St. Michael's Episcopal Church

St. Michael's Episcopal Church

Who We Are

Inclusive community of prayer, worship, and service to others.

St. Michael’s was built on the “holy hill” of southeast Lexington in 1955. Today we worship and serve in a thriving neighborhood that includes the Arboretum, Trader Joe’s, a local coffee shop and the venerable Lexington restaurant, Ramsey’s.

While location, location, location is important in real estate, we know people are always more important, especially when it comes to church. Our congregants range from founding members to Lexington newcomers; life-long Episcopalians and people new to Christianity; singles, married, and partnered; babies and active seniors. Together, we gather to worship, laugh, grieve, pray, celebrate, and serve both God and neighbor.



Our Services

Service Times

Sunday
  • 08:00am - Quiet, spoken service of scripture, prayer, and communion.
  • 10:30am - Service of scripture, prayer, song, and communion.

Location

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