Prosforon (Altar Bread) Baking Tutorial

Thank you to Electra Savas for holding a Prosphora Baking tutorial on Saturday, August 21.
Electra has been baking Holy Bread for St. Michael for many years. It was an opportunity for her to share her talent with others.
Thanks to Carole Kanavos for taking pictures and to Yury Klokov for taking video.
An icon of “Prophora Bakers” was presented to Electra as a small token of thanks for her many years of stewardship to St Michael.

This is a lesson for all of us to share our talents and be good stewards of St Michael. If there is any way you can volunteer, please let Joe Rahal know stmichael@stmichaelcapecod.org. Stewardship is a combination of sharing time, talent and treasure. There are so many opportunities for us to be active. Nothing is too small!

THANK YOU!

Thank you to everyone who selflessly baked cookies and generously gave money to make our Christmas meal donation breathtakingly successful!

We donated SIXTY-FIVE hams, SIXTY-FIVE $25 grocery store gift cards, and 104 tins of homemade cookies! Thank you for spreading the hope, the love, the peace, and the joy of Christmas to so many Cape families in need.

Thanksgiving Meals 2020 – Thank You and Photos

On Thursday 11/19, we delivered 15 Thanksgiving meals (complete with a turkey, pie, fresh produce, and all the traditional fixings) to Faith Family Kitchen in Hyannis to be distributed to food insecure families. While we were making the delivery, it came to our attention that there were additional families that would be blessed by receiving a meal. Five more meals and five $25 gift cards were purchased and delivered that evening to Faith Faith Family Kitchen for distribution. Thank you to all who donated time and resources to feed these hungry families!

Backpack Blessings 2020 Thank You

Thank you to everyone who donated school supplies and money to purchase school supplies for the children at the Village at Cataumet transitional housing shelter! Your generosity enabled us to deliver twenty-two backpacks, bursting at the seams with pencils, pens, erasers, highlighters, crayons, markers, scissors, glue, rulers, binders, folders, notebooks, tissues, hand sanitizer…and sets of masks!!! Additionally, boxes and boxes of breakfast and snack foods were delivered to help keep those children fueled for learning. Thank you for giving these kids the tools they need to succeed in this coming school year!

Thanks to Our St Michael’s Outreach Angels

Thanks to our outreach angels, St Michael was able to donate 90 reusable face masks to the staff and residents of Cataumet Village homeless shelter for families. We were able to turn out these masks in a record 10 days from call to action, to donation of supplies, to actual production.

God bless our Angels and thanks to all who made this such a successful project. The staff and residents of Cataumet are beyond grateful for all your hard work and dedication. Below are pictures of the staff from Cataumet with the food donation that Kh. Alyssa has been having delivered and with our masks for all residents and staff.

Scarves for Homeless 2020

On Sunday, January 26, 2020, kids were TYING SCARVES along Main Street in Hyannis to spread warmth to the homeless in that area.