The Episcopal Parish of St Michael and
        All Angels, 602 North Wilmot Road, Tucson AZ 85711

Welcome to St. Michael and All Angels, Tucson Arizona

Our Mission: St. Michael and All
          Angels Tucson strengthens people by word and sacrament to be
          agents of Jesus’ gospel of justice, peace, and love in the

Sunday Services

7:30 AM Morning Prayer
7:45 AM Mass with Homily
9:00 AM Family Mass
10:10 AM
Godly Play in the Parish Center
10:15 AM High Mass with Sermon
12:30 PM Mass in Spanish
5:00 PM Mass with Homily
6:00 PM
Evening Prayer

Weekday Services

Monday - 5:30 PM Low Mass for World Peace
Tuesday - 8:10 AM Lower School Mass
Wednesday - 12:10 PM Healing Mass with laying on of hands
Thursday - 9:40 AM Upper School Mass
Saturday - 8:30 AM
Low Mass

Church Office
(520) 886-7292

Monday through Thursday - 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 12:00 noon

The Fred Fox Graduate Wind Quintet in Concert

Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 2 PM

Fred Fox Quintet Concert Flyer 4-25-2015

Fred Fox Graduate Wind Quintet
The Fred Fox Graduate Wind Quintet, the University of Arizona’s Fred Fox School of Music’s premier student chamber ensemble, will perform a concert at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church on Saturday, April 25.

The event begins at 2:00 p.m. and will benefit Youth on Their Own.

The Fred Fox Graduate Wind Quintet features performers from some of the world’s leading music schools. The group has won numerous awards since their formation in 2013 including the Arizona State and Southwest Division, Collegiate Chamber Music.

Suggested donation is $10 per person.

The beneficiary of the concert, Youth on Their Own (YOTO), supports the high school graduation of homeless, abandoned youth in grades 6-12. To date they have helped over 14,000 youth to stay in school.

St. Michael and All Angels is located at 602 N. Wilmot Rd (at 5th Street).

St. Michael's News

A Religious Response to Climate Change

A Religious Response to Climate Change

Presentations Now Available for Download

A Religious Response to Climate Change – I: Learning
Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, Tucson
October 4, 2014
Katie Hirschboeck
Associate Professor of Climatology,
Laboratory of Tree-ring Research, University of Arizona;
also Roman Catholic Climate Ambassador

What Is Climate Change?
Malcolm K. Hughes
Regents’ Professor of Dendrochronology,
Laboratory of Tree-ring Research, University of Arizona

What Does the Past Teach Us About the Present?
(available on request)
Xubin Zeng
Professor in Department of Atmospheric Sciences,
Director of Climate Dynamics and
Hydrometeorology Center, University of Arizona

What Dynamics Drive the Climate Change?
Andrew Honaman
Chief Information Officer, School of Natural &
Environmental Resource, University of Arizona

What Could Happen to Our Water and Food Supply?
The Reverend Dr. William (Bill) J. Martin
Former director of a program providing laboratory support
for the National Center for Infectious Diseases,
the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention;
also Deacon at St. Mathew’s Episcopal Church

Impact of Climate Change on Infectious Diseases
John J. Wiens
Professor, Department of Ecology and
Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona

Climate Change and Niche evolution: Will Species Adapt in Time?
A Religious Response to Climate Change – II: Living
Advent, Stewardship, and Metanoia
The Episcopal Parish of Saint Michael and All Angels
Saturday, December 13, 2014

The Right Reverend Kirk Smith
Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Arizona

Greetings & blessings from Bishop Kirk Smith
(in The Messenger, Epiphany 2015)
The Reverend Dr. John Leech
St. Michael and All Angels

Stewards of the Earth
(also in The Messenger, Epiphany 2015)
Alexander D. Cronin
Associate Professor, Department of Physics and
College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona

Discussion of Energy: Sources and Consumption
Margot W. Garcia, PhD, AICP
Professor Emeritus, Department of Urban and
Regional Studies and Planning,
Virginia Commonwealth University

Challenges to Sustainable Living: Water
Fernando Molina
Tucson Water, City of Tucson

Water Reliability for Tucson’s Future
Taralynn Reynolds
Population and Sustainability Organizer,
Center for Biological Diversity

Human Consumption, Population Growth and Sustainability
Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church presents
a free Earth Day weekend film event:

Climate Crisis: Our Compassionate Response

Saturday, April 25th, 2015, 6:30pm, in the church sanctuary at 2331 E. Adams St.
(1 block south of the Arizona Inn)

Join us for screenings of the Cosmos episode, "The World Set Free," and addresses by Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori and Archbishop Desmond Tutu on climate change.  These are followed by a presentation on fossil fuel divestment and motivational film shorts. Discover the spiritual dimensions and the practical social actions we can take to protect our home planet in this special Earth Day weekend event.

