Due to the pandemic, we are not currently meeting in person at Saint Michael's. 

We welcome you to view our recorded Services online, posted here on the website, every week on Saturday afternoon. 

Each Service also premieres on our FaceBook page at 10:30am every Sunday. All ministry meetings, parish meetings and other gatherings, are held via Zoom.

Please call the church office for additional information.

 


We Celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King

Click on the video above to view the St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church virtual program of our 6th Annual celebration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.

Featured is The Rt Rev. Robert Wright, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. Since his election in 2012, he has been a vocal and active leader around the country, teaching about the importance of love and justice.  Also featured are the Spiritual Voices choir of Fort Myers, a reading of Dr. King’s I Have A Dream Speech, and music by a select choir of St. Michael’s.

 


Upcoming Special Events

Thursday, January 21

  • 10:00am Bible Study with Fr. Bill via zoom, join here
  • 5:00pm The final Neighborhood Stewardship Zoom -- sign up here or contact Susan

Sunday, January 31

 


Weekly Sunday Worship Service

Our Sunday Worship Service Video will be available weekly for viewing on this page every Saturday afternoon and on our FaceBook page at 10:30 on Sunday mornings.

Until then, you can click here to view past Worship Service Videos.

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Weekly Sunday Communion

Drive Thru Communion is available every Sunday morning at Saint Michael and All Angels Church. Come anytime between 9:15am -10:15am. Enter the church grounds off Dunlop and proceed through the parking lot to the area outside the red doors of church. Remain in your car, please wear a mask, and Fr. Bill will bring safely packaged communion to your car window. You can also take communion to someone who isn't able to get to church.

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Fr. Bill's Friday Message January 15, 2021
Weekly Reflection 1/15/2021

There's Good News

I like to watch the evening news.  I really like it near the end when Lester Holt says: “there’s good news tonight…” and then goes on to tell a story about a restaurant owner who makes and donates hundreds of meals for over-worked hospital workers, or a 7-year-old girl who has made and sold thousands of friendship bracelets to help purchase PPE for medical workers, or some other story about people young and old doing good things for others.

It reminds me that there is a tremendous amount of goodness in the world.  Kind, caring people reaching out, loving their neighbor, helping others in the midst of these trying and difficult days for so many people.

There is good news in our community as well.  Last week, I sent out a request for warm clothes, shoes and boots for Immokalee families.  A simple email with a short-notice request.  The donations needed to be packed into two vehicles!  Thank you to Chuck and Sue Sterrett for organizing and transporting these items. It is just one story of the generosity of this community.  I know that there are many more.  People continue to bring personal hygiene items to be donated to various agencies.  People responded generously to the Angel Tree project.  And so many of you have responded generously to our stewardship campaign.

I am also pleased that our 6th annual celebration of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will be presented virtually next Monday, January 18th.  It will be available for viewing anytime after 8:00 a.m. It can be found on the home page of our website, www.saintmichaels-sanibel.org. Our special guest speaker will be The Rt. Rev. Robert Wright, the Bishop of the Diocese of Atlanta.  We are able to offer the service thanks to the time and talent of singers, other participants and Sue Van Oss’ technological skills. Tomorrow, Saturday the 16th, our diocese will be offering a ZOOM event called “How to Serve God and Save the Planet.”  The presenter, Dr. Matthew Sleeth, resigned his position as chief of staff and emergency room physician to pursue his calling to work on stewardship of creation.  Details about this program and registration can be found here.

There is good news in our church community and in our world.  There are people who generously respond to a request for warm clothes, people who make adjustments and work hard so our church programs and services continue on-line, and people who leave a career to pursue a higher calling.  There is good news tonight and every night.

Peace,
+Bill

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