The Adult Forum
During the school year, adults are invited to participate in the Adult Forum that takes place on Sunday morning from 9:15 until 10:15. The Adult Forum deals with a wide variety of topics and concerns from perspectives on the Episcopal Church to gang presence in local schools to the seven deadly sins.
A Bible Study for Young Adults takes place on Thursday evenings at 7:30pm.
Lenten Soup Suppers
Wednesday Lenten and Soup Suppers followed by presentation/discussion, or worship have been a tradition at St. Michael’s for many years.
Daughters of the King (DOK)
The St. Catherine of Siena Chapter of Daughters of the King meets monthly for prayer, fellowship and maintains the parish prayer chain.
Women’s Tuesday Fellowship meets on Tuesdays at noon and follows a variety of Bible Study curricula.
The Men’s Tuesday Morning Fellowship meets early in the morning to discuss topics relevant to Christian life, to pray together, and to share a light breakfast.
The Annual Women’s Retreat takes place in the Spring.
Confirmation occurs in the Spring of the year. Confirmation classes are held prior to the Bishop’s visit.
A group of St. Michael’s parishioners who have participated in Cursillo, meets periodically through the year for discussion, fellowship and prayer.
The Rector’s Book Circle meets quarterly in the morning.
Mothers’ Morning Out
While not technically an educational group, St. Michael’s provides a safe and caring environment for younger children on most Tuesday mornings during the school year.
Education For Ministry (EFM)
St. Michael’s serves as the host church for EFM. This course, taught from the Episcopal perspective, helps the student dig deeper into the Christian faith, study the Bible, Church history and theological ideas and reflect on connecting faith with life experiences. The classes take place on Sunday afternoon.
Community Bible Study is an interdenominational Bible study for the community. A women’s study takes place at St. Michael’s on Wednesday morning during the school year.
Although it is not a specific program, St. Bede’s Bookstore, located in the corner of the Gathering Area, promotes Christian literacy by selling books that cover a wide range of topics related to the Christian faith. Prayer Books, Bibles and hymnals are also available. There are no set hours of operation; St. Bede’s is open whenever the church is open! Books are purchased by using a donation box.