Drop off new or gently used coats by Tuesday 11/16/21 in the litchgate at St. Michael’s and we’ll get them to Torrington.
Next Pantry Day is Saturday, 11/20/21
10:30 am – 11:30 am
Join us in-person or online for Sunday Worship
8 am Rite I, no music
10 am rite II, music and online
5 pm, Shorter alternative service, no Eucharists
Welcome to St. Michael’s Litchfield!
the transforming love of God
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 8 am: Rite I Holy Eucharist, no music
Sun 10 am: Rite II Holy Eucharist with music and on YouTube
Sun 5 pm: A shorter service exploring Christian traditions, no Eucharist.
Mon, Tues & Thurs 9 am: Morning Prayer on Zoom
Wed 8 am: Bible Study In-person and on Zoom
Wed 9 am: Holy Eucharist following Bible Study
Office Hours: Tues & Fri : 9:30am- 2:30pm
For Zoom login information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Specify Zoom Request in the subject heading.
Bulletins and other information about online gatherings can be found HERE.
The Food Pantry at St. Michael’s is offering curbside pick up the third Saturday of the month from 10:30 am – 11:30 am. Prepackaged bags of grocery staples will be distributed. There is also an “always open” shelf in the Community House. All are welcome.
Food donations to the Food Pantry at St. Michael’s are 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 for both the “always open” shelf and for the monthly offering. Thank you for your continued support.
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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.