We extend a very warm welcome to all our visitors
Who are we?
St Michael’s Parish is made up of a wide range of people of all ages and
from different backgrounds. Whoever you are you are assured of a very warm welcome
St. Michael’s Church.
How to find us:
For directions to reach us please
see the Find Us page.
If you are driving then you'll be pleased to hear that we have our own
secure car park and there is plenty of free street parking nearby.
When to arrive:
If it's your first visit then it's probably best to arrive 30 minutes before Mass. You'll be greeted at the door by our welcoming team who will give you the weekly Newsletter and a Mass sheet. You can find some information about the church and notices of forthcoming events in our parish on our notice board.
What to wear:
This is easy. Wear whatever you feel comfortable in as long as it’s modest and respectful.
For those with disabilities:
We aim to be an all-inclusive Church. Our Church is accessible for those with
disabilities. We have reserved parking spaces near the entrance. The Church
entrance and toilets are accessible. We do have a loop for the hearing impaired.
If you have any other specific needs please speak to one of our team.
For parents of very young children and babies there are facilities for
them to sit in the Welcoming Area
where they can see and listen to the Mass.
What to expect:
For some people going anywhere for the first time can be a bit of a
nerve-racking experience. First of all we are a friendly bunch, if you don't
understand something please simply ask. For times of Masses please see the Welcome Page.
Everyone is welcome to participate in the Mass by joining in the
responses and singing.
If you are new to the
area and would like to be a registered parishioner of
St. Michael’s please take a bulletin home and telephone the Parish Priest for an appointment.
There is a monthly coffee morning after all Masses where all new parishioners are welcomed by existing parishioners.
All our Masses are broadcast over the internet and the 11:00 Masses on Sundays are recorded and can be viewed at a later stage.