at the heart of the community
Welcome to everyone - to mission and ministry together
10am on 3rd July - Third Sunday after Trinity
Family Service with Baptism
Many thanks to Rev Bev Hunt for taking the service for us
and Welcome to Benjamin Toulson and Freddie Cooper who are being baptised today.
Click on the prayers for you: Thy Kingdom Come Prayers for Adults
Lighting the Platinum Jubilee Beacon with singing from the Gospel Choir
A big thankyou lunch for Rev Bev
Revised Covid Advice
It is not mandatory to wear masks, but due to the current surge in Covid cases, we suggest that you wear a mask in church, especially while singing. Use the provided hand sanitiser or wash your hands regularly and allow those who feel safer at a distance to sit or stand further away from you. Many thanks
Angel Tots runs on Monday mornings in term time in the Church Room
- all mums/dads/carers and children of 3 or under are welcome
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Welcoming, friendly, inclusive and caring. Many people say what a welcoming, friendly church St.Michael & All Angels in Pirbright is - we hope very much that is your experience too.
We aim to show how the teaching of the Bible and the life of Jesus is relevant in the everyday life and experience of people now; and the joy of discovering and remembering that God loves and cares for all of us.
Whether you have been a Christian for a long time or are just interested in finding out more about Jesus, you are very welcome.
Do contact us if you wish to; as part of the Church of England, we are very much committed to living up to Jesus’ example to serve the whole of the community.
We look forward to seeing you very soon.
Yours in Christ, the Pirbright team
Please contact us if you would like prayers to be said in Church for someone who is ill or suffering, or if you are unwell and unable to come to Church to receive Communion, or if you know someone who would like to receive Communion at home. Click here to email our Priest in Charge, Rev'd Beverley Hunt