St Michael & All Angels Church is delighted to welcome everyone. Our mission is to encounter and develop a loving relationship with God, and to take the gospel out into the community in love and service while providing a supportive Christian fellowship.  We are a friendly, welcoming church. We wish to continue and develop our work with families with less formal worship, while continuing our services focussed on sacramental spirituality and prayer following the liturgical year.  We believe in living our faith through care for others in the local and wider community as well as within the church membership. We desire to share our belief that Jesus loves us whatever our race, gender etc and in his summary of the commandments to love God and our neighbours as ourselves.

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Sadly there will be no services in St Michaels on Wednesday and Sundays until further notice but there will be a livestreamed Team Service from St Mary’s at 10 am on Sundays, plus other on line worship, with effect from Sunday 3rd January and using the following link Beaconsfield Team Ministry – YouTube

Virtual Services

Sunday – available to watch anytime – a short Team Family Service via YouTube


Saturday 9am – Morning Prayer using Iona Community worship via YouTube https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=beaconsfield+ministry+team  

Sunday – Saturday 7pm – Compline/Night Prayer, via Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/beaconsfieldteamministry/ and YouTube (as above).

In addition, a service of Compline is  streamed on Facebook each evening at 7pm.

To access, simply click on the “F” symbol at the top or the foot of this page.  You do not need a Facebook account to watch the service: just click on ‘Posts’, ignore ‘Log in or Create a New Account’ and scroll down until you reach the appropriate video. Earlier services are still available further down. If obscured by a further invitation to subscribe, click on ‘Not now’ at the bottom. If no sound, click on the picture. You can watch the earlier services at any time.

As we know, Christmas is very different this year and, to keep us all safe, that goes for Christmas worship too.  So our Crib/Nativity Service will be virtual and carol services at which we can sing will only be possible outdoors.  These will be publicised separately.  Despite everything, there will be plenty of ways for us to fully celebrate Christmas and joyfully welcome the Christ child!

At St Michael’s there will be the usual pattern of in church worship – 10am on Sundays and 9 am on Wednesdays – up to and including Wednesday 23rd December.  Thereafter, special Christmas Services will be:

Christmas Eve – 8.00 pm – Holy Communion with recorded carols

Christmas Eve – 11.15 pm – Holy Communion with recorded carols

Christmas Morning – 10 am – Family Service with Holy Communion and recorded carols



What is different about these three services and what you need to do if you wish to attend:

Please book by sending an email by 20th December to churchoffice@stmichaelsbeaconsfield.org.uk

 c.c. vicar@stmichaelsbeaconsfield.org.uk detailing:

  • Which service you wish to attend (please chose just one of the three available)
  • The number of people in your party. (There is no restriction on numbers if they are your “Christmas bubble”)
  • The names of your party (for track and trace purposes)
  • Your telephone number (preferably mobile)


Better still, please make a Christmas donation to St Michael’s via this QR code,

which is also on display in church.

What applies to all our services?:

  • Please allow extra time to register your details on arrival.
  • Inside the church 2m social distancing will separate individuals and family groups/”bubbles”.
  • Please wear a face covering if over 11 years of age.
  • Sadly there can be no singing except in our hearts!  
  • In line with Government requirements please do not mingle/socialise with others at the service, before or afterwards – sorry, we know this is hard!

I know we all regret the strangeness of these times – and particularly the requirement to pre-book Christmas services – but we still have much to be thankful for, not least the God-given skills of those in the medical profession who have cared for us throughout this pandemic and the scientists who  have developed the vaccines which will bring normality back into our lives in 2021.  And so in our Advent watching and waiting, we send every blessing for the Comfort and Joy of the season to come.

Fundraising for St Michael and All Angels Church. Our Projects so far. We are continuously improving St Michael and All Angels Church. Recently we resurfaced the Church Path & Church Car Park used by many church goers, hall and meeting room users. If you would like to contribute financially towards our projects, you can do this through Golden Giving.

Rotas, please sign up

Volunteers needed

Bulrushes (Talk to Zoe C.)

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