The Episcopal Church of St. Michael the Archangel

We are members of the Worldwide Anglican Communion,
of The Episcopal Church USA, and of the Diocese of Michigan.


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Welcome to St Michael's!

Our mission is to nourish God's
people, that Christ may be known.

Sunday Services at 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM.

Come as you are, come on in, and check us out!    





What's Happening At the Church of
St. Michael the Archangel?

Wednesdays During Lent

Join us Wednesdays at 6:00 pm starting on
February 25 for worship,a soup and bread meal,
and discussion. If you would like to contribute
to the meal, cheese and fruit would be welcome,
but it is not a requirement. Please join us!


Saints, Sinners and Cynics!

 This is a group for those who are wrestling with questions 

and  doubts. Or perhaps there is something in scripture that
 has always puzzled you. Maybe you would like input on
 a challenging situation. Come dine and seek with us. We
don't have all the answers-but we do promise lively and
respectful conversation in a comfortable atmosphere.


We meet Mondays from 6:30-8:30 at the Coral Gables
restaurant in East Lansing, at 2838 E. Grand River Ave. 
 
Call the office at 517-882-9733 if you have any questions, 
or send us an email at 
 stmichael.lansing@gmail.com
You have as much to offer as to take away.

Join us for indoor and outdoor play, worship on Sundays, 
and other events. Click on "St. Michael's Manna" for details.

                                                                                 

EVERYONE
IS WELCOME
AT ST. MICHAEL'S!

              

  Find us on 6500 Amwood Dr. in Lansing, Michigan
Phone:  517-882-9733     E-mail: stmichael.lansing@gmail.com

We are located off of Edgewood Blvd.,
between the Target and Menards stores.



            The worldwide Anglican Communion, of which the Episcopal Church is a part, has preserved the faith and order that in the early days was taught everywhere:  the threefold ministry of bishops, priests, and deacons; the sacraments of Baptism and the Holy Eucharist;  the creeds, as the brief record of certain truths on which the church is based; and the holy scriptures.



Find more information at these sites:


The Diocese of Michigan: www.edomi.org

The Episcopal Church:  http:ecusa.anglican.org/


The Worldwide Anglican Communion:  www.anglicancommunion.org/


Anglicans Online:  www.anglicansonline.org/


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