Rev’d Camilla Walton is unavailable on Fridays.

Please give any items for the 

Weekly Prayer and News sheet

by Wednesday, to email  

 or written note to the Church Office

For enquiries regarding use of the church hall,  boardroom and lounge please telephone 676931 and leave a message

or   email  or send a written note to  

        St Michael's Church & Halls

        Grenfell Road, Beaconsfield,  Bucks  HP9 2BP

 

St Michael’s Rooms

Grenfell Road, Beaconsfield

available for business use.

·       Ideal for meetings, small to medium sized groups - training or classes. Interviews, presentations etc. 

·       Equipped to a high standard drop down screen plus projection and speakers, Wi-fi available. Comfortable contemporary furniture,

·       Close to the station, parking, disabled access & facilities.

·       Kitchen for light refreshments. 

·       Competitive rate. 

              We also have a large hall available.

St Michael’s Hall and Rooms for Hire      

Please click here to see hire charges        

click here to contact us

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Tom and Sheila Holyer, members of St Michael’s, helped to found the school in rural Andhra Pradesh, India for the lowest and poorest castes. The School is supported by St Michael’s church and the School is one of the projects under the Beaconsfield Christian Churches Trust. The school now has over 400 pupils, and we are seeking help from anyone who would like to donate/'gift-aid' a regular sum towards the teachers' salaries. 

Click here to go to the website of the School

 

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Welcome to

ST MICHAEL & All ANGELS CHURCH

St Michael's Green, Warwick Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks HP9 2BN

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Baptism

Confirmation

Communion for Children Before Confirmation

Affirmation of Faith

      Weddings

Funerals

     Sacred Space – Daily Prayer on Line

Map

More Photos of Our Church

Contact Us

Children and

Young People

Services including service times on Tuesdays , Wednesdays and Thursdays

Dates for Your Diary

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Reverend Camilla Walton

Welcomes you to our church

 

 

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If you would like to donate towards the Centenary Fund, information and forms are at the back of the Church. 

St Michael’s Church is open every day (during daylight hours).

You are welcome to come in for personal prayer or quiet time.

You may like to click here to read what will be happening at St Michael’s in the coming months (Dates for your diary)

Sunday 24th July    Ploughman's Lunch in the Garden

Please come and enjoy this annual event raising funds for Christian Aid and SIM which supports a school for very poor children in India.  Tickets are £8, available from David Baker, Tom Johnson and Tom Holyer (676373).

Hymnathon

Sunday 4 September at 6.30pm  in St Michaels Church. Do come along to enjoy a selection of Hymns chosen by the local community. You are warmly invited to sponsor your favourite hymn to be sung to raise Money for the Centenary Fund.

Please click here for more information

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BEACONSFIELD LIGHTHOUSE Holiday Club for children

organised by volunteers from all the Beaconsfield churches

Monday 25th to Friday 29th July - The Beaconsfield School, Wattleton Road, Beaconsfield

To register to help, or to register children, please go to http://www.lighthouseadmin.org/

Please click here to see which items Lighthouse would be grateful for to help with the children’s crafts.

Items can be left at the back of St Michael’s church.

The Beaconsfield churches will be running "making sessions" in July, so that all the craft and samples are prepared before Lighthouse starts. We will be meeting on Fridays from 9.30 till 11.30am on July 1st, 8th, and 15th and 22nd in Hope Church (Baptist) in Baring Road. Please feel free to come for the whole thing, or just pop in and help for a little while.

 

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE at St Michael’s

We have a service or activities for Young Families at 9.15am every Sunday in the church or in the Hall.

(we also have services at 8.00am and 10.30am)

On the fourth Sunday each month, in the Hall,

Families have a light breakfast, coffee and other refreshments.  We start with a short time of worship and then learn about the Christian faith.

 

 

Please click here for more information about activities for children and families at St Michael’s

SUNDAYS AT ST MICHAEL’S

8.00am. Traditional service of Holy Communion – no hymns

 

9.15am Child and family style worship and teaching in church or in the hall. 

Come along at 9.15am and join in.  Holy Communion on 3rd Sunday except on special occasions.

 

10.30am.  Holy Communion with hymns.  Ministry of Healing Prayer is offered each Sunday during the 10.30am service.

