Welcome to St. Michael's Episcopal Church
St. Michael's is a congregation of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah and the Episcopal Church of the United States. We are part of the Anglican Communion-a diverse, world-wide fellowship of about 80 million Christians. Wherever you find yourself in your faith journey, we are here to serve as a spiritual resource. If you wish to visit or are looking for a new home in faith, St. Michael's is here to serve you.
Take the Journey with Jesus this Week
Holy Week Schedule
Holy Week Begins with Palm Sunday
April 9th - Sunday
Palm Sunday - Processio of the Palms at the Holy Eucharist - 11:30 am
April 12th Wednesday
Stations of the Cross
12:00 pm at St. Michael's
April 12th - Wednesday
No Office Hours or Bible Study.
April 13th - Thursday Maundy Thursday Service at 5:00 pm St. Michael's
April 14th - Friday
Good Friday Service Noon Friday St. Michael's.
April 15th - Saturday
The Great Easter Vigil 8:30 pm at St. Peter's Clearfield.
April 16th - Sunday Easter Sunday Service with Holy Eucharist 11:30 am.
April 16th - Sunday Annual Easter Egg Hunt for all children following the 11:30 Eucharist service.
Holy Week begins this week with the annual Procession of the Palms preceeding the 11:30 Eucharistic Service. The Procession is a reminder of Christ's triump arrival into Jerusalem. The service starts in a joyous tone but ends with the reading of the passion, which sets the tone leading up to the Crucifixion on Good Friday.
To commemorate the suffering of Jesus, St.
Presiding Bishop and Ordinations
Highlight Diocesan Convention.
The chapel at St. Michael'ls Episcopal Church, Brigham City during Palm Sunday.
Michael's will once again conduct the stations of the Cross. This will be led by the Rev. Deanna Sue Adams, retired Deacon of St. Michael's. This is held at noon on Wednesday the 12th and is designed to contemplate the suffering of Jesus as he took the steps to Calvary.
Thursday will be the Maundy Thursday Service starting at 5:00 pm. Following the Eucharist, commemorating
The Rt. Rev. Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, was the keynote speaker and celebrant for this year's Diocesan Convention, held March 31 - April 1. The Presiding Bishop helped to start the Dioceses 150th celebration with a conversation with the clergy and their spouses Friday morning.
Bishop Curry addressed the Convention delegates later that afternoon, emphasizing the Jesus Movement and how members of the Diocese can continue to be involved in the movement.
The Banquest Friday night was highlighted by the Presding Bishop;s address to a strong contingent of Inter-Faith members present.
Saturday morning saw the ordination of two new Deacon's to the Diocese. The Rev. Patti Sanchez, from our sister parish of St. Peter's in Clearfield, was one of the newly ordained. The Rev. Sanchez will remain at St. Peter's to serve as their Deacon.
the Last Supper, the altar and sanctuary are stripped with everything removed until the Easter Celebration. Our sister parish, St. Peter's in Clearfield, will be conducting "The Watch from 8:00 pm until noon on Friday.
The Good Friday service will be at noon on Friday April 14th. Here the Passion according to John, is again read along with contemplative prayers are offered.
This year the Great Easter Vigil will be held at St. Peter's Clearfield. The service will begin at 8:30 pm with the lighting of the Pashal Candle. The Easter celebration continues at St. Michael's Sunday morning April 16th with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.