The Episcopal Church of St. Michael the Archangel

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

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

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Welcome to St Michael's!

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

The Season of Pentecost 

Pentecost means "fiftieth day" in Ancient Greek and is celebrated fifty days after Easter.  It is the great celebration that marks the birth of the Christian church by the power of the Holy Spirit.  Pentecost is historically and symbolically related
to the Jewish harvest festival of Shavuot.

      While the disciples were inside praying, a sound like that of a rushing wind filled the house and tongues of fire descended and rested over each of their heads.  They were suddenly empowered to proclaim the gospel of the risen Christ.  They went out into the streets of Jerusalem and began preaching to the crowds gathered for the harvest festival of Shavout. 

      Not only did the disciples preach with boldness and vigor, but by a miracle of the Holy Spirit they spoke in the native languages of the people present, many who had come from all corners of the Roman Empire. 


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

Calling all Saints, Sinners and Cynics!
Are you "spiritual" but not "religious"? Or, maybe, you just don't  know what to believe. Perhaps you're a member of the "Nones", you know, that group that no longer believes in anything supernatural. Some folks are life-long Christians but the world we're living in today just doesn't seem to make sense and now many questions and doubts have come into their mind about what they were taught about God when they were younger. And yet, some have found a personal kind of relationship with God through Jesus. How did they do that? Some of us have fallen away in disbelief because we were hurt or someone we love was hurt and we don't understand how a good and loving god could or would allow that to happen.

Many are on the same road:  the one that  may lead to some answers or acceptance-possibly faith. And, then again, maybe not. This is A small group for those who are wrestling with the questions and the doubts. No answers are promised-just lively and respectful conversation
in a comfortable atmosphere.

We meet from 6:30-8:30 at the coral gables restaurant
in East Lansing. the address is 2838 E. grand river. 

call the office at 517-882-9733 if you have any questions, 
or send us an email at
You have as much to offer as to take away.

Education for All Ages!  

  Religious education for kids is ongoing-come and join us on Sundays at 10:15.

Adult education has regular opportunities for study and discussion on
 a variety of topics. Sign up on the sheet in the narthex, or call the office for
more information. 
The book club meets on Thursdays at 2:30.
See "Notes from the Office" for further details on the book and where to meet.

Youth Group (grades 6-12)
Worship, Service and Fun!
Contact the office if you want to join, 517-882-9732



  Find us on 6500 Amwood Dr. in Lansing, Michigan

Phone:  517-882-9733     E-mail:

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

Services of the Holy Eucharist

Sundays at 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM

            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:

The Episcopal Church:

The Worldwide Anglican Communion:

Anglicans Online:

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