Due the rise of COVID-19 cases in the area, St Michael & All Angels is reverting to online-only services until circumstances change.
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At the heart of what we do lies the worship of God our Father as we seek to live out our lives as followers of Jesus his Son. We seek to meet the spiritual needs of all who come, of whatever age, background and temperament; and our vision, reflected in our mission statement, is 'to enable all to follow Jesus Christ'.
12 June 10 am - 4 pm / 13 June 12 - 4 pm In St Michael & All Angels churchyard. Come and find the tiny and not-so-tiny creatures, and plants. For children and adults, experts and amateurs. Part of ‘Churches Count on Nature’, an initiative to encourage observation and identification of wildlife in churchyards across the UK.
Hughenden Vicar Rev Keith Johnson will be doing the Thames Path Mighty Hike on Saturday 17 July, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. He will be walking 13 miles from Windsor Racecourse along the Thames to Cookham.
"I began taking regular exercise during lockdown, and needed motivation to keep going. Everyone has lost someone dear to cancer, and I want to join the fight against cancer".
Keith has set up a Just Giving page if you would like to sponsor him: Keith Johnson is fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support (justgiving.com). Take a look at the video below:
It is extremely important to give everyone (if they so wish) the opportunity to be part of a housegroup – it is in an environment of Christian love and support that we are most likely to grow in our faith.