We are an Episcopal church community in Tucson, Arizona. We enjoy an Anglican expression in our worship, celebrate mass in two languages, and are committed to be socially involved in our Tucson community, our country, and the world. We are located at the corner of Fifth Street and Wilmot Road.
The Rev. David Benedict Hedges, n/BSG, Rector. Telephone 886-7292.
TUESDAY PANCAKE SUPPER ~ MARCH
4 ~ 5:30–6:30 PM.
Cooking and clean-up help gladly accepted. Donations of juice,
fruit, syrup and sausage etc. also will be gratefully received. Sign
- up sheets available in back of church. UPDATE! The Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper has been canceled for this week, but will return next year!
YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US FOR TAIZE!
us this Tuesday, March 4 for Taize Service of Meditation at 6:45 pm.
It is a wonderful way of stress relief, meditation and relaxing from
the busy - ness of life. All are invited. Lent begins this week with Ash Wednesday! Here is the schedule:
7:30 AM Morning Prayer
8:05 AM Lower School Chapel ~ Church
9:40 AM Upper School Mass ~ Distribution of Ashes 12:10 PM
Healing Mass With Laying On Of Hands ~ Distribution of Ashes
10:00 AM Bible Study ~ Womble Library
6:00 PM Evening
Ash Wednesday Mass ~ Distribution Of Ashes
Michael’s Guatemala Project Call for 2014 Summer Teams –
Applications due March 1 for early confirmation, until May 1 for
remaining slots. Volunteers
interested in joining small teams of 3 to 6 people to visit the rural
Maya of the CPR-Sierra for 2 to 8 weeks areinvited
to contact the Coordinator, email@example.com,
(520)623-3063, for an application and detail, and to check
Teams are active from June through early August. ALL PARTICIPANTS
PAY THEIR TRAVEL AND OTHER EXPENSE. Note to St. Michael’s – This
announcement has gone out to our general lists and UA first-year
medical students. Now we need you!
MARIA VOLUNTEERS WILL MEET THIS
MARCH 7 at 5:00 PM, in the Parish Center to prepare sack lunches.
Your help is needed - the volunteers can always use a few extra
hands and two dozen SHELLED hard-boiled eggs. Join us for
fellowship and to help with this good work.
AND CROCHETERS WILL MEET SATURDAY, MARCH 8TH
AT 10 AM IN THE SCHOOL ART ROOM. YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US WITH
YOUR CRAFT. ENJOY LIVELY CONVERSATION AND FELLOWSHIP. BRING A SACK
LUNCH IF YOU WISH!
because You Can” ongoing Food Drive to keep our food pantry stocked
is progressing. In the coming weeks, we can use tuna fish, canned
fruit, crackers, peanut butter and cereal. As always, the need is
great and we thank you for your continued generosity. Just bring a
can or a box each time you come to church!
February 16 is THE LAST SUNDAY to bring“Epiphany Gifts for
Primavera” homeless programs. Diane Tyron, who delivers your
donations, says Primavera has been especially grateful for the
toiletries and the new socks and underwear, and Diane is impressed
with peoples generosity. She thanks everyone, and we thank her. At
the moment Primavera has sufficient used clothing, so let’s fill
the gold chest to overflowing with new socks and underwear,
toiletries and blankets. It’s ok to include items for women, as
Primavera also has a transitional housing program for women.
[Reminder – collections for St. Michael’s Food Pantry and Deacon
Mike’s Shoebox are always “running in the background” and ready
for your attention. The Epiphany Gifts project is organized by your
Social Action Committee.]
~ 6 PM ~ SOCIAL ACTION HOUSE MASS / POTLUCK / MEETING ~ at the home
of Marjorie King and Jim Steinman, 3000 E. Linden. Bring food,
ideas and a will to work and worship. Everyone is most welcome as
we explore how we live the Baptismal commitment to “seek and serve
Christ in all persons,” AND enjoy one another’s company.