• Thursday, Sept. 25, 10 a.m. A day at Historic Yates Mill County Park offers visitors an “Escape from the Daily Grind,” with experiences that interpret and preserve our agricultural heritage, environmental resources, and history through educational programs, events and exhibits. $4 per person, plus lunch. Sign up at the front desk.
Don’t miss this outstanding concert that will be played by Charles Callahan, one of America’s leading organists, at 7:30 p.m., on Friday, Sept. 19, on St. Michael’s Nichols & Simpson pipe organ. The concert will feature music from American and French composers. Dr. Callahan will be joined by outstanding flutist Ellen Hinkle, who lives in New England, but is a former member of St. Michael’s choir. This concert is free of charge.
Saturday, Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. to Noon St. Michael’s Environmental Stewardship Committee will send a group to the Walnut Creek Wetland cleanup. Meet at the Center, located at 950 Peterson Street, Raleigh. Please wear work clothes, pants and boots (no open-toed shoes) and bring a water bottle. For information, and to register, contact Scotty Steele.
Directions: From Martin Luther King Blvd., take South State Street to Peterson Street. Turn right onto Peterson. Walnut Creek Wetland Center is on the corner of Peterson and State Streets.
Thank you to the many hands who worked so intentionally to create our 10th year of ministry celebration for the Rev. Greg Jones. Sunday, Sept. 14 was a marvelous day, with outstanding music provided by Kevin Kerstetter and the St. Michael’s choir, spectacular preaching by the Rev. Canon Cathie Caimano, and a reception hosted by the Parish Life Committee. Thanks to Beth Grace, who chaired the celebration committee, for her tireless work. Thanks be to God!
Our new program year continues on Sunday, Sept. 21, with three new offerings for our Adult Christian Formation hour:
- Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, with the Rev. Christopher Hogin, in the Parish Hall
- Writing in Response To Scripture — A New Look at Advent, with the Writers of St. Michael’s, in the Conference Room
- Contemplative Prayer, in Beckwith Chapel
Join us, and explore a closer relationship with God. #goforthwithGod!
Children of the Day: 1 & 2 Thessolonians
“You are all children of the light and children of the day.” IThess. 5:5
- Tuesday Evenings: Sept. 23 – Nov. 18 , 7- 9 p.m.
- *Friday mornings: Sept. 26 – Nov. 21, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
The New Testament believers carried the Spirit of God as they walked the shores of Thessolonica, just as we carry that light today. In this 9 Session Bible study, you, too, will walk the shores of Thessolonica along with Beth Moore as we study 1 & 2 Thessolonians verse by verse. Children of the Day highlights the relationships shared by those who comprise the church. As you travel along in Scripture, you will gain assurance that your circumstances and conditions are not coincidental. God’s timing is impeccable! You are never without His light. . . you are exactly where Christ wants you to be.
Contact: Frances Penick firstname.lastname@example.org or #919-676-2757
*Child care available on Friday mornings. Workbook Cost: $17.
- 9:30 a.m. All Angels Chapel for ages 3-Kindergarten
- Grades 1-12 join parents for worship
- Grades 1-3 recess to Beckwith Chapel during the Gospel hymn
- 10:50 a.m. Sunday School for grades 4-12
Contact: Stella Attaway.
The Vestry is now seeking nominations for new members who will be elected at our Parish Annual Meeting on Sunday, Dec. 7. We have recently changed our nomination process, and you must seek permission from those you plan to nominate. Download the nomination form here, or submit names by email to email@example.com. All nominations are due by Oct. 9.