Four times a year all the services combine at 10.00am

WEEKDAY SERVICES AT ST MICHAEL’S

Morning Prayer Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8.45 am

Holy Communion Wednesdays at 9am.

“Drop in for Coffee” on Wednesdays in the New Rooms behind the hall with coffee.  9.45am until 10.15am    Everyone is welcome.  You don’t have to come to church.

WELCOME  TO ST MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS CHURCH, BEACONSFIELD

St Michael & All Angels church family is delighted to welcome everyone.  Our mission is to encounter and develop a loving relationship with God, and to take the gospel out into the community in love and service while providing a supportive Christian fellowship.

We hope that you find everything you need to know about us on this website

and that you will come and visit St Michael’s.

Welcome to visitors: We are delighted if you are visiting the church.  Do sign our visitors book. If you have moved into the area there are welcome packs and an enquiry form to register an interest in the church family.

St Michael's Church is in Beaconsfield New Town.  Just follow the signs for the Model Village and there we are at the end of Warwick Road.  The church is usually open during the day for prayer and reflection. and visitors are always very welcome to join any of our services, see above.

We have a corner of the church where there are children’s ‘quiet bags’ and books, colouring books, activity sheets etc and seats for the adults to sit with their children.  

 

Through fellowship we seek to know and support one another and the community and to live out the love of God in our daily lives.  St Michael’s helps people to achieve this through worship, prayer, house groups, pastoral care, working with young people and the elderly and through social activities.

 

St Michael's Church has a reputation for being a friendly, smiling church, and everyone is encouraged to share coffee after the 9.15am and 10.30am Sunday service in the Church Hall. Facilities in the church include hearing loop and wheelchair access.  There is plenty of parking on Sundays.

There is so much in our Church family life we would like you to know about.  Please explore this website.

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Queen Elizabeth II was 90 this year.

The Queen has never hidden her strong Christian faith. In celebration of her 90th birthday, Premier Christianity presents ten significant quotes from her famous speeches.  Click here to read just ten quotes that show something of the Queen’s relationship with Jesus and how that strengthens her and shapes the way she lives and works. 

 

One Can Trust can

ONE CAN TRUST provides food parcels to those deemed 'in crisis' in the High Wycombe Area.

One Can Trust Foodbank is running short of a number of important food items and parcel requests always go up in the summer holidays so we need to get stocked. We  need tinned meats and vegetables, long life milk, juices, baked beans, pasta sauces, toothbrushes/toothpaste, shower gels/soap . We have plenty of soup and pasta thank you.   Please take any donations you are able to give to the box at the back of St Michael’s.

One Can Trust are also looking for volunteers to help deliver the 60+ parcels a week which feed 300 adults and children a month in High Wycombe and the surrounding areas. There are a variety of roles to be filled e.g. drivers, parcel packers, donations sorters as well as administrative/co-ordinator roles. Please see the website for more www.onecantrust.org.uk details or call 07584 637697.  

AND   Wycombe Homeless Trust     http://www.wyhoc.org.uk/    

                                                              http://www.wyhoc.org.uk/donations/kind

Do you have furniture etc that you no longer need and could donate to charity? 

The following charities will collect from your house:

     British Heart Foundation Furniture Shop  18 White Hart Street, High Wycombe   01494 463306

           https://www.bhf.org.uk/about-us/find-bhf-near-you/2014/11/24/22/34/high-wycombe-bhf-shop

           British Heart Foundation Furniture and Electrical Store  41 High Street, High Wycombe  01494 842850

           https://www.bhf.org.uk/about-us/find-bhf-near-you/2014/11/25/18/43/high-wycombe-furniture-electrical-store

High Wycombe Central Aid Society

             http://www.central-aid.org.uk/    two locations in High Wycombe, Desborough Road area.  01494 443 459

                                “Supply the cheapest second hand furniture and appliances to those on the lowest incomes.”

If you know of any other similar charities you would like to be added to this webpage,  please email

YOU CAN READ THE BIBLE ON THE INTERNET

 

You may like to click here to see some other Christian websites

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Some Christian gatherings in the UK for all the family

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St Michael & All Angels Church, Beaconsfield is part of the Diocese of Oxford

Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of Beaconsfield –

Charity Number: 1132259