Becoming a member of Saint Michael and All Angels begins with your desire to be a part of our community of faith. After that decision, it’s easy.




Definitions of Membership

Baptized Member

Any person baptized with water in the name of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. All baptized Christians are welcome to receive the bread and the wine at Holy Communion.


Persons sixteen years and older are to be considered adult communicants.

Communicant in Good Standing

Someone “who for the previous year has been faithful in corporate worship, unless for good cause prevented, and has been faithful in working, praying and giving for the spread of the Kingdom of God.” (The Constitutions and Canons of the Episcopal Church)

Confirmed Communicant

Any baptized person who has received the laying on of hands by a Bishop of the Episcopal Church. Adult Confirmation happens in the fall and spring, and all members of Saint Michael are encouraged to be confirmed in the Episcopal Church.

Communicant of Record

A baptized or confirmed Communicant who fulfills his or her pledge by a form of payment that can be recorded in the church’s files as corresponding to that communicant. (A person placing cash in the offering plate without identification, is a Communicant but not one of record.)

Regular Attendance

There are opportunities to worship at Saint Michael every day of the week and more than 100 ministries in which you can become engaged. Worshiping regularly and getting involved is good for the soul. Learn more about worship at Saint Michael.


Christian giving involves pledging to God a portion of our time, talent, and treasure for the building of God’s kingdom. Learn more about ways to give at Saint Michael and All Angels.