Good afternoon, St. Michael's Families! Just a friendly reminder that Elementary Faith Formation starts tonight, Wednesday, September 22 at St. Michael's (grades 1-5)! Classes run from 6:15-7:30 PM, starting in the classrooms - can't wait to see you there!
We are excited to announce that Coffee and Donuts will be back, beginning Sunday, September 26! We will be in need of volunteers to help with preparing and serving the coffee, so signup sheets will be available outside the window in the kitchen. Please consider volunteering your time to keep this important ministry going. Thank you so much, and have a blessed weekend!
We are glad to announce that as a result of the positive feedback we've been receiving on our Parish Camping Trip earlier this month that we will be making this an annual event! Whether you're interested in camping with us next year or just coming out for the "potluck" dinner on Saturday evening, mark your calendars for June 10-12, 2022 (details coming early next year). Thank you Casey Brennan and everyone else that helped to organize this event!
Happy Monday Campers! This week is our Parish Camping Trip up at Pioneer Park on the north side of Muskegon. Please keep in mind even if you are not camping, everyone is more than welcome to come up on Saturday afternoon for our 'Pot Luck' Dinner. We're planning on eating sometime between 5:30pm and 6:00pm. For more details, please visit the Parish Camping Trip page on the Saint Michael's website. See you this weekend!
On May 15, Governor Whitmer allowed the state's epidemic order to expire. As a result, several changes are taking place at Saint Michael's, effective immediately. Please see Father's full letter for specifics.
Last Wednesday, February 24 a small luncheon was held at Saint Michael's celebrating the retirement of Kathie Poelma from her role at Saint Michael's as our business manager. Congratulations Kathie and thank you for your many years of hard work!
Dear Brothers and Sisters, We begin Lent on Wednesday, February 17, with the imposition of ashes on our forehead, the outward sign of our desire to be converted and reform our lives into the image of Christ. (Click above to see the full letter)
On February 12, 2021 Bishop Walkowiak sent a letter inviting all Catholics who are healthy and able to return to Mass this Lent while also extending dispensation until further notice for those who are unable to attend in person because of health reasons or other factors. For more information, please visit the COVID-19 response page for the Diocese of Grand Rapids.