The Rev. Rob Clarke, Interim/Priest in Charge
I remember in my youth ditching Sunday school and playing in the park across the street from the church. There were two Civil War cannons gone green with age that were much more interesting than the old man trying to teach us who knows what. But at least I acquired the habit of attending every Sunday.
Contact Fr. Rob:
505.345.8147 Ext. 112
The Rev. Kristin Schultz, Associate Clergy
Kristin is a Lutheran Pastor, married to Lee Liming, and mom of Evan, Noah, and Micah. She grew up in Albuquerque, and is thrilled to be living here again after going to school and beginning her ministry in the Midwest. Albuquerque is a great place to raise kids, and St. Michael and All Angels is a great church for families! read more...
505.345.8147 Ext. 115
The Rev. Deacon Judith Jenkins, Assisting Clergy
Born in 1942, in Albuquerque, Judith's journey in the Christian faith began early and by the time she was in 2nd grade she was singing in the choir at the Presbyterian Church. She attended college in Colorado, receiving her undergraduate degree in history and political science at CSU.
505.345.8147 Ext. 110
The Rev. Susan Allison-Hatch, Assisting Clergy
Fifteen years ago, Susan Allison-Hatch heard a colleague say, "We've decided to go ahead and build our new House of Worship. And we've decided to do so with love". The following Sunday Susan accompanied her colleague to St. Michael's. A few months later, she joined the New Members Class. read more...
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Day School Director
505-345-8147 Ext. 114
9:00 am Music Director
11:15 am Choir & Children's Choir Director
5:00 pm Music Director
Cathy Bailey, Rector's Warden
St. Michael and All Angels began as a mission of St. John’s Cathedral in 1950. On the occasion of our 50th anniversary, we produced a history of our church.
From the Preface:
The narrative that follows is a compilation of interviews, meeting minutes, official documents and historical data. Of all these resources, the memories of the parishioners are, by far, the greatest treasures. Documents provide accurate data, of course, but the vignettes that are stirred in discussing the past bring forth a warm and loving picture of St. Michael’s. In many ways the parish, although a larger community 50 years later, has retained much of the special character described in the early days.