From all the saints at St. Michael’s, sinners saved by grace through faith in Christ Jesus, welcome to a biblical, liturgical and traditional body of believers who worship Almighty God in Spirit and in Truth. We extend to you a warm invitation to join in our fellowship as we love God and love one another.
After the Holy Bible, St. Michael’s is grounded in the creeds of the historic church, the Articles of Religion and the Book of Common Prayer.
The Rev. Robert Francisco Ahrens was ordained as an Anglican priest on July 27, 1997 and is curate at St. Michael’s Anglican Church. In addition to his duties at St. Michael’s, he holds monthly communion services at Tulsa Nursing Center and at Church of Our Savior, our sister church in Joplin, MO.
Before entering the priesthood, he had a career in medical technology in Denver and Tulsa and in sales as owner of Ahrens Sales Company. He grew up in Tulsa and received a BS degree in Medical Technology in 1969. For many years, he was active with the Boy Scouts of America and was a founding member of the Tulsa Rugby Club. Ahrens is married and has two sons and four grandsons.
Our Vestry and Officers
Dan McDonald, senior warden; Ron Baker, junior warden; Gale Heritage, Sam Duvall; Kenneth Higgins, treasurer; Judy Duvall, secretary
St. Michael’s is a congregation of the Reformed Episcopal Church, formed in 1873 to maintain the Reformed character of Anglicanism in the United States. After the Holy Bible, the REC is grounded in the creeds of the historic church, the Articles of Religion and the Book of Common Prayer.
The Reformed Episcopal Church is a founding jurisdiction of the Anglican Church in North America, constituted in 2008 to preserve and advance the orthodox and historic Anglican witness in the United States and Canada.