Easter Activity Day

We will be running our first Easter Activity Day on Thursday 5th April. Starting at 9.30am the day will be filled with activities including craft, forest school, easter activities, sport and lots of fun. The day is open for children in years 3-6 but parents and family are welcome to stay and join in. The […]

Mothers Union: By Royal Appointment

MOTHERS’ UNION FUND RAISING EVENT FLOWER DEMONSTRATION AND TALK  THURSDAY 22ND MARCH 2018 AT 2PM  “BY ROYAL APPOINTMENT” – ROSEMARY HUGHES  Rosemary is the Official Supplier of Nosegays for the Maundy Service and was responsible for flowers at the Re-internment of Richard III  All are welcome to attend. Tickets are £5 and can either be reserved in advance […]

Pilgrim Course

Pilgrim is a major teaching and discipleship resource from the Church of England. It aims to help every local church create a place where people can explore the Christian faith together and see how it can be lived out each day. Pilgrim takes a different approach to other Christian programmes. It approaches the great issues […]

Reflections on Narnia – The Cast

Mr Tumnus (David Taylor) It was a real privilege being the first to see the absolute delight on the faces of the children over the first 3 days as they entered Narnia through the wardrobe. To my amazement this joy and excitement continued as we opened the wardrobe to the general public. There wasn’t a […]

Narnia Lion Trail

In various locations around Bramhall village there are about forty Lions. See if you can find twenty    of them, and write down where they are on the list above.  Hand in to Reception at St Michael’s Church or put through the letterbox there.  The prize draw will take place on Sunday, 11th February after […]

Ministry Update

We are delighted to announce that, following discussions with Bishop Libby and her discussions at a Diocesan Level, Bishop Peter has agreed that Calum is to continue in Ministry at St Michael’s as long as the parish is without a vicar exercising public ministry. We are delighted with this news – as we know you […]

Reflections on Remembrance

Every November, at 11 o clock on the 11th of November this country, joined by countries around the Commonwealth and Europe falls silent to remember those who have died in war from World War 1 right up to the present day. This year in particular, the nation has remembered specifically the Battle of Passchendaele. I […]

Autumn Update

Following on from our Kaleidoscope service in August the PCC have spent a lot of time thinking and praying through how we as a church welcome people into our community whilst also exploring new ways of ensuring our building remains welcoming. One discussion that has taken place is on the subject of communication and keeping […]