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25 South Street, P.O. Box 248, Litchfield, CT 06759

Phone: 860-567-9465

fax:860-567-4820

What to Expect

What to Expect

All are welcome at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church.

We are please to be gathering together again for worship.  Everyone is expected to wear a mask and practice social distancing during indoor and outdoor services and gatherings. Hand sanitizer is available when you enter the church for service. Ushers will direct you to a seat. We ask that at the end of the service you wait until you are outside to engage in conversation. Thank you.

If you are unable to join us physically, please join us from home. We make an effort to stream every service. Our most current service can be found here on Youtube.

You are invited to wear whatever you are comfortable in. Come in a dress or in shorts, we don’t have a dress code!

The 8am service is held in our beautiful chapel, to the left of the main altar(this service is currently being held in the sanctuary, allowing current safely protocols to be followed). This is an intimate service with no music.

St. Michael’s choir sings every Sunday from September through May at the 10am service, and is off during the summer months. During the summer many weeks our choir director offers a pick up choir. From the choir or from the pew, we would love for you to add your voice to our song! Currently the choir continues to gather outdoors, weather permitting.

Children are welcomed and encouraged to attend services. Currently books, coloring materials or building block are available for families to take to their seat in the pews. When we are able, we will return to having the children’s chapel on the south side of the sanctuary open for children to visit during the service to color, play and read.  

All are welcome at communion. If you prefer not to receive communion, but would like a blessing, please come to the altar rail with your arms crossed over your chest, and we will be happy to bless you. If you need communion brought to your pew, please inform an usher.

We look forward to the day we can ask you: Please join us for refreshments and fellowship at coffee hour after the service, in the Community House, the yellow building across the parking lot.