Worship at St. Michael and All Angels' is Eucharist-centered. On Sundays Rite I Eucharist is celebrated at 8:00am. At 10:30am, Rite II Eucharist is celebrated with full liturgical music and hymns. On the first Sunday of the month, a contemplative prayer service called Taizé is held in the church at 7pm.
On Wednesdays, Morning Prayer is held at 8:00am in Sturtevant Hall, followed by the Men's Breakfast. On Wednesday evenings at 5:30pm, Holy Eucharist and Healing is held in the Whitehead Chapel.
On the appropriate dates, the Winter and Summer Solstices and Fall and Spring Equinoxes are observed in the Outdoor Chapel of Refuge and Grace.
During the season of Lent, Stations of the Cross are observed on Friday afternoons at 5:30pm in the church.
Other festival days and seasonal services are held, including The Feast of the Epiphany and the Fourth of July.
Christian formation opportunities are offered for all ages. Godly Play is offered each Sunday during the Sunday School hour for children ages 3 to grade 8. Youth Sunday School is topical and is often combined with Adult Sunday School. The adult class meets weekly, year-round, following breakfast in Sturtevant Hall and is led mostly by the clergy. A lay-led Bible Study meets each Tuesday evening at 7pm. Other short-term sessions include:
Forms of Contemplative Prayer, Spiritual Autobiography, and Interfaith Dialogues.
St. Michael's is very concerned for the hungry in our community. We offer food vouchers to those who visit our church and are in need, in partnership with the local Piggly Wiggly. Weekly, a dedicated team picks up frozen food from two area restaurants (Olive Garden and Pizza Hut) and delivers it to organizations such as Oliver Gospel Mission and Transitions. We provide lunch the first Monday of each month for a select group at Oliver Gospel Mission. As an ongoing ministry, we collect non-perishables for Harvest Hope Food Bank, and groups from our church regularly visit and volunteer there.
The "Green Team" is centered spiritually around our Outdoor Chapel of Refuge and Grace. We are expanding what we recycle internally, and are exploring composting on-site for use on our grounds. We seek to minimize use of disposable items such as plates, napkins, and cups. We are a part of the Midlands Green Congregations coalition which sponsors many "green" events throughout the year.