The Parish Family of St Michael’s welcomes you to our website.
The church, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, was built in 1928. The church, boundary walls and entrance screen were designated a Listed Building of Special Architectural or Historic Interest, Grade II on 23rd March 2016.
Thanks to a generous legacy the church was re-ordered in 2006. It was consecrated by Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor on 19th November 2006.
You will find the various activities of our parish listed under the Parish Groups section of our website.
If you are joining St Michael’s as a new parishioner, we look forward to welcoming you to our parish and we hope you will enjoy being part of the Family of St Michael’s.
You will find forms for Parish Registration, Planned Giving and Gift Aid Declarations in the narthex – please complete and return them to the presbytery.
Catholic and have lost touch?
There are many different reasons why people drift away from the practice of their faith. Whatever your reasons or situation, we would like to invite you to take a fresh look at your faith and give it another go. It is never too late to start again, no matter how long you have been away. You are part of God’s family and you would be made very welcome. Your contribution is very valuable as are your gifts that God has given you, and we are incomplete without them.
The Catholic Church is made up of saints and sinners. We are all called to be holy, but we are part of a wounded family, made up of fragile human beings. The Church always needs renewal, and you and your story could help us to become more like Christ.
If you feel it would be helpful to talk things over confidentially about your personal situation please telephone to arrange an informal chat with Mgr James Overton, Parish Priest on 01784 252230