Deaconess; APA

 Deaconess in Anglican Province of America Deaconess The woman who seeks to be a Deaconess, is specifically and rigorously trained for a life-long commitment to service in the church.  While she remains in a lay ministry, she seeks a much deeper commitment than the normal parishioner. There are many women called to service in the

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Constitution and Canons

The laws that govern the administration within the Province. As well, the Cannons list procedures in the APA for becoming ordained Click here

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The XXXIX Articles of Religion and Catholicity

Views from an essay by Father Victor E. Novak There is a great deal of debate among self-professed orthodox Anglicans today regarding the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, as to whether they are Catholic or Calvinist… This was posted by our Bishop Chad Jones in 2012 and is an interesting read. philorthodox  

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Millennial’s Long for Liturgy

Is the High Church the Christianity of the future? By:  Gracy Olmstead is associate editor of The American Conservative. St. Michael the Archangel is experiencing strong growth among young couples and young families.  Difficult and confusing times bring questions and clarity.  Is this article on to something?

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Written Instructional Eucharist

Written information explaining the Holy Eucharist We provide an Instructional Eucharist on the First Sunday after Lent.  We do this to remind those Confirmed, and educate those desiring Confirmation and people who desire to know “what is going on, and what it means” during the service.  This is a feeble attempt to discuss the mysteries

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Amore’ Sunday 2021

2021 continue’s the good times at St. Michael the Archangel.  After a great sermon on our readings of the day and the feeding of the multitudes with the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, our fellowship that followed was not only great Italian Food but also a performance celebrating Valentine Day (or as

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Sermon Epiphany III Jan 24th 2021

  The Third Sunday after the Epiphany Today, Epiphany III, ends our short Epiphany season this year. Two weeks ago we heard the story of Jesus, as a young man, being in the midst of the elders at the Temple, listening and asking questions, and they were amazed at his knowledge. Last week, we heard

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