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COVID update Church has re-opened for public worship
See below for information about booking a place at one of the three Sunday services.

On-line service 10:30am on Sunday
Take part, at home, in this live-streamed service
see Service Video page for details.

St Michael’s – re-opening of public worship

Dear friends,

We are delighted to confirm that we shall be opening our doors once again for in-person worship at St Michael’s from Easter Day (4th April 2021).  Each Sunday there will be three identical Eucharist services

  • 8:00am
  • 10:30am  (with some organ music) – live-streamed
  • 6:30pm  (with some organ music)

As before, you will need to pre-book your place each week to ensure that we can seat you safely, in line with social distancing guidance.  Bookings open on the Monday prior to each service, and will be taken by the Parish Office either by email, or by phone during office hours (refer to the Contact Us webpage for details).  Click here for important details about these communion services.

We shall continue to live-stream the 10:30am Communion Service on Sunday each week  for those who are unable to join us in the building, or who are simply not ready to gather together with others just yet.  Please do not feel that there is any pressure to come in person if you feel at all uncomfortable about doing so.

The church will also be open on Wednesday mornings from 10-12 for individual prayer.

Assuring you of our love and continuing prayers.

Liz Ratcliffe and the St Michael’s Team
March 2021

Things to do on our website ...

  • Church members are invited to get together for a virtual coffee morning at 11:45am on Sunday - see Pew Notices page for details.
  • We invite you to use our Service of the Word, at home, daily at 12 noon.

  • You can read our weekly Pew Notices.

  • Read St Michael's Church News (May edition) a 'web-friendly' version of our monthly Parish Magazine.

  • Updated - You can read our COVID-19 procedures, which are designed for the health and safety of everyone participating in services or private prayer at church.

  • Or you can browse the rest of our website using the menu.

The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.