Welcome

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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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.

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Volunteers needed


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Message from Camilla

The years spent as Vicar at St Michaels have been the most amazing time of ministry.  Together we have improved our buildings and resources for the Church and Community so we are able to provide modern support to businesses in the hall and to worship or concerts.

We have grown in our faith and in understanding what loving God and others looks like so are involved in caring for the world by supporting key charities and in providing places of friendship and welcome for all times of life. The prayer ministry and worship is so varied and all done because of the dedication and shared ministry of the people who make up the church.

As you look at this website, whether for business or faith I hope you will recognize a community made up of many facets. People who belong to a community, people who want to attend christian community, people who want to help others effectively and an organisation which embraces the modern world both socially and in supporting local business or events.

I am sure the next person appointed as vicar will find a vibrant community keen to grow and continue learning and working together and I wish them all well.

Camilla Walton