About St. Michael's

We invite you to share with us as fully as you wish in our worship, study and fellowship as a Christian community. It is the practice of St. Michael's to welcome all baptized persons in good standing in their own churches to join us in the sacrament of the Bread and Partaking of the Cup, as conscience allows.


A NURSERY is provided for infants and for the very young on Sundays from 8 AM to NOON.

Clergy and Staff


The Rev. D. Seth Donald was installed as the fifth Rector of St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in June of 2016.  Fr. Seth is a native  of Jennings, Louisiana and holds degrees from Rhodes College, BA; Centenary College, MBA; and The University of the South, M.Div.  Prior to being called to ordained life, Seth had a business career with a Fortune 30 company.  Fr. Seth is married to Amy Parratt Donald.  The Donald’s have three daughters: Mary Brooks, Eliza, and Mae who attend Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School.  In his spare time, Seth enjoys hunting, fishing, reading, gardening, and travel.  You can follow Seth’s blog, Ringneck Migration at sethdonald.wordpress.com.


Reverend David Seth Donald
Susan Arrington
Kay Vanchiere

Leslie Abraham
Paul White

Christy Scroggins

Avery Cook

Taylor Smith

Larry Bell

Choirmaster /Organist
Sunday School Coordinator
Youth Coordinator
Canterbury House College Ministry Chaplain
Administrative Assistant
Financial Secretary

Senior Warden
Junior Warden

Vestry Members:
Kody Cannon, Kelly Chatman, Jonathan Eastwood, Colleen Fontenot, Theresa George, Jon Gwatney, Jo MacPherson, David Ritchie, Taylor Smith, Jeff Schweitzer, and Kathy Venable.



Come Visit Us!

St. Michael's is located about 1/2 mile west of McNeese State University. From Interstate 10 heading East, take the I-210E Loop to the Ryan Street Exit. Turn left onto College Street. Go to the red light and turn right onto Ryan Street, heading south, to Sale Road. Turn right on Sale Road and head west about 1/2 mile. Turn left on Bayou Road to reach the church parking lot on the right.


From Interstate 10 heading West, take the I-210W Loop to the Ryan Street Exit. Turn left onto Ryan Street, heading south about 3 miles to Sale Road. Turn Right on Sale Road and go about 1/2 mile to Bayou Road. Turn left on Bayou Road to reach the church parking lot on the right.


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