Welcome to St. Michael’s Litchfield!
Grace and peace to you. Welcome to the St. Michael’s website and its windows into our parish life. We hope you’ll find what you seek and that after a virtual tour you’ll join us for the real thing. We look forward to your presence among us as we worship and serve God and practice the art of Christian living in fullness of life with thanksgiving.
Weekly at St. Michael’s
Sat 4:45pm: Celtic Prayer Service
Sun 8am: Holy Eucharist Rite I
Sun 10am: Holy Eucharist Rite II
Mon, Tues, Thurs 9am: Morning Prayer
Tues 11am: Centering Prayer
Wed 8am: Bible Study (9am first Wed.)
Wed 9am Holy Eucharist (10am first Wed.)
Office Hours: Mon – Fri : 9:30am- 2:30pm
Lenten Study Series The Reverend Dr. Peter D. Quinn will present the Gospel of John on the Monday evenings of Lent from 7 p.m.-8 p.m. beginning on March 2nd in the Library. Come to all or some or only one as you are able.
Forty Days Forty Items Wednesday, February 26th is the first day of Lent. Here’s a challenge for you! Each day in Lent, remove one item from your Pantry shelves that you are willing to donate to the Food Pantry at St. Michael’s. Put them into a grocery bag and on April 5th bring your bag to church […]
Lenten Soup & Talk SeriesTIME 6 PM(in case of weather — no school, no talk) March 3 St. Anthony of Padua – Grief but not Despair (John 16:20)March 10 St. Michael’s – Matthew 5:44 “Love and Prayer” March 17 St. Paul’s (Bantam) – Love Conquers All (John 17:24)March 24 United Methodist Church – Listening to Our Heart and to Jesus (Matthew […]
There children will find a welcoming environment to read, write and or share prayers, as well as decorate and add weekly prayers to a personal prayer journal they will find waiting for them to create.
February 26, Ash Wednesday Services: 9 a.m. Holy Eucharist7 p.m. Holy Eucharist with Music
Open every 3rd Saturday of the month in the St. Michael’s Community House.
Doors open at 9:30 for coffee/tea and companionship.
Food distribution is from 10:30-12:30. The door at the west end is handicap accessible.
at St. Michael’s
Anyone baptized in any Christian tradition is welcome and encouraged to receive communion. If for any reason you do not want to receive communion, please come up to the altar and cross your arms over your chest, and we will know to say a blessing over you. We want everyone to feel fully part of God’s family.