Weekly News

Weekly News This Week 07-02-2020 (July 2-9)
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Beans and Rice

FREE Beans and Rice is held the THIRD Saturday of each month in the Parish Hall of St. Michael’s. We serve the community from 10:00 am-12:00 pm (while supplies last)  We give away free beans, rice, canned goods, and baked goods as available.
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Camp McDowell

What a treasure Camp McDowell is to each of us in the Diocese of Alabama.  Opportunities abound there for life-changing growth through fellowship, learning, meditation and reflection. Check the website (www.campmcdowell.com) for details.   Youth camp scholarships available for those in need.  Please let the office know if you know of someone who needs, or
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Office Hours

Monday–Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Closed on Fridays    
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United Way

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Community Support

On Wednesday, July 18, 2017,  the church family of St. Michaels was privileged and honored to share lunch with the men and women of the Anniston Police Department. We presented a poster signed by the St. Michaels family to the officers as a token of our appreciation and support of the job they do every
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Vestry

Copies of the Vestry Meeting Minutes are available upon request in the church office.
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Beans & Rice

The 3rd Saturday of each month, St. Michaels hosts a food distribution known as Beans & Rice.  Anyone in need of food assistance can come to the church from 10am – 12pm that day to receive food items.  If you would like to volunteer to assist with preparations for Beans & Rice, you are invited
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BBQ & Bluegrass

Thank you to everyone that came out for BBQ & Bluegrass! Check out our Facebook page for more pictures.
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Van Ministry

If you would like us to pick you up for Sunday service, please call the church office at 256-237-4011 Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.
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Christian Education Classes

Needing Direction? Sunday morning classes for ALL ages will resume on September 6th at 9 am.  
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Meditation Walks

The Daughters of the King are developing three Meditation Walks that will cover seven stations on the church grounds. The first walk is a brief collection of thoughts, prayers, poems, and reflections from the members of the DOK. Each station has an area for sitting, and people are encouraged to take time to read, reflect,
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