Stained Glass Windows Created by John Tatschl, 1957 Photography by Bill and Elsa d'Ellis
Gallery St. Michael
Currently on display:
In the Galería: Wood block prints on the The Life of Christ, by John Tatschl
In the Pavilion: John Coe in Ethiopia, 1962-1966
Virtual Exhibit: John Coe in Ethiopia, 1962-1966
Our annual Mercado features parish artists and authors.
Liturgical Arts / Flower Guild
The Liturgical Arts Guild provides an environment in which spiritual growth through prayer and worship can occur. For those participating in the guild, it offers opportunities for fellowship; the study of scripture, the church year, and the meaning of major feast days and seasons; and their expression in non-verbal means. The primary purpose is to enhance worship; the secondary purpose is to encourage and support creative expressions of the messages of our faith. Flowers for the church are supplied through donations from parishioners and arranged by the Flower Guild. To make a dedication or donation please fill out a form in the Parish Hall.
Icon & Pysanki Guild
Second Saturday of the Month at 9 am in the Parish Hall
The studio provides an opportunity for spiritual growth through fellowship and study. The studio is an outgrowth of the series of classes in iconography begun about 10 years ago at St. Michael’s, and now shared with other parishes. Those who have continued in their iconography gather regularly to work on icons and to share advice and information. About 3 years ago, after some classes in pysanki (egg decorating) were offered to St. Michael’s, we recognized that those who are drawn to this craft would benefit from a regular opportunity to practice and improve their skills.
The icon of Mary in the church foyer.
Arts of New Mexico
St. Michael's embraces the arts and crafts of Hispanic and Native New Mexico throughout its building and worship.
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