St. Michael's Episcopal Church

                "Feeding Souls - One Meal at a Time"

Activities

Youth Activities at St. Michael's Youth actitivities have increased as the number of youth at St. Michael's has also increased. Whether it is a lock-in with pizza and a movie, or a service project like a food drive for the Box Elder Food Pantry, or just having fund at the Historic Farm Autumn Days St. Michael's youth are ever present. The youth are also an integral part of our services. They serve as readers, acolytes, and servers throughout the year.

     Activities play an important part in the life of St. Michael's. These activities involve both the community at large as well as special events just for the people of St. Michael's. Some of our community activities include assisting with the Box Elder Community Food Pantry, the New Hope Crisis Center, St. Mark's Terrace (senior housing) visits and sing-alongs, the Acts VI Soup Kitchen, and the annual community Chicken Dinner which supports Episcopal Relief and Development.

        St. Michael's is also known for its celebrations within the church. There is an annual Twelfth Night Party, Fat Tuesday Pancake Supper, Easter Egg hunts, backyard barbeques and our yoked services and dinners with our sister parish St. Peter's in Clearfield. To view some of the activities go to the drop-down menu under activities.

Above - Parishioner's of all ages enjoying the Twelfth Night Party

Left - Yoked dinner enjoyed by the people of St. Michael's and St. Peter's.