Electoral Roll

Join the St Michael’s Electoral Roll

At St Michael’s we want to live to make a difference, by being a Christian heart at the centre of our community.  If St Michael’s is your home church we encourage you to join the electoral roll.

The Electoral Roll is the Church of England’s official register of who worships with us here at St Michael’s. If you’re not currently on the roll, we would love you to sign-up.

If you completed a form for the 2019 electoral roll you do not need to complete one again, unless your details have changed.

Applications should be in by Sunday 5 April. A draft list will be available to view after this, and the full list will be adopted at our Vision Night and Annual Meeting on 22 April.

You can apply for enrolment online here

or download a paper copy here

Alpha Supper and Taster Session

Alpha is an 8 week course (plus a taster session and a day together in the middle) during which we have the opportunity to discuss all sorts of issues related to the Christian faith.

There’s a topic for each session, but we can discuss anything and everything! If you’re new to faith, or just thinking about it, come and join us on Wednesday 22 January in St Michael’s Centre. We’re having a taster session and a tasty supper! You are welcome just to turn up, but it’s helpful or catering purposes if you can sign up in advance!

Carol Services

Join us in our historic Church building on Sunday 22 December, for our annual traditional carol services.
It’s held twice, once at 4pm and then repeated at 6.30pm. This is so we can accomodate as many people as possible!
Featuring St Michael’s Christmas Choir

Teaching Programme January-March 2020

The teaching programme for the first quarter of 2020 is now available.

In our morning worship services we’ll be looking at the book of Daniel “being faithful in exile”. In the evening celebration, we’ll be focusing
on practicing the way of Jesus. At each of our Sunday services there is
worship, teaching and an opportunity to receive prayer.
We look forward to seeing you.

Recommended….

…..by Tom Benyon

‘Love Came down’

Starting on 5 December, Theologian Amy Orr-Ewing is sharing 20 daily reflections on her instagram channel. Tom recommends these saying ” I’m watching these advent reflections by the brilliant Dr Amy Orr Ewing from The Zacharias Trust.They are fresh, pithy and provoking!

Big New Year’s Celebration

Games, quiz, Live music from The Usual Suspects, and worship to see in the New Year

Join us for a great evening!

Please bring your own drinks – we will have some disposable cups available, but please also consider bringing your own reusable.

This year we will provide the nibbles! (But please eat before you come, as it won’t be a main meal!)

There is no childcare provision at this event, so whilst all ages are very welcome indeed, we would like to remind you that you are responsible for your own children during the evening.

We’ll all be mucking in together to clear up and keep things running smoothly.

Please click here to sign-up

St Michael’s Prayer Diary

Sign up to recieve a monthly list of prayer prompts via email!

The Prayer Diary for December is now available

Complete the form below to sign-up for future Prayer Diary emails

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Advent Photo Challenge

Starting on Sunday 1 December, take a photo each day in Advent using the daily prompts. Share on social media with #StMAdvent2019

How to Play

Playing along is really simple! Just look at the list each day and take a photo using the prompt as inspiration. So, for example, Day 1 is Candle, so all you have to do is take a photo of a candle, or something that represents a candle to you.
You can then share your photo on either Facebook or Instagram or both! To share on Instagram, just upload with the hashtag #StMAdvent2019 and you’re done (more details below if you need them though), and to share on Facebook, upload to your personal page or head to the special Facebook group and share there.

How to Share on Instagram

Simply upload the photo to Instagram, add a caption (you could mention the day and the prompt in the caption), add the hashtag #StMAdvent2019 and then publish. You can also tag the St Michael’s Instagram page.
Check out the #StMAdvent2019 hashtag to see all the other photos. Like them and comment on them, encourage each other and take inspiration.

Check out some of the latest Instagram posts here

How to Share on Facebook

Join the Facebook Group. Upload the photo in the group and then publish. Alternatively you can just share on your personal page.
Check out the photos shared in the group, or amongst your friends. Comment, like and be part of the photo-taking community. Share amongst your friends and tag in St Michael’s page.

How to Share on Twitter

Post your photo and use the Hashtag #StMAdvent2019 , you can also tag us @stMichaelsSG

Click here to see the latest tweets

How to Remember the Prompts

Print out the list, save it as your screensaver or save it to your camera roll. You can also revisit this webpage.

Disclaimer

We would love to be able to share some of your photos during advent, including on the pre-service visuals. By sharing your photos on the hashtag in Instagram, and/or in the Facebook Group, you are consenting to the possible subsequent sharing of your image on St Michael’s digital media ( website/social media/visuals during services).