new group is intended to bring together young(ish) adults (approximately 21-49
years of age) who are interested in fellowship activities such as board game
nights, Bible study, and community outreach. Activities are currently scheduled
on a month-to-month basis. We are always interested in new members and new ideas
This group meets Sundays at 10:05 AM in the Chapter Room. The lectionary is designed to develop themes important to understanding the ministry of Jesus, and the scripture's relationship to other aspects of Christian faith.
This group of women meet each Friday in the EfM Room. They read and discuss the Gospel reading from the Lectionary for the following Sunday, share concerns and pray for those concerns.
All men are invited to a Bible study and discussion each Saturday at
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM in the Chapter room. The readings are from each
week's Sunday Lectionary texts.
Mother Laurie hosts short-term guided studies and discussions on a variety of faith issues. The Forum meets at 10:05 AM most Sundays in the Rector's Office.
is a fellowship and support group for parents dealing with challenges involving their adult children. PEACE meets in the Chapter Room one Sunday a month at 12:30 PM for a potluck sandwich/salad lunch, discussion and prayer.
Please check the Calendar
for specific weekends.
Education for Ministry (EfM) is a structured, four-year course offered through the St. Luke School of Theology, The University of the South at Sewanee, Tennessee
, for those who wish to participate in an in-depth theological education course with a certified mentor. Course content includes the Old Testament, New Testament, Christian Passages and Theological Choices. While the academic material is substantial, the focus is on seeing one’s life as ministry and reflecting on that ministry. Programs begin each fall.
This group meets each Sunday evening at 7:00 PM in the EfM Room to discuss books on various topics,
selecting about one book per season. For its next set of readings, the
group has selected The Greatest Prayer: Rediscovering the Revolutionary Message of the Lord’s Prayer
by John Dominic Crossan. We began discussion of this book on
January 15, 2012. All are welcome. If you
have questions please call Clint Collins, (859) 269-5246.
At St. Michael’s, Christ's nourishing gifts of love and hospitality are given, received, and extended to all. Everyone is encouraged to fully participate in this community. Some parishioners who are or who support GLBT
persons participate in the Diocese Integrity Chapter
of Integrity USA
, a ministry of the Episcopal Church USA
Daughters of the King
is an Episcopal order for women dedicated to a discipline of prayer supporting the clergy and evangelism. DOK is dedicated to spreading Christ’s Kingdom and strengthening the spiritual life. The chapter meets one Sunday a month over a bag lunch to share prayer requests and concerns.
The Daughters meet regularly from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM on the Fourth Sunday of each month in the Chapter Room. Check the Calendar for details or exceptions. The meetings are open to all women.