St. Michael’s Episcopal Church is found in the heart of Auburn and serves a diverse population of God’s people with faith, love and joy.

The pandemic has affected our regular gatherings. Please check FACEBOOK for the latest information or email Paul Beaudette.

At the Heart of Our Community

St. Michael’s Episcopal Church is found in the heart of Auburn, ME among an alternative school, three other churches and a diverse population of God’s people. Our families come from Auburn, Lewiston and many surrounding towns.

We cherish our Sunday morning worship with children singing and learning, an adult choir sharing Wonder, Love and Praise through our Holy Eucharist, and ministries that carry us through the week to energize our faith.

Read more about How We Reach Out here.

A Neighborhood Comes Together at the Table

The three churches on Pleasant Street which is under 1/2 mile long were invited to St. Michael’s for a BBQ because we asked ourselves, “Why don’t we know these neighbors?” Over 125 people came, ate, played and all shared their thoughts about their neighborhood. Read more here.

The Evolution of a Good Thing

A couple of years ago, we contemplated the obstacle between us and the Congregational Church, the ugly, unkempt apartment house between us. How would we get them to keep that area clean? We came together to discuss options. But discernment is a funny thing. We realized that the house next door was not what we should be thinking about. Our focus should be the people next door and the people down street. With a grant from the Episcopal Church and matching donation from a parishioner, we were on our way to empowering the residents of our church neighborhood to help themselves to live better and safer lives. Read more here.