The St. Michael’s parish family includes nearly 300 households, including single people, couples, families of different racial and ethnic backgrounds, gay and straight families, families with children of all ages, and many older members who have contributed to the life of the parish for decades. Our diversity is an important part of our identity.
While most parishioners live in the town of Milton, many come from nearby communities such as Quincy, Randolph, Canton, Mattapan, and Dorchester. Some parishioners have been Episcopalians all their lives, others have come from a wide range of religious traditions.
St. Michael’s leadership consists of a Rector and Assistant Rector who are primarily responsible for worship, pastoral care, and Christian formation and a Vestry, the formal lay leadership of parish.
Hall Kirkham joined the staff as Rector in March 2012. Assistant Rector Karen Maleri joined the staff in 2009.