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Jane Lloyd, Vicar
Jane Lloyd, Vicar

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St. Michael's Vision Statement:

We are a gathered Church seeking to be a supportive, inclusive and accepting focal point for the Christian Community, looking to extend the Kingdom of God in Crewe Green and beyond. 


About St. Michael's, Crewe Green:

St. Michael's is a pleasant mid-Victorian church set in it's own grounds, in a semi-rural location.

The building was erected in 1857 under the guidance of Sir George Gilbert Scott who worked on a number of other local sites, such as Sandbach Boys school, and a few houses located at Elworth (close to Sandbach).

It is a Grade II listed building and boasts a variety of interesting features. The most impressive being the dark wood-beamed ceiling, and a lighter, carved fresco situated behind the alter (created in the 1930's), depicting the Last Supper. On the West wall is the 'Rose Window' a round stained-glass window depicting the creation narrative, whilst in the Sanctuary there are other examples of stained-glass these illustrating key events in the life of Jesus. In addition the interior brickwork is extensively patterned and overlaid with lettering (some of which has now started to fade unfortunately).

St. Michael's has a connection with John Ellerton, author of the famous Hymn 'The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is Ended', who was Vicar here for a short period in his church career.

The atmosphere of St. Michael's is warm and welcoming, with a practical, un-fussy attitude to worship. There is an active social-side to the church. In conjunction with our sister parish of Haslington, we have a a fortnightly 'Maranatha' group for teenagers, craft & walking clubs, fellowship sessions and a number of key fund-raising events that operate throughout the church calendar.

Crewe Road
Crewe Green

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