The Archangel Magazine | Fall 2022
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Featured in this Issue...
Kids Discovered And Shared Jesus' Love: Vacation Bible School 2022 Jerusalem Marketplace
At the beginning of June, the Children and Family Ministry team hosted its annual Vacation Bible School program. Over 100 children got to travel back in time to explore Jerusalem Marketplace and discover what Jesus’ final week in the city was like.
Saint Michaelites Knit With Love For Others
Often during Sunday morning services, communicants stop at a small credence table on their way to communion to place a hand on a knitted or crocheted prayer shawl, joining with clergy to bless the handmade shawls that will be distributed to people who are ill, confined or grieving.
Mission & Outreach Volunteer Opportunities by the Rev. Robin Hinkle
After much anticipation, I am delighted to finally be working with you as your new Associate for Mission and Outreach. These first couple of months have been a whirlwind of introductions, both with you here at Saint Michael and with our partners in ministry in the Dallas community and beyond.
Calling All Women: You Are A Woman Of Saint Michael!
Who exactly are the Women of Saint Michael and what do you have to do to join? It could not be simpler: all women who are members of our parish are automatically members of the Women of Saint Michael (WOSM).
Saint Michael Parishioner Earns College Degree as an Octogenarian
Before Saint Michael and All Angel’s 85-year-old parishioner Marillyn Seeberger started taking college level classes, she volunteered at Saint Michael in outreach for a number of ministries. Spanning more than a decade, Marillyn spear-headed writing materials for the Pastoral Care Ministries and for the communications department.
Youth Mission Week by Tiffany LaMotte
For the second year in a row our youth ministry here at Saint Michael spent a week of their summer serving around Dallas with various ministry partners. Thirty-one youth signed up for the opportunity to serve our city while also building friendships with each other along the way.
A Mantra Worth Adopting: Faith, Family, and Football–In That Order!
In what amounted to a re-start of a long standing strategy of the Men of Saint Michael, 125 of the group’s members and their guests gathered at the Park City Club for an inspiring conversation with Clark Hunt, Chairman of the Hunt Sports Group and CEO of FC Dallas and the Kansas City Chiefs, with Sunwest Communications owner and CEO Crayton Webb, facilitating. Mr. Hunt began his presentation with this powerful central theme, "My Christian faith is the most important thing to me. In terms of priorities, it is faith, family, and football—in that order."