Christian Education Commission
The Christian Education at Saint Michael and All Angels is an important part of our community life. A mixed offering of programs provides opportunities for everyone to grow in their Christian faith through didactic study and hands on learning.
The Sunday Forums, which are held between the two services each Sunday morning (9:30-10:15) from November through March in the Parish Hall, are well attended. These Forums focus on a common theme which addresses subjects appropriate for Christian living in the world.
The 2012-13 theme is, "Passionale Issues in the Context of Our Faith".
The passionate forum theme gives you the opportunity to ponder, analyze, question and consider major issues of our time that demand our attention and deeply involve our hearts and minds. Saint Michael and All Angels offers a series to titilate your interest and stimulate you to consider these issues and areas so increasingly affecting our lives as Christians today and tomorrow.
Come and be challenged!!
A time for questions and answers gives the large audience an opportunity to be heard and to have their concerns addressed.
Bible Study with The Rector: Join the Rector every Thursday (excluding holiday weeks) from 11-12 p.m. in the Parlor, beginning January 10 (until book finished), as we start another walk through scripture - this time with the Gospel of Luke. Come and pray, read, learn, and share with us. For more information call  472-2173.
Book Study & Discussion: Call the Church Office for information.
Inquirers' Class: Special classes for those new to Saint Michael and All Angels, led by the Rector or by our Priest Associates, are held on Sunday evenings for those who are interested in learning more about the Episcopal Church and to consider and prepare for confirmation. Call the Church Office for more information.
Men’s Fellowship: The men of the parish gather early in the morning (7:30) in the Parish Hall on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month, to pray together and to share faith journeys and common concerns. An annual weekend retreat enables the men to spend quiet times for reflection and spiritual formation. A light breakfast is provided (7:15).
Women at the Well: To be announced.