A message to all who live in Paulsgrove from St. Michael’s and All Angels Church – we are here for you
St Michael & All Angels has served Paulsgrove for over 60 years , it is an important part of the local community and sits at the very heart of Paulsgrove
COVID-19 following government advice, Churches are having to adapt to some new ways of worship and for many this has been challenging and disappointing, but please don’t think the church has closed its doors – it hasn’t!
We have mass on alternate Sundays and offer private prayer on Wednesdays – when possible the doors are open every day from 10am – 4pm for anyone to come and go as they wish, to light a candle, say a prayer or enjoy the peace.
At St Michael’s we are still able to serve you in these difficult times. Baptisms (Christenings), weddings and funerals can still go ahead (although congregation sizes have to be limited for obvious reasons). All we ask is that you wash your hands upon arrival and maintain a 2m distance between other people.
Paulsgrove is a thriving and unique community, and as a symbol of the value to our community we launched the Proud to be Paulsgrove project in 2014 and following a successful lottery bid welcomed the St M’s Co-op to the church in 2019.
St M’s is all about developing strengths with local people by connecting in new and vibrant ways.
The pandemic has demonstrated a lot of unity and as we begin to open up again, we are committed to playing a positive part in the life of Paulsgrove, every day.
We are recruiting two, new exciting roles here to enable St M’s to fly and to help make a Paulsgrove a great place to be.
2021 – although most activity at St M’s is currently suspended, this doesn’t mean things are not happening, the church and St M’s have started a FREE take out supper treat ‘Meatball Mondays’ for all local residents, delicious hot food available from 5pm every Monday – you just have to pop along and collect it
We are always delighted to welcome new people to St Michael’s, please do introduce yourself to the clergy and other members of the congregation. Sunday’s Parish Eucharist is celebrated in the main body of the church with midweek services celebrated in our beautiful Lady Chapel.
A Eucharist held in the lounge at Bresler House – everybody welcome. (Please inform Fr. Ian in advance if you are not a resident and wish to attend).
Everybody welcome for morning worship with Holy Communion and activities for young people in our Sunday School.
Every third Sunday of the month join us for our Altogether Service where the young members of our congregation read, serve and lead the prayers
Our latest news and events in and around the church and community
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