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 19th

6:20pm – Choir rehearsal

Saturday 20th

9am – 12:45pm – Bulgarian education session, WCC1/2
9:30am – Prayers for our community

Sunday 21st

8am – Holy Communion, Lady Chapel
10am – Parish Communion with Holy Baptism
6pm – Choral Evensong

Monday 22nd

am – Boiler service
10am – Craft Group, WCC CH
10:15am – Wardens’ meeting, WCC1/2

Tuesday 23rd

7:30pm – WLTC auditions, WCC CH
8pm – Alpha 4 Home Group, 21 Marlborough Close

Wednesday 24th

10am – Holy Communion
10:45am – Tiny Tots
8pm – Holly Fair meeting, WCC CH

Thursday 25th

9:15am – Roof Alarm service
10:30am – Quiet Day, Albury
7:30pm – WLTC auditions, WCC CH

Friday 26th

9am – St Michael’s Mums’ Prayer & Fellowship, WCC CH
2:30pm – Coffee morning set up, WCC CH
6:20pm – Choir rehearsal

Saturday 27th

9:30am – Prayers for our community
10am – Coffee morning, WCC CH
3:30-4:20pm – Bellringing – Young at Herts

Sunday 28th

8am – Holy Communion, Lady Chapel
10am – Parish Communion
6pm – Evensong

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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Coffee morning 27th October