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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


2140 Mission Avenue Carmichael, CA 95608



Mercy & Social Justice

Upcoming Events and Opportunities


If you are interested in helping on the yard sale, please contact Marcie Larkey 916-488-6960 or Gail McMichael 916-359-3506



On Saturday May 5th sixty one St Michael’s volunteers and their friends, ages 4 to 90+ years, joined together to participate in our STOP Hunger Now event, which was held in Johnstone Hall and will be funded by the 2018 Indoor Yard Sale. The 10,000 meals we packed will go to school children in Southeast Asia.  Well-nourished students are better able to study, learn and thrive. Here at St Michael’s we reach out and share God’s love with our neighbors- both nearby and far away. Thanks to all who participated and helped to make a difference in our world!  




St. Michael's has a group of volunteers who volunteer at Loaves and Fishes the third Wednesday of the month.  Loaves & Fishes is located at 1321 North C Street, Sacramento.  Why people do it?

I get a great sense of satisfaction helping to prepare the noon day meal for the men and women at Loaves and Fishes.  Knowing that this meal may be the only meal that day for these 800 plus homeless people spurs me on to work harder.   There is also a sense of sharing with members of St Michaels.   Working with John Jervis to perfect the creation of French fried potatoes is fun.  

If you are interested in joining in this ministry, please contact Jim Dodds directly.


The Mercy and Social Justice committee of St. Michael's meets the first Monday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Conference Room.  This committee is open to new members any time.  


 St. Matthew's Community Resource Center is currently in a process of visioning and reorganization which includes updating and repairing of the physical plant. St Michael's is taking an active part in helping with the reorganization. These changes are being made with the intention of being able to serve people in need in the most effective ways.   

This powerpoint presentation given at The Diocese of Northern California's 2016 convention says it all! 


We collect used batteries, printer cartridges, old cell phones, eyeglasses, box tops for education, and plastic lids for Starr King K-8 school, which redeems the items  for school supplies.  We also collect toiletry items year-round for our annual gift bags for the people of the  St Matthew's community.  


We collect backpacks and financial support during the summer for our local public school, Starr King.  


St. Michael's has a dedicated team that regularly volunteers at Loaves & Fishes, St Matthew's Community Dinners and River City Food Bank.   A food barrel is located at the church to collect canned and boxed foods that are delivered weekly to River City Food Bank by congregation members.  We collect food cards and donations for food cards that are given to those in need during the Thanksgiving and Easter holidays.  

EVERY 4th Sunday of the Month, St. Michael’s passes the soup pot around to collect necessary funds to add financial support to Loaves & Fishes, St Matthew's Community Dinners and River City Food Bank.


We had a wonderful night on March 26, 2018 at St. Mark's United Methodist Church, Sacramento cooking, serving and hosting tables where the homeless in Sacramento were our guests.  It was a great evening of getting to know one another as we served and shared a meal.  Please look for future opportunities to serve in this ministry!


The Crab Feed was a HUGE success!  Thank you Marcie Larkey and your whole crew!  Harriette and Jack Carr, Pat and Jim Cole, Linda Comeau and Dan, Dave Decker, Dancy and Dave Dobrenick, Mary Ellen Ferguson, Catherine Fobes, Sarah Foley, Hugh and Kay Griffin, Kathy Hanson, Virginia Henry, Gail and Bob McMichael, Todd and Tammy Murray, Pat Oliver, Clare Payne, Suzanne Phinney, Elizabeth and David Ridinger, Lynn and Herb Rodebaugh, Tricia Simms, Bonnie Jones, Marlo Tinney, Jim and Laura Wiley, Michael Walker, and Allison Flower.  Thank you also to Troop 802 for all your help.  

We served over 240 people delicious crab and tri-tip and auctioned (both silent and live) terrific items that the winners will enjoy greatly.  Thank you to all who donated items.  Thank you to the team who secured local business items.  We are excited to introduce many St. Michael’s friends to local businesses and their services.  We do not yet have the final numbers … stay tuned and we will report them as soon as they are confirmed.  

St Michael's - Helping to Build Hope, Homes and Unity

Volunteers enjoying the delicious on site lunch provided by St. Michael's lunch crew.
This past Saturday, a St. Michael's  team of enthusiastic builders and lunch hosts  joined with people from other faith communities to volunteer at the Habitat for Humanity Build for Unity project. Habitat Greater Sacramento - Get involved - Build for Unity .
Thank you to each of our volunteers for your dedication and for representing St Michael's in this important interfaith project!  Then, this week I received a periodic newsletter from Leah Miller, who is the Director of Development for Habitat for Humanity and in it was a story that I want to  share with you all...
A little inspiration - YOU and your faith communities are making an incredible impact through Build for Unity. This past week I received a touching call from a woman in our local Muslim community who has lived here in Sacramento for 30+ years. She reached out to me in response to learning what we are doing through Build for Unity and to say "thank you". Through tears of gratitude, she explained to me that right now there are many Muslims who are feeling scared, uncertain and worried about what each day will bring. Upon learning about Build for Unity however, she was deeply moved to know that so many people in our community have come together through Build for Unity to stand-by-side with our Muslim neighbors and friends and as such, she doesn't feel quite so alone anymore.  Following our call, she sent me an email that I wanted to share with you to help illustrate how you and the support of your faith community is helping to build hope, homes and unity!
"Hello dear Ms. Miller, It was so nice talking to you today. We appreciate and admire what you and many people are doing through Habitat for others and how you each feel about people regardless of their faith, color and nationality. Specially now we are all going through a hardship, we need to unite and get to know and support each other as human beings. People like all of you are gift from God. My praying is answered, I feel relieved and normal by talking to you. We are with you and will support you for all the projects you started or going to start. We love to meet you soon. May God bless you and reward you for all you are doing. With love and regards."
I love being a part of a church that is helping to make a difference in the world.  Thank you!  
 In faith,  Deacon Cindy

Habitat for Humanity Greater Sacramento ( has  a new project called Build for Unity.  This brings together members of different faiths to sponsor two homes. In a show of solidarity, the vision is that the Muslim community will commit to funding a home for a non-Muslim family; simultaneously, the non- Muslim faith community will commit to funding a home for a Muslim family. 

This is an important statement about the culture of Sacramento. Not only will diverse faith groups come together to sponsor these homes, but the homes themselves will be built next door to each other, a symbol of the acceptance and friendship within our community. Habitat for Humanity Greater Sacramento has a long tradition of spearheading interfaith builds, and Build for Unity is a timely example of this work given the current national dialogue isolating specific faiths and groups of people. 

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