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and how we can encounter and grow in Him.  

22nd May 2022

Preaching Series:

Resurrection People


Resurrection people

5: Restoring Purpose 

Holy Communion in Church

Preaching: Rev'd Anne Mitchell
Presiding: Rev'd Anne Mitchell


 Morning Service
with Holy Communion 
& The Spring

Leading: Rev'd Anne MitchellPreaching : Rev'd Pippa Ford
Presiding: Rev'd Anne Mitchell
Prayers: Rev'd Andy Mitchell


8.50am Morning Prayer - Monday to Friday - 

Visit the Church Calendar on this website for the Zoom link for each dayMorning Prayer every Wednesdayin Church at 9.00am


         Rev'd Pippa Ponders

It is so wonderful at this time of year that the evening are so long and the light lingers. I love walking and so it means after a busy day I can go for a long walk early evening with my dog, Obi. I enjoy listening to the birds and watching Obi splash around in the river, or indeed any puddle he can find. But walks are so much better with a friend – walking and talking together. Obi and I are very fortunate to have two great friends – Anne with her lovely dog Mabel. We both look forward to our walks with them - Obi especially gets very excited to see Mabel. Anne and I walk and chat about life, the universe and everything! Walking and talking is a great way to communicate with one another – whether with a friend, a family member or even God.


As we walk together with someone, or with God, we are in communion with them. Both Enoch and Noah walked with God – they didn’t just sit, kneel or stand with God as we might do in church, but instead they were in communion with God whilst doing something else. So often we can be tempted to put God in a box, keeping Him just for Sunday, or when we say grace at dinner, or when we choose to have a quiet time with Him. Then the rest of the time we might not really give much thought to God, or chat to Him or listen to Him.


But actually whilst we are working, eating, exercising, washing up, driving or even shopping we can be in communion with God. When we do this we find that we start to tune into the promptings of God, the Holy Spirit, deep within us – leading and guiding us – not for our physical walk in the country but in our lives. He might even highlight someone He wants us to approach to chat to and even offer to pray for. That is what we are called to do – to walk in step with the Holy Spirit each and every day. Then as we get more used to His promptings He gives us both the courage and opportunities to share those things He has shown us. 

Who will you choose to walk with this week? As you walk with them, will you listen to the Holy Spirit too – you might be surprised by what He shows you.

Love Pippa

Rev'd Pippa Ford

Vicar, St Michael’s Camberley.


The Parish Office is closed 12th May 12.30pm

 to Wednesday 25th May 9.30am 

If you have an urgent pastoral concern or to arrange a funeral please ring Rev'd Pippa Ford on 07814847436

   For concerns regarding church buildings or maintenance                         please contact the Church Warden:                      Hilary Turner : 07747301716

Parish Office Phone:  01276 23602 

If you leave a message it will be answered as soon as possible

or Email anytime

Sue Nichols - Parish Office Administrator


Hope in Depression Course


starting 31st May

Please click on the link to register

Hope in Depression Course 1

Hope in Depression Course 2

Please see the church calendar for Zoom links Button


Live Stream:


Upcoming dates for your diary

Resurrection people preaching series

Churchyard Clearance Morning for May on

13th May 10am-12 pm.  Please bring gloves and tools.

25th May Pray for Camberley Launch

7.30pm CTC Event in Church and

Church Hall

26th May - Ascension Day Service 7.30pm at the Church

Ascension Service

Hope in Depression Course starting 

31st May 2022

5th June - Big Jubilee Lunch in Southway 2pm - 4pm

Mothers Union Meetings:

 May 10th, June 14th, July 12th, August 9th 

Would you like to give to St Michael’s Church?

We would really love you to join with us in supporting our ministry here in Camberley.

At St Michaels we are:

  • A growing community exploring faith and open to all.
  • A church who want to Share God's love in our church and wider community
  • Seeking to bless the community by running and growing our children's and youth work 
  • Developing our wider ministry and exploring fresh ways to connect with our town. 
  • Committed to looking after our beautiful church building as a peace-filled place of prayer and worship for Camberley
  • Supporting mission locally and abroad to help others know God
We are totally reliant on giving to support our work, so thank you for your generosity

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a special occasion or in memory of a loved one.

Send a few words which we will put in the weekly newsletter email and also add to our website on the "Light the Spire" page. 

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We invite you to join us for prayer

Keep in touch with God and with each other 

    No-one needs to feel alone or isolated

We meet for prayer by Zoom every weekday morning at 8.50am   weekday daily prayer by zoom

Simple Prayers that we will use  Simple Prayer Download

Email Rev'd Anne for your Prayer Request  

Church of England National Daily Prayer  Church of England Daily prayer

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Parish Office Opening Times: 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Mornings 9.30am - 12.30pm

  Phone:  01276 23602 

If you leave a message it will be answered as soon as possible

or Email anytime

Sue Nichols - Parish Office Administrator

Funerals, Weddings, Baptisms & all Pastoral needs 

Vicar,  Rev'd Pippa Ford

Phone 07814 847 436

Email Vicar - Rev'd. Pippa Ford

Rev'd Anne Mitchell:    07770848276

Email Rev'd. Anne Mitchell  

Charity Number: 1132852


The PCC of St Michael's is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of everyone within our community. Particular regard is given to the care and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults.  We are fully committed to the protocols set by the Diocese. Diocesan Safeguarding Advice is available from:-Jackie Broadfoot on 07918 559387. For further information please see the Diocesan Safeguarding website.

Safeguarding our children and vulnerable adults is very important to us. You can read about our safeguarding policy (including contact details for our Safeguarding Officer) here  

Lone working policy  Click the link

Are you a survivor or victim of church related abuse? Could you help the Diocese of Guildford to learn from the past and protect the future?  Click the link

Our Safeguarding Officer is Hilary Turner, and she can be contacted on 07747301716  and at