Alan F. SchultzThe Episcopal Parish of
St. Michael and All Angels

is proud to honor
A.F. Schultz
with the naming of the
A. F. Schultz
Æolian-Skinner Pipe Organ

Our Æolian-Skinner Pipe Organ was recently renamed the A. F. Schultz Organ, in recognition of Alan F. Schultz's many contributions to St. Michael's and the Tucson community. A loved and respected teacher of English at St. Michael’s School for over 30 years, he trained students in writing, declamation, and public speaking; and has provided music for our school masses up to the present day. Alan has served as our parish choir director and organist,  composed and performed Masses and other pieces, and continues to share his talents at the occasional mass. Alan has also shared his talent of musical composition and performance with the wider community through the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra where he remains Conductor Emeritus, and the Tucson Masterworks Chorale, formerly the Tucson Civic Chorus. Alan had an important role in bringing the Æolian-Skinner organ to St. Michael and All Angels over 20 years ago. It is therefore more than fitting that the organ at St. Michael's be named in his honor!

Donations to the Schultz Organ Fund and Endowment are gratefully accepted. Free will offerings will also be accepted at the concert. More information can be found on our Schultz Organ page. Thank you for your generosity!

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Taizé Meditation Service

1st and 3rd Tuesdays
at 6:45 PM

Come Walk the Labyrinth!


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Climate Change Conference Part 1: Learning

A Religious Response to Climate Change: Learning

Feast of St. Francis - Blessing of the Animals

Feast of St. Francis - Blessing of the Animals

Episcopal School Sunday - parishioners and school

Episcopal School Sunday - Parishioners and School

Advent International Bazaar 2014

Advent International Bazaar

The Greening of the Church

The Greening of the Church

Christmas Eve Family Mass

Christmas Eve Family Mass

Christmas Eve Lessons and Carols

Christmas Eve Lessons and Carols

Jumping into the New Year

Jumping Into the New Year!

Standing with Rosa

Standing With Rosa

Palm Sunday in the Courtyard

Palm Sunday in the Courtyard

Good Friday

Good Friday

Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Morning

Easter Morning

Joseph L Beamon Restores the Doors

Joseph Restores the Church Doors

Our Lady of the Desert House of

Our Lady of the Desert House of Prayer is now open!

It is available to small groups or individuals for retreats and as a spiritual guest house. Close to libraries, restaurants, and St. Michael and All Angels Church itself, it is an ideal location for families of patients at St. Joseph's and other hospitals, or for anyone who needs to get away for a few days to a quiet and peaceful setting.

Call 520-886-7292 for more information.

Our Lady of the Desert House of Prayer is located right behind the church at 6310 E Brian Kent. Parking is available in the Church's north parking lot.

Also at the House of Prayer...

St. Michael’s Contemplative Group Prayer has resumed! We meet 9:30 – 11:00 am each Saturday in Our Lady of The Desert House of Prayer, north of the church. Parking is on the west side of the house.  Come join the group and learn about Christian meditation and enjoy a short social time together. You will find it relaxing, peaceful and rewarding.

The St. Michael's School of Theology continues!

Sunday Morning Theology Group

Adult education continues with our "School of Theology" study group, Sundays at 9 AM in the Womble Library. Come and join in our wide-ranging discussions. On Sunday, December 28th we began watching a series of videos on Quantum Mechanics: The Physics of the Microscopic World, presented by Professor Benjamin Schumacher Ph.D.  We hope to learn more about the mind-stretching concepts of modern physics, and ponder a cosmology big enough to include both God and Science. All are welcome to join in on our videos, and the lively discussions that follow.

Wednesday Church History Class

Each Wednesday at 10:00 am in the Womble Library, classes on Church History take place. These informative sessions include a video and lively discussion, facilitated by Peter Schmidt. No sign-up sheets, no commitment, just how up. All are invited and we would love to meet you!

Stepping Up by Beth Moore                                      Women's Bible Study

Women’s Bible Study is held Wednesdays at 6:30 pm in the Parish Center. This year we will travel thru the Psalms of Ascent, known specifically as psalms 120 ~ 134. Once again we will explore the great festivals and key elements that help us better understand worship and a life of faith and fellowship. Books are $15 and can be ordered ahead of time. Please contact Nancy in the office. You may also buy a book at the sessions. Say it, work it, pray it. See you there!
There is always room for one more!

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Long Ago at St. Michael and All Angels...

St. Michael and All Angels Church as of December 26, 1953.
The newly-built church, December 26, 1953


Welcome to St. Michael's and All Angels!

We are an Episcopal Church community in Tucson, Arizona. We enjoy an Anglo-Catholic expression in our worship, and are socially involved in our Tucson community, our country, and the world. We are located at the corner of Fifth and Wilmot.


 St. Michael's Parish Day School

 St. Michael's Parish Day School is a co-educational private day school in Tucson, Arizona, with grades kindergarten through eighth. The school offers a broad and balanced curriculum of academics, fine arts, and athletics. Religious instruction and attendance at chapel program are also part of the curriculum.

Click here to visit the website of our Parish Day School.

A bequest to St. Michael's is truly the gift of a
                  lifetime. Please consider remembering St. Michael's in
                  your will of estate planning.

60th anniversary 1953 - 2013


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