Welcome To Saint Michael's, a developing Anglican presence in Wilsonville, Oregon.
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We are a growing parish of 1928 Prayer Book Anglicans, intent on creating proficient, knowledgeable Christians through Anglican liturgy, education and service. We don't have contemporary musical bands, multi-media screens, or fancy seats with cup-holders (don't worry, the pews have cushions). What we do provide is mature, God-centered worship, expressed in the music and language of the traditional Anglican Church.

After visiting our site, take the next step and stop by some Sunday morning to worship with us.  See for yourself why our motto is "Saint Michael's: we pray hard, play hard, and eat well"! Hope to see you soon!


Thursday, October 27, 2016

Holy Communion is celebrated on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month, and Choral Morning Prayer is held on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays. Services begin at 10:00 a.m.
The St. Michael's family gathers at the Historic Frog Pond Grange Hall, located at 28000 SW Stafford Ave. (approximately 1/4 mile north of the intersection of Stafford and Boeckman Rds). Click for directions, or feel free to call or email us for more information.

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The text of today's Morning and Evening Prayer, with Psalms and Lessons, is available courtesy of Offices Online. You can also read more about the Book of Common Prayer.

Our Daily Liturgical Calendar (shown here on the left, with a linked information page) changes daily to reflect the Church season, Sunday's (with Collect, Epistle, Gospel and Sermon), Prayer Book Feast Days and selected Saint's Feast days.  Check back daily to learn more about the rich heritage of the Church's sacred calendar

The Anglican Way

Saint Michael's is a traditional Anglican church seeking both to embrace the "faith once delivered to the saints," and to advance the Kingdom of God in the way Jesus taught His disciples. We are a "catholic" Church in the sense that we believe that in Christ all believers are united. Further we embrace all that Christ has passed on to the Apostles, all things germane to the Apostolic and Early Church. We are a "reformed" Church in that we are identified with the English Reformation.

In the 1500’s, the original jurisdiction of the Anglican Church was re-established under the Archbishop of Canterbury. Therefore, as a "Reformed Catholic" church, traditional Anglicanism is defined by two foundational formularies: the pre-1979 Book of Common Prayer (to include the Ordinal, or ordination services) and the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion. These formularies are bound together in the American 1928 Book of Common Prayer. What these Formularies present to us - as summarized for the laity in the late 16th century - is a simple "1, 2, 3, 4 & 5".

The traditional Anglican Way is based upon ONE Canon of Scripture with TWO Testaments, whose doctrinal message is summarized in THREE Creeds (Apostles', Nicene and Athanasian); and is found in more detail in the decrees and canons of FOUR ecumenical councils [Nicea (325 A.D.), Constantinople (381 A.D.), Ephesus (431 A.D.) and Chalcedon (451 A.D.)] and by the general developments (e.g., Liturgy, threefold Ministry, Church Year, Canon Law, etc.) of the first FIVE centuries.

In summary, we believe that Christ, the incarnate Son of God, came into the world first to reveal to mankind who God is, and to redeem mankind out of his fallen condition due to sin. We believe the Bible to be true in all that it speaks, and the final authority to which we may appeal respecting doctrine and life. We further believe that the Holy Scriptures apply to all areas of life. The Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, the Athanasian Creed, the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, and the Thirty-nine Articles continue as our formularies, our expression of what we believe the Bible to teach concerning the basic faith of the Church. For a more detailed discussion on the history of the Anglican Church, please follow this link.

So, if you are looking for a church in the classic Anglican Tradition, we invite you to consider making Saint Michael's your church home.


Morning Prayer
Call to Matins
St. Michael's
Sr. Warden Dave Mahar and Fr. Robert Hawkins

Worship: 10:00 a.m. Sundays
Frog Pond Grange Hall
28000 SW Stafford Rd
Wilsonville, OR 97070
(503) 830-1402

Mail address: P.O. Box 1394
Wilsonville, OR 97070

Related Links
The Anglican Province of America
A Covenant Union of Anglican Churches in Concordat
King James Bible w/Apocrypha
Revised Standard Bible w/Apocrypha
1928 Book of Common Prayer
The Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion
The Hymnal 1940
The Monastic Diurnal
The Prayer Book Society
Forward in Faith
BCP Propers
BCP Psalter
The Lindisfarne Gospels
Audio Bible Online
BBC Weekly Choral Evensong
Frog Pond Grange

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