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1st, 3rd and 4th Sunday

9.30 am – Holy Communion. 

A service with hymns and music, followed by refreshments in the parish hall.


2nd Sunday

9.30 am - All Age Worship.

A shorter, simpler service suitable for families with children.


Special services as announced.

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Following the services on Sunday and Thursday, tea and coffee are served in the Hall.


10am - A Short, Quiet Service of Holy Communion Every week followed by

Coffee and Catch up in the Hall.

Morning Prayer

10am - on Monday and Wednesday

via ZOOM: an opportunity to recharge your batteries and share in a live and interactive time of prayer.  There's always time for a chat at the end!

Please contact Revd Tim Curate

Tel 01925 942905

Email tim@standrewslive  to receive the link and access details.

Bride and groom walking down the aisle

St Michael’s Church is a great setting for your wedding. Thanks to changes in the law, you now have more choice about which church to marry in.  Please speak to us well in advance to discuss the options open to you.

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Wedding Blessing / Renewal of Vows

Many people who have a civil wedding, whether in the UK or abroad, also feel they would like to dedicate their marriage to God in church soon afterwards.

People also sometimes wish to renew their vows at the time of a significant anniversary.

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Everyone is welcome to have their child christened in their parish church.  During the Christening service your baby / child will be baptized.  


There are around 10,000 babies and children baptized in the Church of England every month. We also welcome adults who wish to be baptized.  


Your child is precious to you and precious to God. At Baptism you make a decision to start your child on a journey of faith. The church and the godparents support the family and the child in this decision.

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Funerals can be arranged in consultation with the Priest in charge and Funeral Directors.

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