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Our children are precious to us at St. Michael's!

Although infants and toddlers (infants to 3 years old) are more than welcome in church, we offer a loving and safe nursery at St. Michael’s available during the 10:30 am Worship Service. For more information concerning the Nursery, please contact Kristi Renshaw.


Children’s Sunday school is offered during the 10:30 am Worship Service. Children 4yrs and up join the procession as it makes its way down the center aisle. The children together with the St. Michael’s Youth Ministers proceed to the classroom. The children return to church during the passing of The Peace and are reunited with their families and friends. For more information concerning the Children’s Sunday school, please contact Patti Christmas.
  

"We thank you ... for assuring us in these holy mysteries that we are living members of the Body of your Son, and heirs of your eternal kingdom" (Book of Common Prayer, p. 366).


The tradition of St. Michael's Episcopal Church is to welcome all to receive Holy Communion – no matter what age! In the words from the Celtic service, this is the table, not of the church, but of the Lord. It is made ready for those who love him and for those who want to love him more. So come you who have much faith and you who have little, you who have been here often and you who have not been here long, you who have tried to follow and you who have failed. Come, because it is the Lord who invites you. It is his will that those who want him should meet him here. The Holy Eucharist can be found on pp. 316-399 of the Book of Common Prayer. Parents should be responsible for determining how and when their child receives Holy Communion when offered. Everyone may receive the bread in their hands, eat the wafer, and then sip the wine from the chalice when it’s offered; or may receive the bread in their hands and then dip the wafer (“intinction”) into the wine (taking care not to dip their fingers in the wine); or may receive “in one kind” taking only the bread in their hands and then crossing their arms over their chest when the chalice passes indicating they are not receiving the wine; or may cross their arms in front of their chests to receive a blessing. We invite all to join us at the altar during communion time – even if not receiving the bread or wine. Patti Christmas is always happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your child and communion.

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