This Sunday 10th December, we’re thrilled to be welcoming Duggy Dug Dug and team to our 10.30am Celebration in the auditorium at St Michael’s Centre.
Instead of the usual service format, there will instead be a performance of an exciting Nativity Panto called “The Christmas Angel”.
There’ll be an interval in the middle for drinks and the event will finish at 12.30pm. We can’t wait!
Each year we hold a light party on 31st October, for children to have fun together and celebrate light instead of darkness.
We’re excited to be running two parties this year for different ages. Both in the Old School Rooms.
Reception and KS1 – 3.45pm to 5. 15pm
KS2 – 5.30pm to 7.00pm
Please book a place by signing up here
You can download an information leaflet about Halloween here
Comedy standup poetry, melody and best-matery from world champion slam poet Harry Baker and his pop-funk-soul-jazz hero best friend Chris Read.
We can’t quite believe we’ve managed to secure this event.
Laugh, clap, cheer and laugh some more as they perform rabble-rousing favourites and preview brilliant new material ahead of their Edinburgh 2017 show.
Friday 26 May, 7.30pm, St Michael’s Centre, North Road, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 8PD
Tickets £9/£6 in advance (£10/£8 if there any still available on the door)
More details, images, video clips and love for Harry and Chris on
. the facebook event page
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Congratulations to Simon who has been installed as
Honorary Canon at Bristol Cathedral.
This honour is a recognition of Si’s work as Rector and Area Dean, as well as leader of the Heart of the Community Project.
Si was installed alongside 5 others from across the Diocese, and all were well supported within the congregation.
Si said “
A huge ‘thank you’ to everyone at St Michael’s who came to the Cathedral on Sunday. I felt very loved and supported by you all. It was a privilege to be installed as a Canon at Bristol Cathedral and an on-going joy to lead St Michael’s.”
Photos by Chris Dobson
Forget everything you thought you knew about poetry. Banish the word ‘recital” from your mind. Instead, think stand-up comedy, improvised lyrics, inspiring storytelling, rap, rhythm, song, and laughter. Lots of laughter.
We’re hosting a world class stand-up poetry event in the St Michael’s Centre on Friday 26 May.
is an international poetry slam champion. Chris Read is his musical partner in crime. Their energetic blend of lyrics and laughs is hopeful, challenging and charming.
here to book your ticket now!
Click to watch an example of Harry Baker’s poetry here:
The Harry and Chris Show, with Harry Baker and Chris Read
7.30pm Friday 26 May
St Michael’s Centre, North Road, Stoke Gifford
Tickets will be on sale shortly. Price £9 / £6 in advance (£10 / £8 on the door).
Grab yours at the earliest opportunity. Their last Bristol gig sold out twice over.
We’ve had a busy week here at St Michael’s, and it’s been fantastic to see so many people come along to lots of different expressions of church.
We’ve had Messy Church, Cheswick Carol Concert, Saturday Breakfast, Children’s Nativity and the Over 65’s Lunch to name just a few!
We also had a very wet Carols on the Green! Well done to everyone who braved the rain and came along!
Carols on the Green
A big thank you to everyone who helped make this,and all other events this past week, happen.
If you didn’t manage to come along – or even if you did – don’t worry, there is more happening in the next two weeks, and we look forward to welcoming you!
Our annual Christmas Fair is on Saturday 26th November from 2pm – 5pm. Come along and join the fun!
There’ll be a Christmas Cinema in the Auditorium at 2.30pm and 4.00pm
And we will also have a performance from Gospel Generation Community Choir during the afternoon.
Come along to a fantastic feel-good evening of Gospel music, and be entertained by the three GGCC choirs!
The concert is taking place in the St Michael’s Centre Auditroium on Saturday 11th June at 7.30pm
Tickets available via the church office in person, via email or call 0117 9692486.