintmichael.org/live or on our page.

Join us LIVE tomorrow morning for Palm Sunday worship! At the 9 a.m. traditional service, Rector Chris Girata will preach about "Making Space for God."

Tune in at saintmichael.org/live or here on Facebook.

#PalmSunday pictures from Saint Michael members. How are you preparing to celebrate? Send us your pictures at [email protected].

Join Chris for Compline tonight 8 p.m! The service airs LIVE on his Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/cgirata

Follow along beginning on page 127 of the Book of Common Prayer, available online here: https://episcopalchurch.org/book-common-prayer

Saint Michael and All Angels Youth Ministry

An update on our Youth Ministry from Tiffany and Chase. Happy Friday!

Happy Friday everyone!
Here's a quick update video from Tiffany and Chase about everything going on in the Youth Ministry. We hope you all are staying safe and healthy.
Access all formation classes here: https://www.saintmichael.org/learn/
Watch our Sunday services here: https://www.saintmichael.org/watch-our-sunday-services/

How to Make Palm Crosses at Home with Rector Chris Girata

As you prepare for Palm Sunday this weekend, join Rector Chris Girata in making some palm crosses for your home! Don't worry - you don't need palms to make them.

Read his Palm Sunday message to the parish here: https://www.saintmichael.org/blog/a-palm-sunday-message-from-rector-chris-girata/

Compline with Rector Chris Girata begins at 8 p.m. LIVE from his Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/cgirata

Follow along beginning on page 127 of the Book of Common Prayer, available online here: https://episcopalchurch.org/book-common-prayer

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A Message from Rector Chris Girata 4/1/20 4 PM CDT - Saint Michael and All Angels

Rector Chris Girata offers some words of encouragement in his latest message to the parish. Read it at the link below!

saintmichael.org Dear Friends, Happy April! As we begin a new month, settling into our new reality, I wanted to send you a note with a short video update. As you will he...

Join Rector Chris Girata LIVE for Bible Study at 10:30am today. Previous classes can be heard here: https://www.saintmichael.org/rectors-bible-study/

Words of wisdom from Rector Chris Girata for your Wednesday!

Watch the rest of his sermon at saintmichael.org/sermons

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Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Easter Day - Saint Michael and All Angels

WE'RE LIVE 7PM CDT EVERY NIGHT IN HOLY WEEK!
Hey everybody, the church is closed, but worship is still ongoing, vibrant and strong--join us online 9 & 11AM CDT, Palm Sunday and Easter Day--and every night of Holy Week at 7PM CDT for live services! Click the link below to see the full lineup, download bulletins as they become available, and also watch the streams (also of course available here on FB) PLEASE SHARE with friends and family and help us get the word out! -S

#episcopal #inthistogether #strongertogether #covid19 #holyweek #services #eucharist #streaming The Episcopal Church Episcopal Diocese of Dallas #Easter #PalmSunday #HolyWeek Chris Girata Ken Brannon Steven Haal Colleen O'Hara Bob Johnston Justin Brooks Jonathan Ryan Margaret Harper Regan Eleanor Wallace Tish Mauldin Visinsky Caroline Lewis Marak Ross Badgett Adam Jones Chase Monson Tiffany LaMotte Tiffany Taylor Brooks

saintmichael.org NOTICE: In light of the Dallas County "Safer At Home" order and the Bishop's pastoral directive, all in-person worship services have been suspended thr...

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Jonathan Ryan plays Bach Kyrie, Gott Heiliger Geist, BWV 671

Some music to uplift you: Jonathan Ryan playing J.S. Bach on the main sanctuary organ! Enjoy!

Jonathan Ryan, Director of Music at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, plays Kyrie, Gott Heiliger Geist, BWV 671 by J.S. Bach as the postlude for...

Saint Michael & All Angels Children & Family Ministry

Children and Family Ministry is continuing Sunday classes online! CFM Director Regan Eleanor Wallace gives us an update on what’s this week so that our young families can join in.

Learn more at saintmichael.org/CFM

A quick update from Children and Family Ministry! We hope you are all staying safe and healthy!
Access formation classes here: https://www.saintmichael.org/learn/
Watch our Sunday services here: https://www.saintmichael.org/watch-our-sunday-services/

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Aunt Bette's Community Pantry

Looking for a way to give back to your community during this time of need? Aunt Bette's Community Pantry at St. Philip's School & Community Center is one of the few food pantries in our neighborhood that remains open, and they need helping hands every Monday-Thursday. If you are well and want to help out, consider giving some time to pack boxes, stack boxes, and load them in clients' cars.

