All St Michael’s Centre News

South Gloucestershire Community Library

We are delighted to announce that South Gloucestershires fortnightly community library service will be relocating to the Old School Rooms.

Currently provided from a mobile van, it will move to the mezzanine library space above the Coffee Shop.

This community resource supports our vision of Living to make a difference, by being a Christian heart at the centre of the Community.

The first community library session will be on Tuesday 10th October, from 2pm until 4pm.

On behalf of St Michael’s, we are looking to recruit a couple of assistants to help for 2 hours once every 6 weeks or so.

Could this be a way for you to get involved in serving the community?

ATraining session being held on Thursday 21st September 9.30am until 11.30am.  Please get in touch if you’d like to get involved.




New Teaching Programme for July to September

 

Our Teaching Programme for the next quarter is now available!

Starting Sunday 2nd July, at our morning services, we are looking forward to starting a series on Our identity in Christ from the book of Romans. The aim for this series is to raise our awareness of where our identity can be strengthened.

Then at our 6.30pm celebration, we are starting a five week series on the ministry of the Holy Spirit entitled Spirit Break Out.

this will be followed ion Auigust and September with a series entitled I heard the voice of Jesus say.

Download a copy of the full programme here

 

 




Harry and Chris

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.

TICKETS HERE

Laugh, clap, cheer and laugh some more as they perform rabble-rousing favourites and preview brilliant new material ahead of their Edinburgh 2017 show.

TICKETS HERE

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.

 




Thy Kingdom Come – Join the global wave of prayer

 

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is inviting Christians around the world to pray as one. It’s a special global week of events from  25th May – 4th June.

 

 At St Michael’s, we’re joining in the following ways:

Ascension Day Service

Thursday 25th May we had  a service in Church to mark Ascension Day.

You can listen to Si’s sermon below

 

24/7 Prayer Room

Our 24/7 Prayer Room is opening for a week from 8pm Sunday 28th May until 11am Sunday 4th June. We’re really excited about what’s in store. 

Sign up is now open, so why not book your prayer room time whilst there is still lots of choice! Slots are available by the hour. Click here to book your slot see the sign-up sheet in the St Michael’s Centre foyer.

We’re also having prayer sessions at 8pm each week day which you don’t need to sign up to—just turn up! And a Children’s Prayer Session at 10am on Friday 2nd June

We are also having themed sessions throughout the week – led by a variety of different people. Click here to download the full list.

 

Church on the Green – Pentecost Sunday

The week will end on Pentecost Sunday with Church on the Green. Join us at 11am for hymns stories songs and fun. Bring a picnic and stay around afterwards too. Everyone welcome.  For one week only, this will be in place of our 9am and 10.30am services.  This is an event for everyone in the community and if the weather’s bad we’ll move inside.