For anyone accessing our online services, things will change as of Sunday 27th September. From then, we are moving our online services to be live streamed from St. Michael’s 11am service. This means you can access this at 11am on Sundays, or on catch-up after that via the link here.
To access the Live Streamed services click on the link here below:-
Sunday 20th September 2020
Join us this week as we continue our theme of Creation. This week we focus on ‘Our responsibility for creation’. Look out for the goats!
Sunday 13th September 2020
Join us today as we celebrate the beauty of God’s creation during this season of Creationtide.
Sunday 6th September 2020
Today we stand with the children and young people in our country as they have gone back to school- we have our own Back to School Sunday. Hope you enjoy!
Sunday 30th August 2020
Join us this week as we look at the theme of anger and how we should deal with it.
Sunday 23rd August 2020
Join us this week for our final week in our short series on ‘lessons from exile’ looking at Good News from the book of Revelation. A week of ‘high praise, high calling and high promises.’
Sunday 16th August 2020
Join us as we continue our theme of ‘lessons from exile’. This service is about man’s exile from God and his saving grace delivered through his son Jesus. Watch out for the special leg dance move!
Sunday 9th August 2020
Sunday 2nd August 2020
Come and join us as we explore how we can sing the Lord’s song when everything is changing with a special guest and an African children’s choir.
Sunday 26th July 2020
Bishop Mark and Lindsay Tanner lead our service today as we explore what exile might mean 3,000 years ago and today.
Sunday 19th July 2020
Farmers are harvesting wheat and silage, so our service comes from a field today! Come and hear what Jesus has to say about wheat!
Sunday 12th July 2020
Come and join us for our special service this week to mark Sea Sunday when we give thanks for and pray for all those who risk their lives at sea.
Sunday 5th July 2020
Come and join us as we celebrate the anniversary of the NHS formed in 1948 and reflect on God as healer too.
Sunday 28th June 2020
Come and join us as we continue to explore why we give as people and our very own parish vox pops.
Sunday 21st June 2020
Join us for a service on giving.
Sunday 14th June 2020
Eileen & Alan host our service this morning, share their experiences, invite some friends and make tea – come and see how God can be found in the ordinary.
Sunday 7th June 2020
Trinity Sunday – means 3 presenters, a 3 point sermon, exploring God as 3 in 1 and an extra song (or two!)
Sunday 31st May 2020
Come and celebrate the day of Pentecost with us – with our very own fire appearing!
Sunday 24th May 2020
This Sunday as we await Pentecost, we discover what it means to wait on God.
Sunday 17th May 2020
This week James is joined by Neil & Fiona Collin – a couple new at St. Michael’s, who lead us in our service. Neil & Fiona are both part of the response to Covid-19 and share some of their experiences with us.
Sunday 10th May 2020
Come and join us in our Sunday service; this week including a video by the Diocese of Newcastle commemorating the 75th Anniversary of VE Day.
Sunday 3rd May 2020
Come and join us in our Sunday service as we celebrate that Jesus is the Good Shepherd.
Sunday 26th April 2020
Come and join us in our Sunday service as we continue to try to walk in Jesus’ footsteps as a community – local and global
Sunday 19th April 2020
Come and celebrate with St. Michael’s and St. Mary’s on this second Sunday of Easter
Easter Sunday Service – 12th April 2020
Come and celebrate with us that Jesus is Risen!
Easter Sunday Prayers
Good Friday 10th April 2020
This was filmed at dusk, so you may choose to watch around dusk, however it is available anytime- so you can watch at a time convenient to you!
Here is the latest pew sheet for this week.
Sunday 5th April 2020
Don’t forget our service on Good Friday this week, and if you would like something for every day of the week, Charles Taylor (ex Dean of Peterborough cathedral, now lives in Felton) has produced some reflections which are attached for your interest/participation.