You are a returning Catholic:
If you have been "away" from the Catholic Church for a while, St. Michael's Church has a mission to help you return called "Catholics Come Home." Click here for more information.
You are interested in becoming Catholic:
RCIA information sessions are held each summer, with the regular session beginning in the fall. Click here for more information.
You would like to have your baby baptized:
Parishioners should call the church office six weeks in advance. Parents should participate in catechetical baptismal classes offered by the parish. Click here for more information.
You would like to have your child receive First Holy Communion:
As a person enters into the Sacrament of Holy Communion they deepen their relationship with God. Special classes are conducted at St. Michael the Archangel in our Religious Education Ministry. Please contact our Director of Religious Education for more information.
You would like to have your child Confirmed:
The Sacrament of Confirmation strengthens a person’s relationship to God with the gift of the Holy Spirit. Participants are usually in eighth grade when beginning the program. Special classes are conducted in our Religious Education Ministry. Please contact our Director of Religious Education for more information.
You would like to get married:
To be married at St. Michael the Archangel parish, you should contact the office at least six months in advance of the date to make arrangements for wedding preparation activities including the required formation program. Please note: If previously married, the process will take longer. To make an appointment to schedule a wedding date, please contact our parish office.
You need to arrange for a funeral Mass for the recently deceased:
Please call the parish office at (727) 797-2375.
You would like to receive Anointing of the Sick:
Anointing of the Sick is available to anyone under severe or chronic illness or is about to undergo surgery, at the Saturday 8:00 AM Mass or by request. Please call the parish office for more information.
You would like a parish priest to visit someone who is sick or you are homebound and would like Communion brought to you:
The priests, deacons and extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist are available to bring Holy Communion to the home. Please call the parish office at (727) 797-2375 if a parishioner is in the hospital, nursing home, or homebound.
You would like to arrange a Mass Intention for the living or deceased:
Remembering your loved ones in an Intention announcement at Mass can be arranged by visiting our parish office. If you would like to place flowers in the sanctuary to commemorate a special occasion, please contact our Head Sacristan, Tracy Marshall, at (727) 432-0128.
You need to update your contact information:
If you have moved or have a new phone number, please contact the parish office.
You have questions about offertory or would like to sign up for EFT:
If you would like to have offertory contributions come directly out of your account each month (or bi-monthly, weekly, etc.) you may sign up for Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) by contacting Eileen Woodbury at the parish office.