She hails from Kansas City, trekking to our neck of the woods in 2012 with her husband Ray and daughter Anna. She's been working in the Episcopal Church (as ordained and lay staff), for more than fifteen years now, and her focus in ministry has been a lot of successful work with parish transitions (like the one we are currently enduring), outreach and healthy church growth and dynamics. She has a varied background in higher education and law and is even a proud veteran of the U.S. Army.
Audrey and Ray have three children: Jeremy who lives in Seattle, Patrick who lives in Ulan Bataar Mongolia, and Anna who is in school in DC, and four grandchildren. Inside scoop: She has had "Contra Costa" experience too!--including St. Timothy and St. Paul's in Walnut Creek, where, we hear, they liked her so much they wanted her to stick around after interim-ing, that's a great sign, right? :)
We are an inclusive community of committed Christians who seek to serve God in our daily life and share fellowship as we gather to worship each week.
Faith is more than what happens on Sunday mornings. It's a part of who we are, inside and out. At St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, we believe in sharing the joy of the gospels daily, and living a life that embodies the spirit of Christ.
10 AM Morning Prayer via Zoom
Tuesday 10 AM
Eucharist and Adult Ed via Zoom
The Grant Street Players are a performing arts group under the direction of Mr. Keith Coppage. The group has performed musicals including Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, Godspell, Working, Smoky Joe's Cafe and more. They also do several concerts annually, including A Grant Street Christmas and Pentecost Junction.
St. Michael’s Episcopal Day Preschool, a ministry of St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, is a non-profit private Christian school. We offer a quality program that is developmentally appropriate and enriched with early literacy, math, science, art and social development activities.
A very welcoming atmosphere, and an open invitation to the spirit of God. A beautiful place where I feel I could be myself, and not have to put on a facade.....! Jesse