"In a meadow, far from the road, you'll find this little fortress, this citadel of faith, this holy place, this church they call Saint Michael's."
Rev. Jack Bradberry
Welcome to Saint Michael's, Broken Arrow! For the past 135 years, the Reformed Episcopal Church has existed as the heir of evangelical Anglican Christianity. As such, we have maintained the worship of our fore bearers in both pattern and expression, and have retained their firm adherence to the Holy Scriptures as the Word of God written -- our "sole rule of faith and practice."
For over thirty years, Saint Michael's has worshipped in a building that was built to be its Parish Hall and Sunday school building. That certainly wasn't the plan, but the departure from the Episcopal Church in 1984, forced the church to re-purchase her own property and the dreams of building a new church became dreams of survival. The faithfulness of this little band of believers over the years, however, has met crisis after crisis, and continues, Sunday after Sunday to worship and serve the Lord.
Our dream of building a new building to the glory of God, still remains unfinished. As a parish in the Reformed Episcopal Church and no longer distracted by the constant diocesan struggles of the past; Saint Michael's can again dream her dreams -- not just the material fabrication of a new building -- but of a thriving congregation, filled with the joy and laughter of children and the love and concern of men and women committed to the cause of Christ.
We invite you to join us in our quest. But more importantly, we pray that you will find a church home, regardless of denomination, where you can be fed and nourished by the sacraments and services of Christ's church, which is built upon the foundation of the Apostles and Prophets, Jesus Christ being the Head Corner Stone.