A Growing Community of Faith: Open for All
Come and join us, as we explore who God is, and how we can encounter and grow in Him
Please note that we are suggesting that people do not park under the cedar tree by the entrance to the church, where branches have recently fallen. We are awaiting a tree survey.
Followers and Followed
Week seven: Following
in the dust
8:30am Common Worship
Holy Communion in Church
Presiding: Rev'd Pippa Ford
Preaching: Rev'd Pippa Ford
with The Spring
Join us in church, or watch the livestream
Leading: Glenn Turner
Preaching: Rev'd Pippa Ford
Prayers : Robert Crossley
For anyone in church who would like prayer after the service, it will be available in the Hall
Click on here for the link to : 8.50am Morning prayer - Monday to Friday
Morning Prayer in Church on a Wednesday Morning at 9.00am
This time of year in the Christian Calendar is known as Creationtide. This is why we held our Interactive Eco service last Sunday and have different prayer areas where we were encouraged to think about our impact on this planet. The creation accounts in Genesis are beautiful and poetic accounts of the fact that God created the world. Science is playing catch up with exactly how that happened and is providing amazing answers. But we know that many scientists who work in this field declare that there is no way our world came into being by chance. The odds are too huge for that to have happened. There is a man called Louis Giglio who is passionate about science and is a Christian and he has produced many videos on You Tube about how creation declares the presence and glory of God. They are quite impactful and powerful – do have a look.
We know that God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit were all present at creation and whilst we don’t yet fully understand how it all happened, the world was created out of nothing and by the powerful love of God. This helps with how we pray when faced with difficulties of any kind, God is so much bigger than we can ever hope or imagine. Doesn’t that change our perspective? Because the God who created the universe is also intimately involved in our lives, loves us with a passionate heart and looks for us to journey with Him , growing deeper and deeper in our trust in Him. So next time you pray, don’t tell God how big your storm is, tell your storm how big God is – he is God of the impossible and whatever you are facing he has made a way already. With love, Pippa.
SUNDAY 31st OCTOBER
COME AND HAVE FUN ON HALLOWEEN
COME IN COSTUME
TREASURE HUNT, CRAFT,
GAMES, TREATS, FUN AND PUMPKINS
Everyone with faith, or none, very welcome!
SUNDAY 5th DECEMBER
10:30am All age service with action songs – Looking ahead with Hope
MONDAY 6th DECEMBER
7pm Christmas Craft Evening – Come and make and chat – over 16s only - wine, juice and chocolates provided!
SUNDAY 12th DECEMBER
10:30am Family service with Communion - Looking ahead with Hope
3pm Reflective Christmas service and tea - for those who find Christmas difficult
SUNDAY 19th DECEMBER
10:30am Family Service - Looking ahead with Hope
3pm Come and Sing Carol Service – all ages welcome to help form a choir for the day!
FRIDAY 24th DECEMBER
3pm Crib service with a LIVE donkey – dress up and join in the nativity
11:30pm Midnight Service – come and celebrate as we welcome Christmas morning
SATURDAY 25th DECEMBER
8:30am Christmas Day Communion Service
10am All Age Christmas Celebration service
SUNDAY 26th DECEMBER
10:30am Simple Communion Service
SUNDAY 2nd JANUARY
10:30am All age Service – Hope Lives
SUNDAY 9th JANUARY
10:30am Morning Family service with Communion – Hope Lives
3pm Christingle Service for Epiphany – Come, make a Christingle, and dress up as the kings who came to see Jesus
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
Light the Spire
Why not Light the Spire to celebrate a Birth, Anniversary, or
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.
For further details; contact the office
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
Parish Office Opening Times:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Mornings 9.30am - 12.30pm
Phone: 01276 23602
If you leave a message this will be answered as soon as possible
or Email anytime email@example.com
Sue Nichols - Parish Office Administrator
Funerals, Weddings, Baptisms & all Pastoral needs
Revd Anne Mitchell: 07770848276
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
Our Safeguarding Officer is Hilary Turner, and she can be contacted on 07747301716 and at firstname.lastname@example.org
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