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A Growing Community of Faith: Open for All

Come and join us online as we explore who God is, 

and how we can encounter and grow in Him

28th February 2021

Morning Worship
10.30am Service
online via Zoom

Join us by using the link in the calendar on the website or watch the livestream - the link is below  

Leading:  Revd Pippa Ford
Preaching:  Revd Anne Mitchell
Reading:  Psalm 51
Read by Nick G

There will also be a 'prayer breakout room’ after the service for anyone who would like prayer

(a bit like we have at the back of church when we’re there)

or you can fill out a Prayer request on our
 "contact us" form at the bottom of this page

Please see the church calendar for Zoom links Button


Live Stream:

Please give to St Michael’s Church

Like all churches at the moment, we are struggling to make ends meet.  
We would like to continue to:
  • serve God in our church and wider community
  • run our children's and youth work 
  • develop our wider ministry to the town
  • support our mission partners.
  • repair and protect our beautiful church building
Without your continued support none of this would be possible.


Light the Spire

Why not Light the Spire to celebrate a Birth, Anniversary, a Special occasion and 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. 

For further details; contact Carol via the office

Womens World Day of Prayer

10.30am on Friday 5th March 2021

You are all warmly invited to join us on Zoom this year.

St Mary’s is the host church in Camberley for the World Day of Prayer service 

at 10.30am on Friday 5th March 2021.

World Day of Prayer is a worldwide ecumenical movement and each year a different country prepares the annual service. This year the service has been prepared by the Christian women of Vanuatu in the South Pacific, and the theme is ‘Build on a Strong Foundation’. 

The pandemic means that for everyone’s safety our church buildings are closed at the moment and instead worship services have moved online.  This year’s World Day of Prayer service will be held on Zoom, you will find the link below and we ask that you share this with your congregations.

How to join the World Day of Prayer in Camberley?

World Day of Prayer Zoom Meeting, St Mary's, Camberley

Friday 5th March 2021 at 10:30 am

To join the Zoom Meeting contact St Marys  - details below.

We encourage those attending the service to wear a red, yellow or green top or scarf to match the Vanuatu flag and to have with them a small stone or pebble.


Please still consider giving to the World Day of Prayer even though we are not able to physically take up an offering this year. This service is their only source of income and any donations would be gratefully received. If you are a tax payer, please don’t forget to Gift Aid. Thank you.

There are 3 suggested ways to give: 

  1. Post: cheques made payable to WDP, sent to WDP, Commercial Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN1 2RR
  2. Online: donation via the WDP website – – minimum £10. 
  3. Text: from your mobile phone. TEXT 2021WDP 5 to 70085 to donate £5. Any amount can be donated up to £40 just add the sum after 2021WDP and your text will cost the amount plus one standard rate message. 

Looking forward to gathering together in prayer and worship.

email: |tel: 01276 685167 |direct tel: 01276 425287

Office days: Monday to Wednesday: 9.00 am to 1.00 pm, Thursday: 9.00 am to 12 noon.

St Mary’s Church and Centre | Park Road | Camberley | Surrey | GU15 2SR

web: | Registered Charity No. 1127459

To look at the website of WWDP Click here

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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 Revd Anne for your Prayer Request  

Church of England national Daily Prayer  Church of England Daily prayer


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Rev Paul Barer

The Right Reverend Paul Barber. 1935-2021

The Right Reverend Paul Barber, the first Suffragan Bishop of Brixworth, Assistant Bishop to the Dioceses of Bath & Wells, Archdeacon of Surrey and the former Vicar of St Michael's, Camberley and of St Thomas-on-the-Bourne in Farnham, has died at the age of 85.
Born on 16 September 1935, he was educated at Sherborne School and St John's College Cambridge. After undertaking National Service in the Royal Army Service Corps, he studied at Wells Theological College and, in 1961, was the first-ever priest to be ordained at the newly built Guildford Cathedral.
He was Curate at St Clare’s, in the parish of St Francis, Westborough, Guildford until 1966 when he and his young family moved to Camberley, where he became Vicar of St Michael's in Yorktown.
During his time in Camberley, he established a temporary shelter for homeless travellers and displaced, rough sleepers in the Church Room, fronting the A30 London Road. This became a welcome refuge to many vagrant men considered by others to be beyond help.
In 1973, he was appointed as Vicar of St Thomas-on-the-Bourne in Farnham and served as Rural Dean of Farnham from 1974 to 1979. He was a member of the Church of England’s General Synod from 1979-85 and, in 1980, he was appointed Archdeacon of Surrey.
For many years he captained the Diocese of Guildford’s clergy cricket team and also played for The Bourne CC and was later a president of Rowledge CC.
He was consecrated as the first Bishop of Brixworth at Westminster Abbey in 1989 and served as the Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese of Peterborough for twelve years, living in Northampton.
When he, and his wife Pat, retired to Street in Somerset in 2001, he was appointed as an honorary Assistant Bishop to the Dioceses of Bath & Wells.
As a knowledgeable and ardent sports fan, with a particular love of cricket, football and horse racing, he was a member of both Northamptonshire and Somerset County Cricket Clubs and a fan of Aldershot FC and Northampton Town FC.

In 2018, Paul and Pat returned to Surrey, moving to Chertsey to be closer to their family.

Paul died peacefully at home, with Pat at his side, on 22 February.

A memorial service to commemorate his life will be arranged at a later date.

For more information, contact:

Camberley Youth for Christ

We just wanted to let you know about an amazing fundraiser that we are running.

It's called 100K YOUR WAY and will be taking place throughout the month of March.

We have gathered together an amazing team of people from all over the UK who want to support our work. 

They will be running, walking and cycling 100 kilometres in the 31 days of March. Everyone will be tackling this in a different way, for example our Director Oli will be running 10 kilometres every day for 10 days in a row! Others will be doing it in a family team with a mixture of walking, running and cycling. 

Details for all the members of our team are on our website so please have a look and see why they are supporting our work. We have people from lots of local churches as well as some from as far away as Scotland!


click on this link below to go to CYFC website
Camberley Youth for Christ

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Parish Office Virtual Opening Times (online)

Tuesday & Wednesday  (Church Wardens)  Phone:  01276 23602


Thursdays only  (Kevin)  9.00am - 1.00pm ( 07310 355 094 )  

or Email anytime

Funerals, Weddings, Baptisms & all Pastoral needs 

Revd Anne Mitchell:    07770848276

Email Revd Anne Mitchell  

Charity Number: 1132852


Here is our Safeguarding Statement from 28 May 2020.  

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