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Weekday Morning Prayer

June 17 @ 7:45 am - 8:30 am
Live on Zoom

Noonday Prayer

June 17 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
Live on Zoom

Welcome to St. Michael’s

Worshiping and Serving since 1807
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church is an inclusive and diverse parish located at the corner of 99th Street and Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan. Our vibrant parish life takes place in person and online.

Quick Access

Third Sunday after Pentecost
Watch our most recent 10 a.m. Sunday service on our YouTube channel

Doors Wide Open Renovations Project
Find out more about the work we’re doing

The Messenger
Read the monthly St. Michael’s newsletter

Looking Ahead
Read this week’s most recent edition of our newsletter

Recent Sermons
Watch, read or listen to recent Sunday sermons

Hiring: Communications Coordinator
We are seeking a Communications Coordinator. Click the link to read the role description.

Weekly Worship Schedule

St. Michael’s worships both in person and online. Join us on Sundays in person or online seven days a week.

Sunday

Holy Eucharist (spoken): 7:45 a.m. (In church only)

Holy Eucharist: 10 a.m. (In church and online)

Weekdays

Morning Prayer: 7:45 a.m.

Noonday Prayer: 12 p.m.

Saturday

Morning Prayer: 9 a.m. (Online Only through September)

The church is open for prayer and reflection from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Explore Our Core Values

Discover what it means to be
part of the St. Michael’s community

Follow Jesus Christ

We seek to live the way of Jesus in love, humility, and service to others.

Spiritual Growth

We invite others to join us on our journey as we grow in wisdom
about God, ourselves and the world.

Diversity

We celebrate the fullness of humanity’s differences, building a community where everyone belongs.

Community

We cultivate relationships of love and care, within our parish family and beyond.

Joy

We lift up our hearts with love and laughter as we delight in the Spirit’s presence among us.

Stewardship

We honor the legacy of our church’s first two centuries and strive to
extend God’s work in this place for generations to come.