Women of Saint Michael (WOSM)
Welcome to a most exciting year in the life of the Women of Saint Michael as we continue to adapt to ever changing circumstances caused by the coronavirus. All women who are members of Saint Michael are automatically members of the Women of Saint Michael, and we certainly hope that you will choose to participate in our programs and events this year.
As with everything else occurring in these challenging times, we will adapt our programming as the year unfolds. Please watch for event information in the Archangel or Sunday News, or contact WOSM President Jeff Rice for more information.
We are proud to sponsor the yard signs (“The Church Has Left the Building”) which are free of charge to any parishioner who would like one. The signs are available in the main reception area of the church. This has been a way for us to offer support to our parish family while social distancing.
We plan to begin our programming the second week of October when we will have three evening events at St. Michael's Woman’s Exchange. 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 beautiful new location in the Highland Park Village. Because of social distancing and limitations on the number of people who can be in the store at one time, we will each register for one evening, so that everyone will have the opportunity to attend. The store will be decked out for Christmas, and we will enjoy wine and cheese and, of course, have the chance to shop.
Women of Saint Michael Grant Program
WOSM grant funds are available for non-profit agencies serving the critical needs of residents primarily in the Dallas area. Generated funds are distributed principally through sales activity of the St. Michael’s Woman’s Exchange as well as from proceeds of annual Parish events hosted by WOSM.
Applications for 2021 grants are now closed. Recipients will be announced in May, 2021. Recipients for 2020 grants received a total of $229,000 – click here to see a list of recipients.