Saint Michael offers in-person and streamed services every Sunday - check out all the details here!
Saint Michael and All Angels offers many unique opportunities for worship all seven days of the week. The majority of our seven Sunday services are accompanied by beautiful music from talented musicians. Special worship moments occur throughout the year and are not to be missed. We invite you to come see what we're all about! Learn more about worship at Saint Michael below.
We are currently offering three Sunday and three weekday services. All services meet in-person, but two of our Sunday services are also streamed live. Our fall (expanded) worship schedule begins August 8!Read More »
The Second Sunday After the Epiphany | January 16
7:30 a.m. Traditional Worship, Rite I (Saint Michael Chapel)
The Rev. Greg Pickens
9 a.m. Traditional Worship, Rite II (Church) *
The Rev. Kenneth H. Brannon
9 a.m. Joy: A Children's Service (Saint Michael Chapel)
The Rev. Canon Michael Harmuth
11 a.m. Traditional Worship, Rite I (Church)
The Rev. Kenneth H. Brannon
11 a.m. Contempo…
Missed worship on Sunday morning? Want to watch a service again? Join us for online worship at your convenience! We record our 9 a.m. Traditional and 11 a.m. Contemporary services weekly. New videos released every Sunday at 4 p.m. on this page and our Youtube Channel!
Looking for our live stream? Head to saintmichael.org/live.
The playlists below are arranged newest-ol…
Liturgical support includes opportunities both within worship services and filling other vital needs which are "behind-the-scenes." Both offer chances for a deeper understanding of the worship service as well as an occasion for fellowship with those with whom one serves.Read More »
Welcome to the Saint Michael Music hub page with links to all of our various music ministries, both traditional and contemporary!
The music program at Saint Michael and All Angels has a reputation for excellence throughout the Episcopal Church and within the greater Dallas community. Our Choirs, led by acclaimed, award-winning organist/choirmasters, beautify our worship and lead…Read More »
About the Sacrament
Baptism is regeneration in Christ and admission to new life in his Church. The Episcopal Church understands that baptism confers full membership in the Church, including participation in Holy Communion; baptism is thus about the community as much as it is about the individual. There is no such thing as a private baptism; candidates are sponsored by parents and …Read More »
Christian Marriage at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church
We are delighted that you are considering being married in the Christian Church and specifically at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. For over 60 years our sacred spaces have been the setting for many splendid weddings. Should you choose Saint Michael as the location for one of the most joyous and sac…Read More »
A Christian funeral is a difficult, yet reverent, mix of grief and joy. Joy, because we are confident in the promise of God that “neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our…Read More »
Courtesy of The Episcopal Church Archives - Visitors' Center
Sunday is traditionally when Episcopalians gather for worship. The principal weekly worship service is the Holy Eucharist, also known as: the Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, or Mass. In most Episcopal churches, worship is accompanied by the singing of hymns, and in some churches, much of the service is sung.
Worship Style…Read More »