The Acolytes assist the Priest during the Eucharist or at any other Liturgical service during the church year.

Altar Guild
The Altar Guild prepares the altar for celebration of the Eucharist. The Altar is center of the Church's life. The Altar Guild performs its major duties by cleaning and arranging the silver, brasses, candles, flowers, linens, bread, and wine for Holy Communion. Funding for the operation of the Altar Guild is realized through gifts, annual membership dues, and the sale of the Episcopal Church Calendars.

Brooks Society

The Brooks Society is the college ministry of St. Michael. Named after one of St. Michael's former rector, Fr. David Henry Books, the purpose of the Brooks Society is to provide opportunities for the college students to fellowship and share in spiritual development. 

The choir provides music during the church services by leading the congregational hymns and singing choral parts of the liturgy. The choir enriches the worship services by presenting special musical programs during the year such as sacred choral masterpieces during Easter and Advent. See Music Program for more information.

Church School
The Church School provide spiritual nourishment for the youth. The Church School focuses on the Christian education of our children through study, art, drama, and camp. There are three groups (Elementary, Intermediate, Junior/High School) of students in the Church School. Volunteers are needed to teach classes and support the Church School activities.

Episcopal Church Women
All women of St. Michael are members of Episcopal Church Women (ECW), an organization that empowers women to do Christ's ministry in the world. The ECW promotes outreach, mission and ministry at St. Michael and within the community through worship, study, fellowship and service, in thanksgiving for God’s blessings.

Episcopal Youth Church
The EYC is a program for the junior High and High School Youth of the Episcopal Church. The youth are provided opportunities to attend Happenings at Camp Weed and other activities with the youth in the Diocese. The youth participate in outreach activities in the church and community.

Men Of St. Michael
The "Men of St. Michael" is responsible for developing fellowship among the men in the church. As Christian men are mandated by God, they must take the lead in making things happen for God and to the glory of God. This group hosts a number of events during the year such as Mother's Day for women and Shrove Tuesday.

Ushers and Greeters
The members are assigned to serve during worship services and other events. The activities of the usher include assisting worshippers during services and participating in the offertory. The Greeters welcome worshippers and pass out programs at the beginning of service.

Lectors are responsible for the reading of the Lesson and the Epistle. The secretary informs the lectors of their assigned dates.Lectors are trained to read scripture. Some of our Lectors are trained Worship Leaders who may lead the daily offices in the absebce of the Rector.

Prayers of the People
The person is responsible for the reading of the "Prayers of the People" during service. The secretary informs the person of their assigned dates. Volunteers are needed.

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