St Michael's Church

Serving God and the Community

Welcome to St Michael’s, Bishop’s Stortford

The church is open as a quiet place for visitors, as well as for regular daily services and for private prayer. We welcome families and have crèche and Sunday school facilities for children of all ages at the Parish Communion service. We aim to be a welcoming and transforming community of people who know, love and serve God. We are part of the Church of England.

Morning Prayer 8.45am Monday – Friday

Saturday 22nd

9:30am – Prayers for our community
10am – Interviews for Banns and Weddings (by appointment only)
10:30am – St Joseph’s use of WCC1/2
10:30am – Meager birthday party, WCC CH

Sunday 23rd

8am – Holy Communion, Lady Chapel
10am – Parish Communion with Holy Baptism of Caroline Dunn, Monty Dunn, Sandra Hilsdon and Gary Jones
followed by coffee/tea and celebratory cake in the Windhill Churches Centre
12:30pm – Holy Baptism of Peter Lawson and Dylan Lowe
6pm – Evensong
7:30pm – Youth Alpha, Cowell House

Monday 24th

10am – Craft Group, WCC CH
2pm – MU Committee Meeting, WCC2
7-8:30pm – Contexture, WCC CH

Tuesday 25th

9:15am – Reception visit to Church
4:30pm – Worship Group meeting, WCC2
7:45pm – WLTC rehearsal, WCC CH
8pm – Confirmation session, WCC1

Wednesday 26th

10am – Holy Communion
10:45am – Tiny Tots
7pm – Confirmation rehearsal at St James, Thorley
8pm – Fabric Committee meeting, WCC2

Thursday 27th

10:30am – Quiet Day, Albury

Friday 28th

6:45pm – Choir rehearsal

Saturday 29th

9:30am – Prayers for our community
10am – Interviews for Banns and Weddings (by appointment only)
10am-12noon – Bumper Coffee Morning
12:30pm – Peal Attempt

Sunday 30th – Godparents’ Sunday

8am – Holy Communion, Lady Chapel
10am – Parish Communion
11:40am – Annual Parochial Church Meeting, WCC CH
No service at 6pm

St Michael's Church, Bishops Stortford

St Michael’s is the church at the
centre of Bishop’s Stortford. There has probably been a church on this site
since the seventh century,  but the church as seen today was largely built
in the early 1400’s.

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