St Michael's Camberley


       Hello and a very warm               welcome to our church

      Growing Joy and Hope 

Click on: St Michaels Church and Churchyard

December 3rd 2023

Sermon Series: 

Ready to Welcome the King

Advent 2023


 Common Worship

Holy Communion 

Preaching: Emily-Grace Booker
Presiding: Rev'd Pippa Ford


 Morning All Age Service 

 with Baptisms

Leading: Rev'd Pippa Ford
Preaching: Emily-Grace Booker
Baptising: Rev'd Pippa Ford
Prayers: Tori Burness-Smith


Christmas Reflective Service

3rd December at 3pm

Christmas Reflective Service

For those who are missing loved ones and for those who find Christmas hard.

Paused until NEW YEAR Sunday Evenings 6pm - 7pm

Come and join us as we seek 

God's presence and guidance for our Church

There is a link below to the songs that we are using here at  St Michaels so you can listen to them and become familiar with them - just scan the photo when on Spotify and it will come up with the playlist!


We have set up a Spotify account for the worship group and congregation to help your worship and learning the songs we use at church. Here is a QR code to it:

Spotify QR Code

And a link:

8.50am Morning Prayer - Monday to Friday

Morning Prayer

Visit the Church Calendar on this website for the Zoom link for each day


Pippa Ponders 

We celebrated the end of the church year on Sunday, ready to start the season of Advent, and  it is a good time to reflect.

During our services we thought about the early church and how they would pray together daily  the Lord’s prayer, declaring Your kingdom come and Your will be done.

Jesus brought the kingdom of God to earth by his birth, death and resurrection.

We see His kingdom breaking through wherever we see healings, relationships restored, peace shared between one another, and of course growing joy and hope. These are directly in contrast with much that we see in our world and yet we do not lose heart because Jesus has overcome the world. But what does that actually mean, as much of what we see does not look like God’s kingdom of justice, mercy and love?

 Well we know that at many significant moments in history, such as the D day landings, there was a whole movement of prayer underpinning what happened. Prayer really is powerful – it really can move mountains as we consider the circumstances but then pray to our God of the impossible. Stories of the miraculous are  often common place amongst people who have nothing or no one else to rely on but God. The problem for us is that often we can sort things out for ourselves or we think we can and so we don’t need God.

 But the challenge I gave us as a church on Sunday was that  we have so much more power to make a difference than we realise. We have the Holy Spirit of God living inside each one of us, the same power that raised Jesus from the dead. So if we pray and ask the Holy Spirit to lead and guide our prayers, how powerful would our prayers be? Why don’t we give it a go and see?

Let’s pray the Lord’s pray everyday and also pray for 5 people we each know that don’t yet know God’s love, over this season of Advent.

I cant wait to hear the testimonies we will be able to share with one another of how God has answered those prayers. Will you accept the challenge?

                                                with love, 


Rev'd Pippa Ford, Vicar at St Michaels Church Camberley


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