A parish of the Anglican Church ( ACNA) Being Anglican, Saint Michael's joins many Anglican Churches around the globe that are Biblical and historic through the centuries. We refer to our faith tradition as The Anglican Communion ACNA, and we have for centuries used, as part of our worship service, The Book of Common Prayer and the Holy Bible. We subscribe to both as the rule of life, and take comfort in the Thirty-Nine Articles of Faith, written in The Book of Common Prayer, and we hold in high regard the Article concerning The Sacraments.
Saint Michael's believes the visible ‘signs’ of the sacraments (water, bread, wine) are elements through which God works his good will in us, as well as in the Sacrament of Baptism.
It is our experience, at Saint Michael's , that worshipping God begins the moment we enter the door to the sanctuary and continues until the dismissal at that same door. Our worship is a harmonious movement between people and God. In the ancient tradition of the Anglican Church, worship is a cohesive motion enhancing the mystery of the life, the death and the resurrection of our Lord and Savior-Jesus Christ.