We shall be celebrating Harvest at the Sunday Eucharist on 4th October - this is also the feast of St Francis of Assisi – we shall also be baptising Alice and Eleanor Miller, daughters of members of our congregation.
In the weeks leading up to this we would be delighted if you could donate dry non-perishable foods and tins of staple goods which we shall collect here and then distribute to The Whitechapel Mission. They will use our donations to improve the lives of the poor and homeless in London. The Whitechapel Mission provided more than 100,000 breakfasts and 34,000 bags of groceries this year alone. Download poster from link to gives full details of the best produce to bring in.
We shall also leave out a carton on Tuesdays when the City Church Watchers are on duty should you wish to bring donations in then or indeed encourage others to do so.
We must look forward to seeing you at the Harvest Festival
About St. Michael’s Cornhill
Welcome to the St Michaels’s website. We hope you will feel free to visit our church, to join in our worship, to find an oasis of peace in a busy world, or simply to see the 17th century structure and its 19th century furnishings. St Michael’s is one of the few churches in the City of London which has regular Sunday services.
Every Sunday at 1100 there is a Sung Eucharist with professional choir – our priorities are dignified worship, good music and biblical preaching.These together constitute the genius of St Michael’s, and draw people from a wide area to join in worship which is formal, recognisable and, we hope, captivating. The service is followed by an opportunity for refreshments and conversation.
There is a said Eucharist every Wednesday and Friday at 1310, with a short homily.
A full range of occasional offices (Baptism, Confirmation preparation, Confession, marriage, funeral and memorial services) is also available
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WEEKLY SERVICES AT ST.MICHAELS
Sunday, 11am Choral Eucharist (or occasssional Choral Matins) and Sermon, followed by a glass of wine in the vestry.
Monday, 1pm Organ Recital (lasting 50 minutes)
Wednesday - 1.10pm - Holy Communion (said)
Friday, 1.10pm - Holy Communion (said)