about us

St Michael’s Parish is a vibrant community. This vibrancy comes from our exciting and meaningful experiences and relationships in the parish. Our parish family is unique and is a reflection of the varied cultures and backgrounds of our community. We are not a parish that is active on weekends only, but through numerous Ministries, groups and programs; St. Michael’s is alive and thriving every day and evening of the week. We also provide spiritual support and formation for 4 grade schools, 2 secondary schools and 4 nursing homes. Please click on Read More to learn more about our parish, our people and what we have to offer.

sacraments

The Sacraments are the foundation of every Catholic Life. These include Baptism, 1st Reconciliation, 1st Communion, Confirmation, for some Marriage or Holy Orders and also the Rite of Christian Burial. For those wishing to become Catholic we have the Rites of Christian Initiation for Adults (R.C.I.A.) and for Children (R.C.I.C.) For more information and about these pillars of a Catholic Life and the required application forms, please link to each of them under the ‘Sacraments’ tab.

Ministries

The liturgy is at the heart of our Catholic faith. When we gather together at Eucharist each Sunday we become the visible sign of Christ’s saving presence in the world. Each one of us has been called and gifted by God to be that presence. This link to our Ministries area provides information and opportunities to use your gift to build up the Body of Christ.

Latest news

Lenten Schedule

The Lenten Season is nearly upon us. Lent begins on Ash Wednesday February 26. Masses will......

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New Mobile Donation Capability

St. Michael's has added a brand new way to support us. We have partnered with Pllenty to provide......

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Upcoming

Shrove Tuesday

The St. Michael's Council of the Knights of Columbus are once again hosting their Shrove Tuesday......

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Parish Lenten Mission

St. Michael's will be hosting a Lenten Mission led by Bishop John Corriveau O.F.M. Cap. from......

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Mental Illness Presentation

The Social Justice Committee is hosting a Mental Illness-Mental Health' presentation in the St.......

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support st. michael’s

The Parish of St. Michael’s and its ability to provide Ministry, Catholic Formation, Sacraments, supportive programs within the community and operate as a 365 day a year entity relies solely on the financial support from Parishioners and guests. Collection taken at Masses and other donations are the only sources of treasure that keeps St. Michael’s operating. Please consider how you can support the work of St. Michael’s with a personal contribution. Click the ‘Donate’ button to see your options. Charitable tax receipts are issued in the new year following. Thank you so very much.

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