About Us

Who We Are

Founded in 1786, with the current sanctuary dating from 1875, St. Michael's enjoys a long history of presence in and service to the community. With a total membership of over 320 and active Sunday worship attendance of over 100, we are engaged in a significant set of ministries to the community and the world around us.

Our Community

Naugatuck was incorporated in 1844, and operates today under a Borough form of government. It is a demographically and economically diverse community of nearly 31, 500 residents. A former manufacturing hub, many of the historically based businesses have left the city, leaving a primarily service based economy. Naugatuck is also known as the "Most Patriotic Town in CT" and holds a longstanding tradition of honoring our veterans and fallen soldiers.

We are located on the Metro North line and within easy driving distance to the region's mountains, beaches, and larger cities. There is an abundance of recreational and cultural opportunities for all tastes within easy reach.

Your First Visit - Hours, Directions, and Parking

Sunday Services: 8:00 a.m. & 10:00 a.m.

Office Visiting Hours: 

Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. to noon, and by appointment at other times.


Parking is available in our Meadow Street Parking lot (adjacent to the Church and Green) offering Handicap parking. On the street parking around the Naugatuck Green on Meadow and Division Streets, is also available. We use the Salem School Parking Lot (across the street from the Meadow Street Church parking lot) as overflow only on weekends.

Our campus

Our grounds include our beautiful 19th-century red brick church, the historic early 20th Parish Hall, and the modern office adjacent to the church at the top of the access ramp from our parking lot on Meadow Street (GPS address 95 Meadow Street, Naugatuck)


When you arrive at one of our Sunday services, you will be greeted and welcomed by members of the clergy and lay ministers of hospitality. Ushers, will provide you with a bulletin and answer any questions you may have! 


Music is an integral part of our worship life. Many opportunities exist for choral and ensemble singing, available to all ages and for all people. For more information, or to learn how to be involved in the music programming at St. Michael’s please come visit or give us a call.

Coffee Hour

After worship is over, we invite you into the wing of the Church (the exit door immediately to the left of the altar) for coffee, refreshments, and an opportunity to meet your fellow worshipers and our clergy. We will be delighted to greet you and to get to know you better!

Getting to know you better

We hope that your first visit and follow-up visits to St. Michael’s on the Green are wonderful experiences. Take a moment before you leave to fill out a Welcome Card and give it to one of the greeters or place it in the offering collection. You may also email us, or call the parish office at 203-729-8249, for more information. A staff member or parish volunteer will follow up with you to answer any questions that you may have about St. Michael’s. If you need to speak with a priest or have a pastoral emergency, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us, and you will be put in touch with one of the clergy.

St. Michael’s Episcopal Parish

We are located at 210 Church Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770 (Office has a GPS location of 95 Meadow Street) and may be contacted at 203-729-8249 or stmichaelsnaugatuck@gmail.com.