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

Friday 8th

6:45pm – Choir rehearsal

Saturday 9th

9:30am – Prayers for our community
10am – Interviews for Banns and Weddings (by appointment only)
3pm – Rehearsal
6:30pm – Herts & Essex School, Carols at Christmas

Sunday 10th

8am – Holy Communion, Lady Chapel
10am – Parish Communion
3:30pm – Carols and Candlelight Service
with Daniel Robinson and Sons
then refreshments in Windhill Churches Centre
No service at 6pm

Monday 11th

10am – Set up
10am – Craft Group, WCC CH
10:30am – Wardens’ meeting, WCC1/2
1pm – Rehearsal
6pm – Choir sing carols at Frere Court
7pm – Primary Schools’ Carol Service

Tuesday 12th

1pm – Rehearsal
7pm – Primary Schools’ Carol Service

Wednesday 13th

10am – Holy Communion,
10:45am – Tiny Tots
2pm – Mothers’ Union Advent Service
6:30pm – St Michael’s outsourced booking, WCC CH
8pm – Holly Fair review meeting

Thursday 14th

9:30am – Birchwood rehearsal
1:45pm – Northgate School Carol Service
7pm – Carols by Candlelight with Birchwood High School

Friday 15th

9-10am – Prayer & Fellowship Group for Mums, WCC CH
11am – Rehearsal
2:15pm – TBSHS Sixth Form Service
6:45pm – Choir rehearsal

Saturday 16th

9:30am – Prayers for our community
10am – Interviews for Banns and Weddings (by appointment only)

Sunday 17th

8am – Holy Communion, Lady Chapel
10am – Parish Communion
Tea, coffee and mince pies afterwards, WCC CH
3pm – Choir rehearsal
6pm – Service of Nine Lessons and Carols

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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