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A service to Celebrate Marriage at St Michael's Church, Tilehurst, Reading
As part of our Patronal Festival later this year, we are planning to hold a service to celebrate marriage on Saturday 1st October 2016 and would like to invite as many people as we can who were married at St Michael's Church. If you, or someone you know, was married at St Michael's (no matter how long ago it was, nor if they are widowed, or divorced - they may still wish to celebrate their marriage) please send their names and current contact details, and, if possible, the date of the marriage, to Mrs Eileen White or Mrs Jenny Beeney, c/o St Michael's Parish Office, St Michael's Church, Routh Lane, Tilehurst, RG30 4JX by 31st March 2016.
More information about the celebration will be publicised in April and again at the end of August/ beginning of September.
In the mean time do get in touch with St Michael's if you would like any more information.
St Michael's Church - Lych Gate View St Michael's Church - from Routh Lane
Welcome to St Michael's, a calm and peaceful place of prayer, worship and hospitality within the suburban area of Reading. Our beautiful church is used regularly for worship and prayers are said daily. We hope that you will feel God's presence and take his peace with you when you leave. Christians have been worshipping here for at least seven hundred years. This church was constructed in the 13th century AD and is dedicated to St Michael.
St Michael's congregation meets regularly to witness the love of God expressed in life, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our worship is focussed on the Eucharist - the communion meal, which is celebrated each Sunday morning and mid week on a Wednesday morning. We draw strength from worshipping and praying together and being part of the worldwide community of Christians which endeavours to love and serve God in every aspect of life.
Take yourself on a pilgrimage as you walk round the church and you will come upon certain places which may prompt you to reflect on their spiritual significance.
Remember also, as you pass the tombs and epitaphs of those remembered in this church, that you are one of many thousands who have walked this way as they journeyed through their lives.
Please take a moment to think of those that you love in your own lives.
You can find details of our regular services, as well as special services and other events, together with our latest news and you can also find out how to join one of our church groups, which include choirs, bell ringers and the flower team. Just select a link from the menu bar above.
We look forward to welcoming you to St Michael's and hope very much that you enjoy your visit.