St. Michael's is called to live and proclaim the transforming love of GOD

Church Tours

Saturdays from 10 am - 1pm

St. Michael's is called to live and proclaim the transforming love of GOD

Sunday Worship

8am and 10am

St. Michael's is called to live and proclaim the transforming love of GOD

Tuesday Morning Prayer

in the choir loft @ 9am

St. Michael's is called to live and proclaim the transforming love of GOD

Thursday Morning Prayer

in the choir loft at 9am

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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.

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St. Michael’s is called to live and proclaim the transforming love of God

ROTAs for the church are on the Calendar page beneath the Calendar.

How to Find and Contact St. Michael’s

Address: 25 South Street, Litchfield, CT 06759
Phone: 860-567-9465
Fax: 860-567-4820

Office email: office@stmichaels-litchfield.org
Reverend Bevan Stanley, Rector: rector@stmichaels-litchfield.org
Reverend Amy Reichman, Deacon: deacon@stmichaels-litchfield.org

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SERVICES SCHEDULE

SUNDAY 8AM: Holy Eucharist Rite I

SUNDAY 10AM: Holy Eucharist Rite II

WEDNESDAY 9AM: Holy Eucharist in the Library

OFFICE HOURS: MON – FRI : 9:30AM- 2:30PM

The Food Pantry at St. Michael’s

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.

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Communion 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 alter and cross your arms over your chest, and …
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