When there is a 5th Sunday in the month we have a Service of
Holy Communion (also BCP) at the later hour of 10.30.
Sung Morning Prayer (BCP) takes place on the 1st Sunday
of every month at 10.30. With a very fine pipe organ and a
professional organist, we are building a musical tradition.
Every 7th month at 10.30 am on the 4th Sunday of the
month, it is the turn of St Michaelís to host a modern language
Communion Service for all seven churches of this Benefice.
These services demonstrate the spirit of welcome and hospitality
that is alive in all our churches.
The website should be consulted for the special services that take place
throughout the year, from a sung evensong to the childrenís Nativity celebration
of the birth of Christ.
From the cradle to the grave, St Michaelís has served its community for nearly
1,000 years. St Michaelís is a beautiful church in which to hold your marriage
service. It seats approx. 200.
have a fine peal of 8 bells, much admired by the many visiting teams of
bell-ringers who come to ring during the fine months of the year. The oldest
bell is dated 1695. We welcome recruits to the sociable and absorbing pastime
offered by our team. Contact the Captain of the Tower, Peter Kenealy on 01608
email@example.com for further information.
Michaelís church in the middle of Whichford is a beautiful Grade I Listed church
of Norman origin, situated on the north Cotswolds. Its fine clerestory windows
and medieval tombs in the Chancel are testimony to its rich patronage over the
centuries. The Norman de Mohuns gave it some of its finest architectural
features, and their chantry chapel is associated with the south side of the
church. The picturesque churchyard is to this day an open place of burial for
the local community. It contains carved headstones of great beauty, and dating
from the 17th century.
Guide to St Michaelís Church is published, and obtainable for £3 in the church.
of St Michaelís Whichford
This newly established charity organizes community social events associated with
the church and in support of its fabric.
our Churchwarden for any specific enquiries: