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Welcome to Our Online Worship!

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The re-opening service for St. Michael and All Angels, a Celebration of the Eucharist, was held on Sunday, September 5, 2021. 
It is our hope to continue to deliver live-streamed services, providing online visitors with opportunities to participate in our worship through two platforms:  on our YouTube channel (stmichaelstbay); or by going to Saint Michael and All Angels' Facebook page.

In these continuing "Covid times" this represents yet another positive step towards enabling all members of our church community, and online visitors from near and far, to safely participate in worship, regardless of their location.  With restrictions on travel continuing, it will also provide the means for others to 'attend' other church services (e.g. weddings, baptisms, funerals).

Archived recordings of past services are available for viewing on all three platforms.

Worship in person

St. Michael and All Angels has reopened our building for worship.  You may join us on a first-come, first-served basis…we are able to welcome 50 people, including the worship leaders.


Worship services will be offered twice a week, until further notice.

  • Sundays at 10:00 am      Holy Eucharist in one kind (bread only)

  • Thursdays at 10:00 am   Holy Eucharist in one kind (bread only) beginning in October 2021

Safety tips for worship during the Pandemic

You are welcome!  Please keep each other safe by wearing a mask, socially distancing, and using hand sanitizer.


Do not come to worship if you are not well. Read the Covid-19 questionnaire before you come into the building.


Give your name and contact information to the sidesperson at the podium.


If you have an offering, place it in the glass bowl beside the podium. The plate will not be passed during the service.


Enter the worship space, bring your coat with you, receive assistance from the sidesperson to be seated, filling the seats from front to back, and sit with your “bubble” or alone, at a location marked by a sign of Praying Hands.


Remain at your seat, not crossing in front of another in your pew.


Communion begins with the people in the front row. A sidesperson will offer hand sanitizer and direct you to walk single file to receive the host, with your mask on. Turn and walk across the front of the pews on the side you are seated, removing your mask only to receive the host at the corner of the communion rail.  Continue to return to your seat from the side aisle.


We will not be singing in church for some time. Jason will be playing the keyboard and singing solo.


At the end of the service, use the side aisle and keep your distance, going directly to the exit. Socially distanced visits may happen outside - help keep the traffic flow moving.


May God bless you richly for taking the risk to worship in community, please continue to pray for safety and good health for all!