The Episcopal Church welcomes you

A Religious Response to Climate Change III: Our Daily Bread
Where: Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church
602 North Wilmot Road, Tucson, Arizona 85711

When: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM on Saturday, October 29, 2016
Mass (optional) @ 8:30 AM Lunch @ noon (free-will offering)

What: After our sessions had on 4 October and 13 December 2014 on global climate change and its likely impacts on the environment that sustains our lives, we meet now to review the science of global climate change and its projected consequences that impact our food supply. As a religious people, who pray for our daily bread, we seek understanding, wisdom and courage to take informed actions as good stewards of God’s creation.

Our five speakers on the different aspects of our chosen topic are:

Katie Hirschboeck – Associate Professor of Climatology, Tree-Ring Lab, U of Arizona; National Catholic Climate Ambassador  CatholicClimateCovenant.org
The science of global climate change: update on where we are now and perspectives on where we are headed

Clark Hansen – Regional Organizer in Organizing and Grassroots Capacity Building, Bread for the World
Hunger: current status of global food production and distribution; likely scenarios from climate change; and possible responses to meet the global needs

Marco A. Liu – Director of Advocacy and Outreach, Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona
Hunger: current status of local food production and distribution; likely scenarios from climate change; and possible responses to meet our local needs

Angel Wang – Committee on Creation Care, Episcopal Diocese of Arizona
Greening Episcopal Churches – What are Episcopalians doing to help address climate change?

John Leech – Associate Priest, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Tucson, Arizona
Theological reflections: spiritual context for environmental actions

In addition to general and group discussions, we will have opening, noonday and closing prayers.

There will also be information tables for different concerned groups including:

Bread for the World
Community Food Bank
Scraps On Scraps
Iskashitaa Refugee Network
Citizens’ Climate Lobby
Green Church

RSVP by sending an email to hsieh@dakotacom.net by 25 October 2016.  Many thanks!

Sunday Services


Click here for Sunday’s Lectionary readings.

St. Michael and All Angels has five services on Sunday, serving the needs of parishioners and visitors with several liturgies and styles of worship.

Sunday Schedule


7:30 AM Morning Prayer
7:45 AM Mass with Homily
A no-frills mass for early risers
9:00 AM Family Mass
Our Family Mass, led by Mother Clare Yarborough, has family-friendly music and contemporary retellings of the week’s Bible readings, often read and performed by young churchgoers.
10:15 AM High Mass with Sermon
This Anglo-Catholic liturgy includes the “bells and smells” – traditional hymns with our Parish Choir, accompanied on our Æolian-Skinner organ; incense, chanted prayers and traditional vestments.
12:30 PM Mass in Spanish
Our Misa en Español is led by Father Jorge Sotelo.
5:00 PM Mass with Homily
A no-frills mass in the late afternoon

Weekday Services

See also the Google Calendar below.

Healing Mass - Wednesdays at


7:30 AM – Morning Prayer
5:30 PM – Low Mass for World Peace


7:30 AM – Morning Prayer
8:10 AM – Lower School Mass  (when school is in session)
6:45 PM – Taizé Meditation Service (first and third Tuesdays)


7:30 AM – Morning Prayer
12:10 PM – Healing Mass with laying on of hands
6:00 PM – Evening Prayer


7:30 AM – Morning Prayer
9:40 AM – Upper School Mass (when school is in session)


8:15 AM – Morning Prayer
8:30 AM – Low Mass
9:30 AM – Contemplative Prayer at the House of Prayer (north of church parking lot)

Where to Find Us

 St. Michael and All Angels Online

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St. Michael and All Angels Tucson main Facebook page
St. Michael and All Angels Facebook Group St. Michael and All Angels Family Mass on Facebook

St. Michael's church office

Church Office
(520) 886-7292

The Rev. David Benedict Hedges, n/BSG, Rector

Hours by appointment – please call.

Nancy L Vernon, Parish Secretary

Church Office Hours:

Monday through Thursday – 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Friday – 9:00 AM – 12:00 noon

Food Distribution Hours:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM


St. Michael's School

St. Michael’s School Info:

Telephone: (520) 722-8478

Web: http://www.stmichael.net/

Mrs. Margaret Delk Moore, Head of School
Mr. Dick Newcomer, Business Manager
Mrs. Judi Breault, Middle School Director
Mrs. Sandra Schultz, Lower School Director
Ms. Lonnie Reese, Development Office
Telephone: (520) 722-8478
Fax: (520) 886-0851
Web: http://www.stmichael.net/
Email: school@stmichael.net; admissions@stmichael.net

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