St. Michael’s is a diverse group of God’s people. We come here because we believe God is present in our worship. We know God is among us when we gather together. We hear His voice in the Scriptures, message, songs, hymns and liturgy. We see and hear God in each other.
The above picture from our worship on Pentecost Day shows this beautiful diversity: many ages, different ethnicities. The music team (in the top left corner) has a 10 year old young man singing next to a much more “life experienced” man (by about 70 years). You will also see coats and ties, t-shirts, dresses and shorts, pony tails and bald heads! Within this picture are eight cancer survivors.
The words projected on the screen are from the 5th century of Christian worship. Some people are standing, some are kneeling and some are sitting. We celebrate communion every week and invite you to join us on this journey. Come as you are – our founder often wore sandals.