The Rt. Rev. Kirk S. Smith, Bishop of The Episcopal Diocese of Arizona, released the following statement:

I join with our Presiding Bishop, my fellow bishops and clergy, and Arizona elected representatives in condemning the acts of domestic terrorism we witnessed yesterday in Charlottesville, VA. Members of "alt-right" groups, Klan Members, and Neo-Nazis are not patriots and they are not Christian. They are evil and we in the church must be unequivocal in condemning both their ideology and their actions. I would ask that you continue to pray for those killed or injured and that you demand that our political leadership might courageously and completely reject such behavior as anti-American. Please also include in your prayers religious leaders that we allow no place in our communities for the sin of racism.

 

Welcome to

Saint Michael's Episcopal Church

Online

800 West Vah Ki Inn Road

Coolidge, Arizona  85128 

  

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Weekly Worship

 

10:00 a.m. every Sunday

with Holy Eucharist

 

Adult Bible Study

9:00 a.m. 

 

Godly Play for children ages 5 to 9

9:30 a.m.  (September to May)

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Whether you are finding us here for the first time or returning for more information, we hope you will find what you seek.

The Christian Church is not a building. We are a community of people who believe that Jesus was the presence of God on earth, and that God continues to dwell among us as the Holy Spirit.

You will find St. Michael's Church at its building on Sunday mornings. At other times you will find it all over the place -- from San Tan Valley to Coolidge to Florence -- wherever we scatter to in our daily lives. 

It's about the journey.

What are the BIG QUESTIONS in your life? We value diversity, doubt, and questions. You'd be welcome to join your questions with ours as we all seek meaning.

If you are familiar with the Episcopal Church you will find us familiar. If not, you will see that we value liturgical worship in the tradition of the early church which formed after Jesus died and was raised. You may want to go to our page for the Inquiring and Curious. 

You might also find this page helpful:  "What to Expect When You Visit," on the website of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia.