OUR MINISTRIES

 

St Michael's mission work takes place inside the Church, Church Croft, St Michael's Primary School and in our local community.  

Weekly services

 

These include at the following Sunday services:

  • Holy Communion at 8 a.m. (on the first Sunday of the month)

  • Parish Communion at 10.15 a.m.

  • Sundays at 6 p.m. services (on a four week rotation) 

  • Morning Prayers at 9 a.m. every week day

Children

 

A variety of services takes place on a regular basis at St Michael's and they include:

  • Sunday School (for children aged 3 to 11) at 10 a.m. each Sunday during school terms in Church Croft 

  • The Loft (for mid to late teens)

  • Family Praise at 4 p.m. on the first Sunday of each month in Church.  

Older people

 

Home Communions, pastoral and sick visiting is available to members of our congregation from the Ministry Team and a group of trained volunteers.  

Baptisms

 

Baptisms take place during our Parish Communion if you are a member of our congregation, or they take place at 12 noon on Sundays.

If you are interested in using St Michael's Church for a baptism service you will need to book this in advance by attending Parish Office.

Weddings

 

Our historic and picturesque Church and grounds make it a popular venue to hold weddings throughout the year.  A variety of different options are available to make your service extra special. 

 

In the first instance please attend Parish Office to discuss this further.  

Funerals

 

The Church can of course be used for a loved one's funeral service.  This can be very important for local families as the building has often been the venue for their family's weddings and baptisms as well.

In the first instance please contact the Ministry Team to discuss this further.  

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