St Michael’s Church

Rogationtide walk and picnic, Sunday 5th May

Rogationtide walk and picnic, Sunday 5th May

Rogation Sunday is traditionally the Sunday when the rural community walk around their village to places where crops grow and animals are kept, to seek God’s blessing on their work, and especially to pray for a good harvest. Rogation Sunday falls on 5th May this year, and we are

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Vestry meeting and Annual General Meeting

On Tuesday 23rd April, the Vestry Meeting and Annual General Meeting of St Michael’s takes place in the church.At the short Vestry Meeting, the churchwardens are elected. The AGM, which follows, is like any other such meeting of an organization, offering reports of the church’s activities during the

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Thanksgiving service

On Sunday 21st April we are holding a service of thanksgiving to reflect our thanks to God for his goodness and for the generosity of so many people who help maintain our church

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Palm Sunday procession and service cancelled

  Sadly the Palm Sunday procession and service have had to be cancelled thanks to the dire weather we are experiencing this weekend. We apologise for any disappointment.

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Chilli evening a huge success – thank you!

Chilli evening a huge success - thank you!

A big ‘thank you’ to everyone who contributed to making the Chilli Evening with the “Auction of Promises” such a huge success.

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Chilli night and auction of promises

Chilli night and auction of promises

Blast away the winter blues with a night of chilli and tequila at the village hall on Saturday 26th January.

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Christingle service, Saturday 15th December

Our annual Christingle Service takes place in St Michael’s Church on Saturday 15th December, starting at 4pm.

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Advent Carol Service – Sunday 9th December

We are delighted to welcome the return of the choir “Tapestry” for our Advent carol service, which provides a prelude to the coming festival of Christmas.

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Holy Communion at Steeple Gidding

The service of Holy Communion on Sunday 2nd December is being held to celebrate the Feast of St Andrew, the apostle to whom the church is dedicated.

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Remembrance: why poppies?

Remembrance: why poppies?

The poppy has a long association with Remembrance Day. But how did the distinctive red flower become such a potent symbol of our remembrance of the sacrifices made in past wars?

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