Church of England Diocese of Lincoln Uffington

St Michael and All Angels Uffington

Our church at Uffington is open FOR PRIVATE PRAYER from 10.00am till 4pm daily.

PLEASE ADHERE TO THE 2-METRE SOCIAL DISTANCING RULE,

EXISTING HYGIENE MEASURES AND ANY SIGNPOSTED INSTRUCTIONS

THERE IS A WEEKLY 9.00am EUCHARIST SERVICE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING AT 9.00AM AT ONE OF THE 7  CHURCHES WITHIN OUR GROUP

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Thank you for taking an interest in the Church of St Michael and All Angels, Uffington.

If you need help or support please contact Fr Aran Beesley

Tel. 07590 055905 or Email. [email protected] 

Please let us know if we can help you or one of your neighbours.

We will continue to pray daily for all in need.

A web link that you may find useful to join with others in a Service of Daily Prayer is

https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-service-daily-prayer  

Prayers will be said daily by Fr Aran in private on behalf of everyone in our parishes.

As Fr Aran remembers you all daily in his prayers, if you would like to speak with him or a member of his ministry team please contact by telephone or email 07590 005905 or [email protected]

‘The Uffington Group of Churches is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all young people, vulnerable adults and all in our church community’.

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Fr Aran Beesley - Rector of the Uffington Group of Churches

St Michael and All Angels Church

St Michael & All Angels Feast Day Service of Holy Communion 11am in the Casewick Chapel

29 Sep 2020, 11 a.m. for 30m

Main Road
Uffington

Michael & All Angels

Michael, Gabriel and Raphael are the three named biblical angels, depicted as the belovèd messengers of God. Michael, which means 'who is like God?', is described as protector of Israel and leader of the armies of God and is perhaps best known as the slayer of the dragon in the Revelation to John. He is thus regarded as the protector of Christians from the devil, particularly those at the hour of death. A basilica near Rome was dedicated in the fifth century in honour of Michael on 30 September, beginning with celebrations on the eve of that day, and 29 September is now kept in honour of Michael and all Angels throughout the western Church.

Eucharist/Holy Communion Common Worship Event held in a Church

On both Good Friday and Easter Sunday, decorated Crosses were seen in the Churchyard of St Michael & All Angels

10 Apr 2020, 6 a.m.