FISH FEAST – Saturday, March 25, 2023

Our annual Fish Feast for Life will be held on Saturday, March 25 after the Orthros & Liturgy for the Feast of the Annunciation.
• $25 adults 13+
• $10 children 6-12
• children 5 and under free
All proceeds will help ZOE House continue their life-saving work. ZOE House, located in Parma, OH, is a ministry of ZOE for Life!, a pan-Orthodox outreach that supports women in crisis pregnancies. Visit for more information.
For reservations, please contact Kh. Alyssa.
If you are unable to attend the Fish Feast, ZOE House still needs your support! Please send your donation to: St. Michael the Archangel Orthodox Church, 62 Main Street, Cotuit, MA 02635
Please make checks out to St. Michael with ZOE House in the memo.

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Cancer Care Bags 2023 – THANK YOU!

Thirty care bags were assembled and donated to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, and fifteen nurse appreciation bags were assembled and donated to nurses at the cancer center at Cape Cod Hospital. The care bags included a handmade card (made by the children at the St. Nicholas Homeschool Community), a prayer book, a hat, warm socks, a box of tea, unscented lotion, a puzzle book, ginger chews, peppermints, a high protein snack, a pack of pens, a pack of tissues, and a t-shirt. The nurse appreciation bags included a handmade thank you card (made by the children at the St. Nicholas Homeschool Community), a prayer book, a Dunkin’ Donuts gift card, lotion, snacks, pens, tissues, chocolate, compression socks, and a t-shirt. Thank you to everyone who donated items and who helped assemble the bags. A special thank you to the Chatelains for delivering the bags to Cape Cod Hospital!

Cancer Care Bags 2023

Please check out this SignUpGenius link and sign up to bring items to fill care bags for cancer patients and appreciation bags for nurses. We will be assembling the bags on Sunday, February 19. Please see Kh. Alyssa with any questions.

Family Night is Resuming – February 11, 2023

Mark your calendars for the second Saturday of each month! Starting on Saturday, February 11, we will meet at 3:30 for a time of fellowship and board game playing before praying Vespers at 5:00. After Vespers we will enjoy a meal together. Everyone in our Saint Michael family is welcome, and you are encouraged to invite a friend! Bring your favorite board game! If you have any questions, please speak to Kh. Alyssa.

Scarfs Tying & Care Bag Distribution 2023

Thanks to a few friends of St. Michael, we were able to hang over fifty handmade (and a few more store-bought) scarves, hats, and mittens along Main Street in downtown Hyannis. In addition to the knit items, we distributed twenty-five “care bags”, which were filled with items such as socks, personal care items, snacks, and a Dunkin’ Donuts gift card. The care bags had been assembled on Friday by St. Michael’s homeschool meet-up group, and a crew of nineteen were gifted a balmy day on Sunday, February 5 to spread warmth to those stuck out in the cold. Thank you to all who made this project possible!

“On the coldest of days in the midst of winter, I walked out of our office on Main Street in Hyannis and found this lovely, handknit scarf – patiently waiting for the right person to come claim it, wrap up, and be that much warmer. This was placed by St Michael the Archangel Orthodox Church. What a gesture of love, understanding and hope.”
– Edye Nesmith, Executive Director, Cape Cod Council of Churches

Christmas Meals 2022

Now that Thanksgiving meals have been delivered, it is time to start working on our Christmas meal delivery! We will be donating hams, a grocery store gift card, and a tin of (HOMEMADE!) cookies to families in need this Christmas. Please consider making a monetary donation to help cover the cost of the hams and the grocery store gift cards. Also, we need about 250 DOZEN cookies to fill the cookie tins. That might sound like a lot, but each year we have managed to fill the tins to overflowing. Please bring all cookie donations to church by Sunday, December 18. We will be packaging the cookies during coffee hour.

Thank you, in advance, for helping to bring the Light of Christ to struggling families this Christmas!

Thanksgiving Meals 2022

Thank you to everyone who gave time, talent, and treasure to make possible our donation of 50 Thanksgiving meals! This year might have been a record for the number of parishioners who helped purchase, deliver, and pack the meals. Many hands are truly made for light work! Thank you for sharing your blessings with 50 families who will now have the opportunity to enjoy a bountiful meal on Thanksgiving.

Christmas Meals 2021

We will be delivering 50 Christmas meals to Faith Family Kitchen on Monday 12/20, and each meal will include a tin of (mostly) homemade cookies…which adds up to 200 dozen cookies! Please consider baking a few dozen (or more) cookies! All cookies need to be at the church by Sunday 12/19 so we can package them and have them ready for delivery the next day. Please speak to Kh. Alyssa if you plan to bake. Thank you!!!

In addition to homemade cookies, we are in need of monetary donations to cover the cost of the grocery store gift cards and the hams that are being given to each family as part of our Christmas meal donation. We are providing 50 families with meals, and your generosity is greatly appreciated! Please give your checks (made out to St. Michael with “Christmas Meals” in the memo) to Kh. Alyssa. Thank you for sharing the light of Christ this Nativity season!

Thanksgiving Meals 2021 – Thank You and Photos

Thank you to everyone who helped make our delivery of 50 Thanksgiving meals to Faith Family Kitchen, Hyannis possible! Thank you for donating food, donating money, making phone calls, picking up needed items, and helping deliver and pack the meals for each family! Thank you for your generosity and your time!