Volunteer now: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050d45a9aa2ba6f49-ourcommunity

signupgenius.com 1502 Pennsylvania Avenue Dallas TX 75215  |  214-753-5600  As you are aware, we - along with countless other nonprofits - are daily assessing and managing the impact of COVID-19 on our critical services. Aunt Bette's Community Pantry is one of the few pantries still operating during this corona...

Join us for Compline tonight led by Rector Chris Girata! The service begins at 8 p.m. LIVE from his Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/cgirata

Prayers begin on page 127 of the Book of Common Prayer, available online here: https://episcopalchurch.org/book-common-prayer

Change is Good

During this time of tumult, Rector Chris Girata reminds us how much God still cares for us.

Reorder the Disorder: Lazarus Moments

The Rev. Bob Johnston teaches us what we can learn from the story of Lazarus, especially in times when our faith is tested.

Our Formation ministry team is hard at work making new online offerings for adults, youth, and children! Below, Father Eric Liles offers more details on offerings for this past Sunday and what else is coming soon.

To see all of our current online formation offerings, visit this handy webpage: https://www.saintmichael.org/blog/live-formation/

An Update from Rector Chris Girata

March 29, 2020
Rector Chris Girata offers encouragement in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, reminding everyone that we are not alone.
Chris Girata, Ken, Steven, Colleen #episcopal The Episcopal Church #smaa2020 #careforoneanother #community #together

Watch the 11 a.m. Contemporary service here, Fr. Bob Johnston preaching!

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Almost time for our beautiful contemporary service! Get your programs here:https://www.saintmichael.org/uploads/images/rcl-a-5th-sun-in-lent-ch11-contemporary-interactive_813.pdf

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9 a.m. Traditional Service (Rite II): Join us live for our 9 a.m. Rite II Traditional Church service. Download today’s bulletin here:https://www.saintmichael.org/uploads/images/rcl-a-5th-lent-ch9-200329-interactive_422.pdf

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We're about to go live with our 9:00 a.m. traditional service! Get your program here:https://www.saintmichael.org/uploads/images/rcl-a-5th-lent-ch9-200329-interactive_422.pdf

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Father Bob Johnston will discuss "Lazarus moments" tomorrow morning as he continues the Lenten "Reorder the Disorder" sermon series in the 11 a.m. Contemporary service!

Join us for worship at saintmichael.org/live or here on Facebook.

Tomorrow in the 9 a.m. service, Rector Chris Girata will continue the Lenten sermon series, "Reorder the Disorder!" This week's sermon is about how "Change is Good."

Tune in here on Facebook or at saintmichael.org/live

Rector Chris Girata will lead a service of Compline tonight at 8 p.m.! Join him LIVE on his Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/cgirata

Prayers begin on page 127 of the Book of Common Prayer, available online here: https://episcopalchurch.org/book-common-prayer

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A PASTORAL LETTER FROM THE RECTOR 3/27/20 5 PM CDT - Saint Michael and All Angels

Rector Chris Girata has written a new letter to the parish today! We hope you remain safe and healthy after another week of sheltering in place.

Read the message at the link below!

saintmichael.org My Friends, It’s been far too long since we’ve seen each other in person! As we finish another week of distance living and sheltering in place, I hope ...

We're back with live worship services on Sunday morning! Tune in live at 9 a.m. to watch the Traditional Rite II service, and 11 a.m. for Contemporary Rite II worship.

The stream is available at saintmichael.org/live or right here on our page.

Saint Michael and All Angels Youth Ministry begins online offerings for 6th-12th grade students this Sunday! Students, tune in to watch Chase and Tiffany’s Sunday morning formation live stream, or hop into their Youth Group video calls in the evening.

Starting this Sunday we are starting all of our online formation opportunities! We can’t wait to see you! Please text Chase or Tiffany with any questions.

The Zoom link for youth group has been sent out through the weeks Youth News and Remind texts.

Christi Morrow and Chris Girata are delivering #mealsonwheels today (safely distanced in separate cars!). Thanks to VNA Texas for all they do to help support the most vulnerable in our community!

Join Rector Chris Girata LIVE tonight at 8pm for Compline. Prayers begin on pg 127 of the Book of Common Prayer, which you may access online here: https://episcopalchurch.org/book-common-prayer

Join Rector Chris Girata LIVE for Bible Study at 10:30am today. Previous classes can be heard here: https://www.saintmichael.org/rectors-bible-study/

In Mark's Gospel, we see the important role the disciples played in feeding the people with Jesus' abundance. We're called to do the same today.

Hear more from Rector Chris Girata in today's Lenten Podcast episode: saintmichael.org/lentenpodcast

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Videos (show all)

Making Space for God | The Rev. Dr. Christopher D. Girata
How to Make Palm Crosses at Home with Rector Chris Girata
Change is Good
Reorder the Disorder: Lazarus Moments
An Update from Rector Chris Girata

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