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Church Weekend 2018


The Church weekend is a fantastic time of fun, food and fellowship at St Michael’s.

The weekend will be a mix of good food, good company, good teaching and good fun, all together as a church family.

The sessions we spend together will be a mixture of worship, prayer and learning together on the theme of “Called to Share”

We welcome Philip Jinadu from Metro Church in Bristol to lead the main sessions, Nick Jackson from “Powerpack” will lead children up to year 6, and Andrew Palmer, from Upcott who will lead Years 7-10.

We also welcome Colse Leung who will be helping lead and facilitate worship.

All food on the Saturday is included. The Church weekend is for everyone at St Michael’s, and all ages are welcome, whether you come alone, part of
a group or as a family. We’d love you to come!


How to Book

This year we are pleased to be able to offer  full online booking.

Please click here to continue with your online booking and to see the full programme for the weekend.

Alternatively you can download the booking form  here (or pick up a paper copy) to pay by cash or cheque. Booking closes on 6th April.

We hope you can join us!

Yarn Bombing Workshops

Due to popular demand, SMYB are going to be running workshops in the Coffee Shop on the 2nd Saturday of each month, starting on Saturday 10th February at 10am.

Open to all ages and all abilities – whether you’ve never held a crochet hook before or are already an expert knitter.

Come along to learn a new skill, meet other crafters and contribute to some yarn bombs!

For more information, check out the Facebook page or speak to Debbie Bambridge or Kia Harris.



Faith in the Questions

A new one-act play by Nigel Forde, followed by conversation with leading scientists
A respected scientist and a christian, Job’s work is wrestling with the unpredictable as wellas predictable structure of the universe. Is God really in control?
When Job’s personal world is shaken to the core, how can he re-assemble the pieces of the puzzle, both professionally and spiritually?
Compared with the centuries long hand-in-hand relationship between religious faith and scientific enquiry, recent debate has, for many people, become mistrustful
and sharply adversarial. 
Which side is God on? Or is this the wrong question to ask?
One of any number of good and provocative questions thrown out by Faith in the Questions, a combination of theatre and scientific discussion.

Tickets for all Faith In The Questions events are free. 
You can book tickets through the Riding Lights Box Office call 01904 613000 or Online


Job Vacancies in the Old School Rooms Coffee Shop

We have 3 vacancies coming up within the Old School Rooms Coffee Shop team.

Please click on the relevant job below for more info on each role

1 x Kitchen Assistant (part-time)

2 x Coffee Shop Assistant (part-time)

Closing date for applications is 12 February 2018

For more information and an application form, please email the Coffee Shop manager


Christmas Notice Sheet

The notice sheet for the Christmas and New Year period can be downloaded here