St Michael’s is an open and inclusive church sharing the good news of Jesus Christ and serving the local community. With origins in Saxon times, and handsomely rebuilt in the 14th and 15th centuries, St Michael’s Church is steeped in history. It is also one of the architectural gems of Northumberland. You can find information on the history of St Michael’s on the Our Building page, and if you’re interested in those who are buried here, please visit the St Michael’s Graveyard page.
Join us at one of our regular Worship Services: we have several services every Sunday, and during the week on Wednesdays. Details of special services such as Saintsâ€™ Days can be viewed on our Whatâ€™s On page, as well as other upcoming events which we warmly invite you to attend.
Many couples choose to get married at St Michaelâ€™s, and many choose to have their child baptised (Christened) with us. Further information about marriages and baptisms can be found on our Weddings and Baptisms page.
A map showing how to find the church is at the bottom of this page, along with a virtual tour of St Michaelâ€™s, and if you have any queries, please feel free to use our Contact page where you will find our postal address, telephone number, and email address. If you would like to book our Parish Hall, then please contact Flori Icatoiu or Paul Tutleman on 0742 427 2903 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
St Michael’s Church is committed to the care and safeguarding of everyone in our community. If you have any concerns, please contact our Safeguarding Officer, or one of the other contacts listed on our Safeguarding ContactsÂ documentÂ (pdf, or alternatively in Word format). Further safeguarding information can be viewed on the Diocese of Newcastle website.
A series of photos of interesting, important or just plain fun things that have happened at St Michael’s. All photos are also available on our Flickr page.
Mini Michaels Slideshow
Mini Michaels is our group for toddlers and babies (and their parents) which meets every Thursday in termtime, usually in church. For more information (including a timetable of activities in a typical session, please see our Children page). Our slideshow below shows some of the things they have been up to lately.
Take a virtual tour of St Michael’s! Use the arrows below to move around:Â
ClickÂ hereÂ for a Google map with directions to the church and Parish Hall.
The Vicar of St Michael’s Church is the Rev’d Canon Paul Scott. ClickÂ hereÂ for his blog.