Welcome to St. Michael's, Boldmere.
"Come, Belong, Worship, Grow."
At St. Michael’s, we seek to build a community together where all are welcomed and feel included, where Jesus Christ is worshipped, where faith in Him is developed, and where everyone may be empowered to reach out to serve the needs of others in His name.
Our services, listed below, offer a range of different worship styles for all ages.
Why not come along to one of our services? We would love to meet you.
9.00am Traditional church service that includes Holy Communion. The Book of Common Prayer is used in this service on the first Sunday of the month.
10.30am Informal worship service with a creche and activity groups for children and young people aged 2-18 years. The fourth Sunday of each month includes Communion.
6.00pm Evening worship service in the South Aisle Chapel including Holy Communion on the second Sunday of each month.
10.00am Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer.
Monday to Friday:
9.00am Morning prayer.
Here's the image of the painting from St Catherine's Monastery, Sinai, called "Jesus and his friend" that Rev. Gary referred to in his sermon on the 10th May - Listen here.
Doubting Thomas or Trusting Thomas? "Looking, for ourselves, at the risen Jesus!"
Here are images of the paintings used in Rev. Gary's sermon on John 20:19-31.
Listen to the sermons from 12th April here.
Listen to the sermons from Easter Sunday 5th April
The Empty Tomb - Mark 16:1-8
Good Friday 3rd April
Please do listen to the readings and talks from this service using the Sermons tab. They are a rich source of material to help us draw closer to Jesus.
N.B. The service has been edited and split into three parts for your convenience - Don't miss out! Listen to all 3!
In Mark's Gospel we find a moving account of Jesus' journey to the Cross. This Lent we have looked closely at the events that led to Jesus' crucifixion by exploring Mark chapters 14 and 15 in the Gospel and concluded with the empty tomb and 'He is Risen' in chapter 16 on Easter Sunday. these themes from Mark's Gospel were picked up in our worship, preaching and prayers in the services.
How to use the rotas The login section of this website is only used for Church members who are involved in doing duties at services.