The grass is turning green and June is just around the corner. In the summer, St. Michael’s traditionally has just one Sunday morning service and this summer is no different.
Sunday Morning Worship – SUMMER
We will keep our 10 am service, with the last 8:45 service on Sunday, May 22. Memorial Day Weekend will be the start of our 10am-only summer schedule. Having one service at 10 am is an opportunity to bring people and families together who perhaps normally don’t see each other. A few other things to keep in mind:
- Livestream and On-demand options will continue.
- The Chosen Video series/study will continue in Room 32 each Sunday, but will start at 8:30 am. This study will conclude at the end of June, and another study will begin after it’s conclusion.
- The coffee / fellowship time will begin at 9:30 am. Coffee will still be available after the 10 am service until 11:30, for those who aren’t “early” risers. A big thanks to our coffee team for adjusting to this new schedule.
- We will have a special, outdoor, parking-lot service and LUNCH on Father’s Day, June 19 – mark your calendar!
- We are in need of more people to volunteer with the Connections Team (greeters) and ushering. Training will be provided. If you are interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Midweek Evening Worship
For our midweek service we are moving from Thursday night to Wednesday night at 7 pm, starting on Wednesday, May 25. This will ultimately allow for a worship opportunity for confirmation families and additional education/family programming on those Wednesday nights.
Organ/Hymn Worship Service
Due to popular demand from our Lent midweek services, we will move our hymn/organ service to Wednesdays at 11:30 am, starting on May 25.
As we continue to re-engage with each other and our wider community, we are thankful for the opportunities God gives us to hear His good news and to praise Him. We will begin a series on June 5 called “The Great Sending,” which focuses on God’s Mission of Love and how He involves us in it for our sake and the sake of our neighbors. To Christ be the glory!
Pastor Pat and Pastor Ryan