During this time when all in person gathering are suspended,
we continue to worship together, pray together and to care for one another.
Our weekly schedule has been modified to now include
services on Facebook and meetings on Zoom.
If you have a need, please contact us.
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
Sun 10am: Holy Eucharist on Facebook
Mon-Thurs 9am: Morning Prayer on Zoom
Wed 8am: Bible Study on Zoom
Office Hours: Tues & Fri : 9:30am- 2:30pm
For Zoom login information please email: email@example.com
Specify Zoom Request in the subject heading.
Bulletins and other information about online gatherings can be found HERE.
Check here for Sunday bulletin and opportunities to gather online.
Our community, like many others, are ringing bells at 8:00pm each night. It is done as a sign of hope and to let each other know that we are not alone. At St.Michael’s a group of 6 volunteer families are taking turns each night ringing the bell. The bell sits on on a 3’ […]
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 […]
The Pantry at St. Michael’s has suspended its Saturday morning distribution during the pandemic. We have joined forces with the town of Litchfield and CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) to feed families and individuals in need in a way that limits social contact. The contents of our cupboards have been donated to the town in support of these efforts, and we are asking our volunteers to offer their free time to the town’s distribution efforts if they are able. Anyone interested in volunteering for the town can contact Ann Combs, First Selectman’s office at 860-567-7550 for details and instruction on further requirements. We continue to search for ways to ensure that all who need food can be supplied.
Food donations to the Pantry at St. Michael’s are still welcome and may be left in the back of the church or in the front entrance hall of the church community house. They will be used as needed. It is our goal and our expectation to open again in the months to come. We will keep you updated. Thank you for your continued support.
Neighbors Feeding Neighbors
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.