Women of Saint Michael (WOSM)
Welcome to the Women of Saint Michael (WOSM). All women who are members of Saint Michael are automatically members of WOSM. Our theme this year is “Bridging the Divide” which will encompass not only our programming but also the changes in the church due to our ongoing construction projects rendering parts of the church unusable for a portion of the year.
This year’s programming has encompassed a five-part speaker series addressing structural divides in America today and has provided some hopeful solutions. Topics have included education, acculturation, faith and science, community partnerships, and politics tackled by some truly fabulous speakers. Evening and luncheon speakers have been offered thereby encouraging all women to be able to attend. Our one remaining event in the series is our annual Spring Luncheon featuring Ambassador Kay Bailey Hutchinson, Former United States Ambassador to NATO and Former Senator who will be speaking on Bridging the Divide in Politics and Foreign Policy. Our Honorary Chair this year is Jeff Rice. Please click here for more information.
Please watch for all our event information in the Archangel, Annual Newsletter, or Sunday News, or call 214-363-5471 and ask for WOSM President, Zoe Hart, for more information. Lastly, please join us for the speaker series and our other events as we have fun while doing good work!
The St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange, a gift shop in Highland Park Village, is the outreach fundraising project of the Women of Saint Michael. Please visit our newly redone location at 5 Highland Park Village for all your gifting and wrapping needs!
Women of Saint Michael Grant Program
WOSM grant funds are available for stand-alone 501(c)(3) non-profit agencies serving the critical needs of residents in the Dallas County as well as those agencies meeting the criteria for Episcopal grants. WOSM grant funds are generated principally through sales activity of the St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange, parish events and activities hosted by WOSM, and generous individual donations.
The Gifts Committee is pleased to partner with Communities Foundation of Texas to provide a best-in-class experience for agencies seeking WOSM grant funding.
Recipients for 2023 grants received a total of $500,000 – click here to see a list of recipients.
The online grant portal will open on November 14, 2022 to begin receiving applications for the 2023 grants cycle.