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What to Expect

We gather to pray and play, study and sing, worship and wonder, all for the purpose to build God's kingdom,  grow in love, and deepen our relationship with Jesus.

Meet Reverend Mary

Sunday Schedule

8:00am Holy Eucharist Rite II (spoken)

10:00am Holy Eucharist Rite II (with Choir)

5:00pm Themed music, scripture reading, votive candle lighting, prayers & communion

Directions

2140 Mission Avenue Carmichael, CA 95608

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Charitable Giving

RELIEF AND RECOVERY FOR HURRICANE HARVEY

EPISCOPAL RELIEF AND DEVELOPMENT

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FUNDRAISING THROUGH RELATIONSHIPS

2017 GRANT PROCESS

The Mercy and Social Justice Ministry continues “to represent God’s love and compas- sion through acts of mercy and justice.” In 2016 the committee focused on providing financial support, in-kind donations, service, and forming partnerships in the greater community to love and aid neighbors and strangers in need. In 2017, St. Michael’s Episcopal Church will continue this tradition with proceeds from our fundraising efforts going to community outreach.

The outstanding generosity of St. Michael’s Parishioners and Friends in the Community in support of the 2017 Crabfeed has provided over $20,000 for the Mercy and Social Justice Ministry’s community outreach efforts. The Ministry has developed a proportional allocation plan for distributing funds in 2017 as follows:

  • 30-40% Sustaining Relationships (e.g., Star King K-8 school; After-school Youth Connections at St. Michael’s; St Matthew’s; food and support to neighboring churches hosting winter shelter for the homeless; etc.)
  • (2)20-25% International/National Aid (e.g., Rise Against Hunger- formerly Stop Hunger Now food relief; Episcopal Relief and Development; disaster aid; etc.)
  • (3)30-35% *Parishioner guided grants to programs or organizations with active parishioner participation, sharing love and support for people in need
  • (4) 0-20%   Contingency fund to respond to emerging needs in 2017

 

2017 GRANT RECIPIENTS

Brain Injury Association of California-Sponsor Annual Walk $1000  

Parkinson Association-  Gold Sponsor Annual Walk $1000 

Friends of the Library-  Book First Program $1050 

Kiwanis House- Guestroom Blackout Curtains  $1200 

International Rescue Committee- Women's Empowerment Program $1200 

St Matthew’s Center- Campus Safety Improvements- new gate. $3750 

River City Food Bank- Senior Breakfast Program $2250 

Loaves and Fishes- Funding for Daily Meals served to people who are homeless.$1125   

Thanks to all who attended our October 8, 2017 OUTREACH SUNDAY

2016 GRANT RECIPIENTS 

Loaves and Fishes – Meal Service for Homeless-  $4,000

Society for the Blind- Independent Kitchen and Nutrition Skills - $2,000
TLCS (Transforming lives, Cultivating Success)- Food delivery to people in SRO’s- $3,000
Parkinson Association of Northern California- Respite Care for Caregivers- $2,700
The Center at St Matthew’s Episcopal Church- Bishop Appeal, Building Fund- $5,000
Kiwanis Family House- sponsor 40 room nights- $2,000

Additional donations were made to:

Episcopal Relief and Development- Haiti Flood Relief- $2,000

 Build for Unity- Habitat for Humanity- $1,000 

*All grants were approved by MSJ and the Vestry 

St. Michael’s INDOOR YARD SALE 
We regret that we will be unable to have a yard sale this summer, 2017.  Please consider saving your items for next year!
2016 ST. MICHAEL'S INDOOR YARD SALE

A big thanks to Marcie Larkey, Gail McMichael, and Lynn Rodebaugh for leading a remarkable group of over 65 volunteers in this great ministry of St. Michael's!  We raised over $5,000!  Marcie, Gail, and Lynn create an atmosphere of fun and friendship wherever they go, and it is especially evident in the success of this event.  The items that remained helped to support The Thrift Shop at Trinity Episcopal Church, Folsom, The Cancer Discovery Thrift Shop, Friends of the Library, TLCS, St. John's Women's and Children's Shelter and the Disabled American Veterans.   

 

 

 

 

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