St. Michael and All Angels Anglican Catholic Church
Holy Eucharist: Celebrated Sundays 10:30 a.m., Wednesdays Noon, Holy Days (see Calendar)
St. Michael and All Angels Anglican Catholic Church is a traditional and orthodox Anglican parish, loyal to the historic Anglican Common Prayer and historic Catholic Faith tradition as our standards for doctrine and worship.
Our ministry is to maintain a positive witness to the unchanging Gospel of Our Lord and Savior JESUS CHRIST, the eternal Son of God, made Man by the Holy Ghost and born of the Blessed Virgin Mary; who offered Himself on the Cross, once for all, as the only sacrifice and satisfaction for our sin; who was raised bodily from the dead for our justification; whose coming in glory we joyfully await. In the Sacrament of the Altar (variously called the Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, Holy Eucharist, or Mass), He feeds us with His glorious Body and Blood, really present in the consecrated bread and wine. Thus He unites us with Himself and makes us to be His mystical Body. In the name of Christ, we bear witness to this Biblical and Catholic faith in its fullness and integrity. We are a parish in the Diocese of the South, Anglican Catholic Church.