Welcome to St Michael's Church


    "Come, Belong, Worship, Grow."



    In response to the increased incidence of verbal and physical attacks in the United Kingdom on people from a variety of ethnic backgrounds I would like to make the following statement:


    St Michael’s Church is a Christian community in Boldmere within which there is no place for verbal or physical abuse, mocking and bullying of people because of their gender, ethnicity, age, sexuality, faith and ability.


    Rev’d Gary Birchall

    For more Bee Weekend photos go to 'Photos'

    View all the Bee Art entries here


    9.00am Holy Communion

     10.30am Worship for All (Children's Groups most Sundays in term time)

     6.00pm Evening Worship/Night Prayer (2nd Sunday Holy Communion with anointing)


    10.00am Holy Communion

    Please look at the calendar for more information

    Weekly Notices          Prayer Diary          Readings

    St Michael's People at the Boldmere Music Festival

    Jeanette, our Children's and Families' Missioner, chats with a family

    Trudy and intense craft concentration

    Diana and Emma with Boldmere Futures Partnership

    Prayer Notes

    Rev'd Gary dedicates the new Defribulator to be positioned outside Age UK

    What's new on the website

    Item Date Added
    PCC Minutes for 18th July 2016 added 25th July 2016
    Sermon on prayer added to 'Sermons' 24th July 2016
    Baptism and Wedding pictures added from 23rd/24th July 2016 24th July 2016

    Prayer Walk and Taize Service Details added in 'Prayer Space God Space' section

    27th June 2016
    Prayer Space God Space Section added

    27th June 2016

    Bee Weekend Photos added to 'Photos' 27th June 2016
    Rev'd Emma Sykes' sermon on ' When Creation is Valued' added 19th June 2016
    link to National Insect Week added to Bee Weekend 19th June 2016
    Invitation and Information Letter for Church Weekend added to Church Weekend 12th June 2016
    Sermons from Elaine Riley and Richard Hornsby for 12th June added 12th June 2016
    Sermon for 29th May added 1st June 2016











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  • Prayer for the Day

    A Love Your Neighbour Prayer

    Loving God, who created human beings in your own image, you sent your son Jesus Christ to walk with us on this fragile planet. We thank you for his miraculous presence which turns confusion into hope, anger into gratitude and fear into joy. Strengthen us through the power of your Holy Spirit to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Open our eyes to see your image in the faces of all our neighbours, open our hearts to feel your compassion for all you have created and lead us day by day to love and serve you in the world.

    We ask this in the name of your Son, our Saviour, Jesus Christ.


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