Liturgy of the Palms, Passion and Gospel Reading, Eucharist
April 2, 7pm
Washing of Feet, Eucharist, Stripping of the Altar
Good Friday, April 3, Noon
Liturgy for Good Friday
Holy Communion from Reserved Sacrament
Holy Saturday, April 4, 9am
Silent service in preparation for Easter
Easter Vigil, April 4, 8pm
Service of Light and the Lighting of the Paschal Candle, Renewal of Baptismal Vows, Festival Eucharist
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The Sunday of the Resurrection, Easter Day
April 5, 8am and 10am
St. Michael’s Church was organized in 1718 by laypersons in the town of Bristol and continued its early growth with the help of clergy sent by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, a missionary society in London.We are one of the 4 original colonial Anglican parishes in RI, which were also the incorporators of The Diocese of RI in 1790.St. Michael’s has occupied the corner of Hope & Church Streets since 1720, and we now worship in the fourth building on this site that was completed in1861. Since its start, St. Michael’s has had 16 rectors.The history of this parish is the story of the lives of its people united in faith & prayer.
Mission St. Michael's Church's mission is to embody the Good News of Jesus Christ through our worship, education, outreach and pastoral care, and in his name to serve, to heal, to reconcile and to liberate.
St. Michael's invites you to explore our Web Site, share a worship service with us and learn more about our programs and parish family.
For more information, dates and times for St. Michael's programs, please visit our monthly Calendar.
St. Michael's Episcopal Church PO Box 414, 399 Hope Street, Bristol, RI Phone: 401-253-7717 Fax: 401-253-7785 Email: email@example.com