We are an open and diverse community of believers, grounded in the gospel of Jesus Christ and sharing that gift in our church, our community and in our world.

LGBTQ Welcomed!

St. Michael's is a Reconciling in Christ Congregation: this means we welcome and affirm all believers in Christ, regardless of sexual orientation.

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1st Sunday - Healing Svc
2nd Sunday - Conversation Sunday
3rd Sunday - Youth Led Sunday

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April 29, 2015

Repairs at St. Michael’s!


Please consider supporting our digital Capital Fund for necessary repairs to our daycare space and St. Thomas Hall that will increase the safety of both spaces. (emergency lighting, fire alarm system, etc).

Please share with your networks, and please, give whatever amount you are able.


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We understand if you are not comfortable making a digital donation.  In that case, please feel free to mail a donation to the church office:
6671 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa  19119

Thank you and God bless!

Grace, mercy and peace!
Pastor Ingram

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March 26, 2015

Holy Week 2015

Our Holy Week began with our Palm Sunday Service… our services continue as follows:

Holy Thursday: April 2, 2015 @ 7 pm

Good Friday: April 3, 2015 @ 7 pm

Easter Vigil: April 4, 2015 @ 7 pm (Christ Ascension Lutheran Church…8300 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia Pa

Resurrection Sunday: April 5, 2015

Please join us for a joyous celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Continental breakfast @ 9:30 will be followed by worship with Holy Communion, special music and dancing.

Grace, mercy and peace!
Pastor Ingram

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March 26, 2015

Palm/Passion Sunday March 29, 2015

Palm SundayThe voice of the suffering savior, Jesus, can be heard in the prophet Isaiah’s words and the pleading of the psalm (Psalm 50:4-9a).

We are invited into the agony of our Lord in the extended reading of the story of Jesus’ passion. In the second reading, we who have put on Christ in holy baptism are urged to let the mind of Christ be our own. Lent leads us to this holy moment. Embrace it.

Our service begins at 11:00 am, with waving of palms and singing hymns reminding us of Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

A passionate reading of Christ’s passion (Mark 15:1-47). The reading is the proclamation (sermon) for the day… close your eyes and simply meditate on the story as it is spoken through the two readers.

We look forward to you worshiping with us!  Bring a friend! Or someone who is not your friend!  Invite your neighbor…

Grace, mercy and peace!
Pastor Ingram

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