Location: Coke Activities Room
Come learn the new, efficient tool which will give volunteers greater control of their schedule and time and will ultimately help VNA serve more meals to homebound, hungry volunteers. Volunteers who attend will receive VNA thermal bags for their deliveries. Drinks and snacks provided. This is for current and potential volunteers.
Ministry Leaders: Ruthie Garrett, Janie Richard, and Byrd Teague
Acolyte Training for all parishioners interested in serving during worship will be offered on Saturday, February 23 from 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Youth 5th grade and above are welcome and encouraged to serve. For more information, please contact Tony Briggle at [email protected]
Location: Coke Activities Room
Please stop in before or after your church service or Sunday School class to participate in small service projects benefitting Project Moses, The Gathering, and Jubilee Park & Community Center. Families welcome!
Register now at saintmichael.org/101
If you are new to Saint Michael or just visiting and want to learn more about membership, then this luncheon is for you! Come meet members of our clergy and vestry, and hear about our many ministries, opportunities for involvement and the exciting future for our parish. Lunch is served and childcare is available with pre-registration. Led by Rev. Chris Girata and Rev. Mary Lessmann
Trip Dates: September 25 - October 10
Join Rev. Greg Pickens and his wife Noralyn this fall to explore the most important Anglican heritage sites in England and Scotland! With fall in the UK as our backdrop, we hope you will consider this immersive trip into our spiritual history. Because of Saint Michael's ongoing support of the international Anglican Communion, the trip includes some singular experiences that you won't find elsewhere including lunch and a tour of Lambeth Palace, lodging inside the gates of Canterbury Cathedral, visits to English manor homes, and more.
Spring Distinguished Lecture: Rev. Robert MacSwain, PhD
Thursday, May 2, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Coke Activities Room
Join us in listening to The Rev. Robert MacSwain, Ph D., Associate Professor of Theology at The School of Theology, University of the South, speak about "A Generous God: The Sacramental Theology of David Brown". His presentation allows listeners to think "outside the box" of traditional sacramental theology and will be accompanied by heavy hors d'oeuvres, wine and beer.
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Welcome! | Saint Michael and All Angels is a community of passionate people seeking to follow Jesus in a meaningful way that impacts both our own lives and that of the community around us. We are blessed with our parish home and so glad to share it with you. If you find yourself in Dallas, we would love to have you join us for worship!
- The Reverend Dr. Chris Girata, Rector
Welcome to Children and Family Ministry!
Our team in Children and Family Ministry provides children, ages 0 – 5th grade, and their parents with the tools they need to become faithful disciples of Christ. We achieve this through fun and interactive programming that allows children and families to explore their faith together.
We are located just south of Northwest Highway off of Douglas Ave. at Colgate Ave. Via Northbound Tollroad: Exit Lovers Ln, continue straight on Lomo Alto a few blocks to Colgate. Church is on your right. Via Southbound Tollroad: Exit Northwest Hwy, turn left to Douglas Ave. Turn R on Douglas and church is a few blocks down on your right. Via US 75: Exit Northwest Hwy and go west to Douglas Ave. Turn R on Douglas and church is a few blocks down on your right.
If you are new to Saint Michael, curious about the path to membership, or simply want to learn more about life at our parish community, we invite you to join us for two different class events we have throughout the year: "Saint Michael 101" is an introduction to life here at SMAA, and "Episcopal Christians 101", where we explore what it means to walk as a Christian in the Episcopal tradition, discussing topics like our Anglican heritage, worship, the Bible and formation etc.
Flowers in our holy worship spaces are a beautiful gift to God and those who attend services at Saint Michael as well as those being honored or remembered. A contribution to the Flower Fund is a meaningful way to honor or remember a loved one for special life events such as birthdays, anniversaries, baptisms, confirmations, thanksgivings, or in memory of a loved one.
The Foundation of Saint Michael and All Angels is essential to the vitality, growth, stability and success of our parish. Its grants support the mission of the Parish, consistent with priorities established by the Vestry and the Rector.
As God’s stewards, we build on the foundation left by those who came before us. We, in turn, have the opportunity, with a bequest to Saint Michael, to sustain and enhance our parish ministries and programs for the benefit of future generations.