Details of services and links for the coming week and beyond are
now on the SERVICES/REGULAR SERVICES page
As some will know, there are plans for the Diocese to sell part of the large Vicarage garden at St.Michaels and for it to be redeveloped for housing, the PCC of St.Michaels has voted in favour of this initiative. The official announcement is:
'A Notice giving the objects of proposed pastoral reorganisation affecting this parish has been displayed near the main door and on the Church of England website. The Notice includes the last date by which representations regarding the proposed reorganisation may be made to the Church Commissioners.'
More details of the process and arrangements for representation are on a separate page, click HOME and VICARAGE GARDEN DEVELOPMENT above.
Following the recent Government announcement and Church of England guidelines, our service details will change from Thursday November 4th for the next four weeks and will be a blend of private prayer and online worship, please see SERVICES then REGULAR SERVICES above - details for this Sunday and following Wednesday are now online.
Brief details are: Tuesday morning services will be Private Prayer from 9.30am until 11.00am. An additional Private Prayer opening will be on Fridays from 3pm to 5pm. On Wednesday evenings at 9.30pm there will be an on line service of Compline via Zoom.
Sunday services will also be conducted by Zoom; readings and service sheets will be available by email nearer the time of the service. If you would like to join us, please use the Contact Us form and we will make arrangements.
Also see SERVICES then FORTHCOMING SERVICES for news of the Swan Group Advent Service!
Please check this website regularly for any updates and changes which may take place.
In accordance with legislation effective from September 23rd, we have prepared and are displaying the NHS Contact Track and Trace QR code posters in our Hall and Narthex. At the moment this is for Hall users only, there is no requirement to use this when attending a service of worship but logging in will certainly help the NHS to follow the situation.
For those who are unfamiliar with this, please use your favourite search engine for NHS Covid-19 App and the details are all there. The website says:
The new NHS COVID-19 app, now available to download for free in England and Wales, is the fastest way to see if you're at risk from coronavirus. The faster you know, the quicker you can alert and protect your loved ones and community. The app has a number of tools to protect you, including contact tracing, local area alerts and venue check-in. It uses proven technology from Apple and Google, designed to protect every user’s privacy.
All you need to do is download the app to your smartphone, give a few details and the app will start working. On arrival at SMAAA, or any other venue, simply scan the QR code at the entrance and that’s all there is to it. Protect your loved ones. Download the app.
All are welcome to join us here at St.Michael's in our worship and in our various activities. Our worship follows a high Anglican format and we are proud of our strong musical roots.
We are a church with a big heart that worships in a big building, that heart is to see God's kingdom
break through into the lives of our families, friends and neighbours.
‘Let no one be a stranger in our midst!’
We now have more detail about our Clerestory windows written by the artist Rachel Wroe Sawkoe.
Check the link from the Clerestory page under 'ABOUT US' above.
St. Michael & All Angels Parish Church is committed to care and protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults. Staff, PCC members and volunteers within this organisation accept and recognise our responsibilities to develop awareness of the issues which cause these people harm.
Our Safeguarding Officer is Jane Clarke, telephone 0121 743 4089
The Birmingham Diocese Bishops Safeguarding Advisor is Steph Hayes, telephone 07342 993 844
To view our full Safeguarding Policy document, please click the button below
DATA PRIVACY: We are obliged to publish a statement regarding Data Privacy,
please see the link under HOME above.
Please note we have a Loop System installed in the church. To use it simply switch your hearing aid to the 'T' position.
As many other sites have published their policy on cookies, we need to advise of our policy.
We don't have cookies.
We have biscuits.
And what's more, we usually serve them with tea and coffee after the main Sunday morning service so, once we get back to more normal times, why not pop in and see which crunchy favourites are on offer?
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