About St. Michael's
Since 1949, St. Michael's has been a joyful worshipping community, celebrating the faith and practice of The Episcopal Church.
Our services combine the traditional rites of worship with a welcoming, relaxed environment. We are always happy to welcome visitors, new neighbors, the curious, and people looking for a community of faith.
Every Sunday we have two services: an early service (8:00) with Holy Eucharist Rite I, and a later service (10:30) with Holy Eucharist Rite II. Christian Education for all ages is at 9:15 (Sept.-May).
In the summer months, the services are every Sunday Morning at 8 and 10.
Newsletter "The Trumpet"
A link to a pdf of our most recent newsletter, "The Trumpet" can be found in the footer of this page.
2535 State Route 381
Rector, PA 15677
PO Box 336, Ligonier PA, 15658
June - August
8:00 am - Holy Eucharist Rite I
10:00 am - Holy Eucharist Rite II
September - May
8:00 am - Holy Eucharist Rite I 9:15 am - Christian Education
10:30 am - Holy Eucharist Rite II
Mon. - Fri. 9Am- 3PM
Wednesday Healing Service
Healing services are held at 10:00am on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month (Sept.-May) and once a month June- Aug..
Sept. 28th, Oct. 12th & 26th
Alcoholics Anonymous (Parish House)
Monday - Beginner's meeting 7PM
Saturday - Discussion Group 7:30PM
Important: The Rector Bridge on Rt. 381 (between the church and the old post office) is closed for replacement September 12th
Healing Service Wednesday Sept. 28th 10AM
Blessing of the Hunt Braemer Farm. 10AM October 1st.
Blessing of the pets 1 PM Mellon Park October 2nd
Outreach Meeting Tuesday Oct. 4th 4PM
Wood Bridge Board Meeting October 6th 6:30 PM
Healing Service Wed. Oct. 12th 10AM
October 14th Friday of Fort Days- Office closed.
Vestry Oct. 17th 7 PM
Food Pantry Oct. 22nd 9AM
Healing Service Wed. Oct. 26th 10 AM
Stewardship Lunch Oct. 30th after the second service
Do you Knit? Please consider making Comfort Bears! Jeremiah's Place provides safe temporary housing and meals for children aged 0-6 yrs. Each child receives his own bear to take home so this is an on going need. Pattern available in the parish house or at jeremiahsplace.org/