Welcome to St. Michael's
From our 2017 Annual Meeting - A Year in the Love of Christ and Community
St. Michael’s was built on the “holy hill” of southeast Lexington in 1955. Today we worship and serve in a thriving neighborhood that includes the Arboretum, Trader Joe’s, Bradford BBQ, and the venerable Lexington restaurant, Ramsey’s.
While location, location, location is important in real estate, we know people are always more important, especially when it comes to church. Our congregants range from founding members to Lexington newcomers; life-long Episcopalians and people new to Christianity; singles, married, and partnered; babies and active seniors. Together, we gather to worship, laugh, grieve, pray, celebrate, and serve both God and neighbor.
You'll find out a lot about us by exploring this website and even more by joining us on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.
We believe God accepts people of every race, culture, age, ability, gender, sexual orientation, educational level and economic status . . . and so must we.
I invite you, therefore, in the name of the Church, to the observance of a holy Lent.
Lent is a season of forty days plus Sundays in the the church where we give time to self-examination, prayer, repentance, fasting, and by reading and meditating on God's Holy Word. At St. Michael's, we offer several opportunities to add spiritual practices, prayer, study, and service during this season. From Lent in a Bag to Friday Stations of the Cross, click here to see our Lenten offerings.