When are services?
- Saturday - 6:00 p.m.
- Sunday - 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
- Monday - 6:30 p.m.
- Tuesday - Friday 8:15 a.m.
When is confession available?
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is typically offered the fourth Saturday of the month from 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM. Confessions are also available by appointment.
- Fourth Saturday of each month from 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
What should I wear?
We want you to feel comfortable. After all, we are thrilled that you're joining us and want you to be more focused on the service than what you're wearing. In the summertime, it's not uncommon to see people wearing sandals, shorts, and T-shirts. Others prefer to still put on their "Sunday best," and that's fine too! However, we do request that shorts be of a conservative length (no “short-shorts”) and that in general, clothing be respectable and conservative.
How do I get to St. Michael?
St. Michael Church is located at 3705 Stone Lakes Drive, Louisville 40299.
Approximately 1 mile West on Taylorsville Road from the Gene Snyder Freeway (Hwy 841/264 West).
Where should I park?
We have parking lots on the north, west and south sides of the campus. The main church entrance is on the west side of the church. You may park in any available spot. There is no reserved parking except for the ample handicapped-accessible spots in both parking lots. We ask that you never park in fire lines or on the grass.
Where do my children go?
At St. Michael, we believe it is important for children of all ages to attend mass with their families. During the 11:00 mass, children can go out to Break Open The Word,
during the Children's Liturgy of the Word. A “cry room” is located to far left of the altar, to the right of the church main entrance. There are large windows and a sound system to allow you to hear and participate in the mass.
Families who do not attend St. Michael School typically attend CCD which is offered at 9:45 AM during the school year. We ask that in addition to attending CCD all children attend mass with their families as well. Download the CCD class Schedule.
I’m not Catholic ... so, how do I know when to sit, stand and kneel?
There’s no need to be self-conscious about the postures and responses used during worship. Most visitors just follow the lead of the St. Michael parishioners. However, we do have worship aids located in each pew that provide you with the order of the mass, the postures, and the words to each prayer. If you don't see a worship aid in your pew, ask an usher, and they will be happy to bring you one.
I’m not Catholic ... is it okay for me to participate in communion?
Communion, or The Eucharist, is the most intimate expression of our faith. Catholics believe that the host is literally the body of Christ, transformed from bread by the priest presiding over the service. Most evangelicals think of Communion as symbolic, so it makes sense that they are not as strict about having the right relationship to it as Catholics and Orthodox Christians who believe it is a sacrament and the true presence of Christ. So, if you are not Catholic, we ask that you not receive communion. However, those not receiving the Body of Christ and Precious blood are invited to come forward with their hands crossed over their chests for a special blessing.
Am I expected to put money in the offering?
If you are visiting with us, we don't expect you to put money in the offering, and you are welcome to just let it pass you by. If you consider St. Michael your church home, we'd love for you to prayerfully consider giving to St. Michael on a weekly basis. You can give by check or cash during the service, or you can sign up for auto-enrollment here
I have a hearing problem. Is there any special assistance?
Yes! For those who are hearing impaired, we have special hearing devices that you can wear that will allow you to control the volume. If you think this would be beneficial to you, please ask one of the ushers located at the back of the church to provide you with a headset.