Week of June 4th

June Schedule 2023

Bulletin Trinity Sunday 6-4-23

St. Michael’s Calendar of Events

We will no longer send links out while services are live. They will be sent following the service. You can watch live on our Facebook page during or after the service.  Unfortunately, we are unable to make videos available outside of Facebook at this time.



The announcements are being posted on this page and are updated weekly. A version is being printed, and available on Sunday mornings next to the bulletins. If you need help accessing any of the links or attachments, please contact the church office.

Sunday morning worship is Holy Eucharist Rite II at 9:30 am.

ITALIAN NIGHT – SAVE THE DATE! July 15th Join us for a nice night filled with good food and fellowship. More details to follow.

LAY EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS NEEDED: Since resuming in person services after COVID shutdowns, Bob Butterfield and Harry Gore have been our only two trained eucharistic ministers. Although they have done a magnificent job covering EVERY SINGLE SUNDAY, help is needed! Please consider this calling and/or spread the word. Let’s help take the pressure off Harry & Bob. See Father Greg for more information.

RECYCLE YOUR RELIGIOUS ITEMS: A Religious Recycle Group will be stopping by to collect Religious items that need a new home.  Items they take are anything Catholic such as Statues, Rosaries (Broken rosaries OK), Crucifixes, Holy Medals, Holy Cards, Framed Pictures, Prayer Books and Bibles as well as used instruments.
Items they do not take- Religious Books, Pamphlets, Wax Candles, Angel Figurines (Saint Angels are fine). Please bring your items in no later than Sunday June 18th.

WEDNESDAY HEALING SERVICES: We will not be holding Wednesday night healing services throughout the summer but will resume in the fall. 


2023 FEED MY LAMBS IS COMING AGAIN: It is time for us to organize our Feed My Lambs summer lunch delivery program.  We are part of a group of churches in O’Fallon that delivery lunches to children everyday during the summer.  Most of these children are in the school lunch program but we provide lunches to all those that come to our stops.

Feed My Lambs is coming on June 5th and we will once again be delivering lunches every Monday morning until August 7th.  It is a small route, but we want everyone to be involved.  On Sunday mornings during coffee hour we will prepare the bags for the lunches – we invite the Sunday School Class to join us.  On Monday morning, any volunteers for sandwich making will meet at the church from 10:00-10:15  to 11:00 am.  We also will need two people each week to drive to the 3-4 stops on our route between 11:30 – 12:15 am.  We hope you will all take part by signing up on the FML Sign up on the table in the Narthex.  Any questions:  call Ann Wilt 618-977-1187.

MAT-MAKERS: The Matmakers Group meets every Wednesday from 10am-12pm, please contact Judie at

PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY- Our ministry is taking a break from knitting. We will not be meeting until the 3rd Thursday in September. We already have many shawls to give away in our bins. If you need one for a friend or family member, please get one and record it in the book. Sonja Wartonick or June Dublar will assist you.

O’FALLON FOOD PANTRY: This month we will be focusing on collecting canned chili, beef stew, ravioli, as well as toiletries to donate to the pantry.  Please remember these items when you shop for groceries. Your assistance is much appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns, please call Bob Koss at 618-593 7312. 

BISHOP’S COMMITTEE MEETING: The next BC meeting will be held on Monday, June 19, 2023, at 6:00p.m. in the Parish Hall.

STAYING IN TOUCH: We’d like to know if there are any members who are ill, feeling isolated, or in need of basics that we can provide.  Please keep the communications coming to the church office via email at or by phone at 618-632-6168

CONFIRMATION CLASSES: NEW CLASSES beginning at the end of August. More details to follow.

PASTORAL CARE: If you know of a member with a pastoral need or who is in the hospital, please contact Fr. Greg Wilde.