The Great Thanksgiving


Thanksgiving, in 21st-century American culture, marks the beginning of “The Holidays” — those six weeks of the year marked by food, festivities, and a frantic pace. We know The Holidays are coming, because the stores have been decorated

I Was Hungry


Ruby happened to watch a commercial for Feeding America. It showed people providing nutrition education in different languages, and asked people to get involved in the organization. When she told her mom Wendy about it they decided to look into

Facing the Son

The end of the calendar year often brings with it a heightened sense of hope. One cannot help but yearn in eager expectation for the corner to turn on a new year. What mysteries and adventures does it hold in

A Cloud of Witnesses


On Sunday, November 1st, St. Michael’s was visited by special guests! Twelve saints from ages past made their way to the Parish Hall for a celebration! This intergenerational event was a fun opportunity for children to express those imaginations, for

The Importance of Choir

RichardLaneWe would like to welcome Richard Lane to St. Michael’s as our new Organist/Choirmaster. Mr. Lane comes to us from the quaint historic town of Alexandria, Virginia. His early training as organist and vocalist began at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church