We are a family orientated, friendly congregation in a modern, distinctive building waiting for your visit.
For full details of our Church please visit our Web Site at www.cofe-stourport.org.uk. You can also find us on Facebook at "St Michael and All Angels Church - Stourport".
The principal service used is the Eucharist, making use of modern (Common Worship) material. Worship is inclusive, accessible, concise, and children are always welcome.
Provision is made for children during worship.
There is good disabled access and an induction loop system.
We try to allow for the whole Church Family to worship together with an age-range of one year to 90+. Some members are recent arrivals, others have been worshipping here for many years.
Home Communion is available to those who are unable to get to church.
Our church works together, whenever possible, with our Benefice Partners at All Saints, Wilden and on occasions have a combined benifice service in one church only. Such an occasion is Palm Sunday when we also have a procession along the route of the old Stourport railway branch line from one church to the other for a combined service for both parishes.
Throughout the year there are a number of activities organised for any one interested to take part in.
This is a service to allow people with Dementia and their carers to meet socially in a safe environment on a regular basis. The cafe runs on the first and third Tuesday of each month from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
Further information available from Liz Bloomer 01299825009 / 07807070508
Coffee at St. Michael's
St. Michael's is open for "Coffee" and quiet prayer usually on the first Saturday of each month from 10:00am to 12:00noon.
Bible Study and Discussion Groups are arranged from time to time and details will be found in Church or on the Parish news Sheet.
Members run an Emmaus Group, which meets in members houses.
The St. Michael's Parochial Church Council (PCC) has a policy of supporting various charities by an annual donation or collection.
We support Christian Aid.
At our Harvest Festival the produce donated is auctioned off and the proceeds sent to Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO).
Retiring collections are held in support of World Emergencies.
Members pay a yearly subscription and a draw is held on the second Sunday of each month for a first and second prize of cash. 50% of the money collected is distributed in prize money, the other 50% going to Church funds.
Membership is open to anyone, not just members of the congregation, and is a good way of supporting your local church with a chance to win something back!
WEDNESDAY LUNCH CLUB
St. Michael's Luncheon club meets on Wednesday's at 12-noon and is open to everyone. The fare is simple based on tried and tested favourites. The club offers the chance to meet and chat with friends, to share the week's gosip and a joke as well as eat a meal.
SUNDAY STALLS IN CHURCH
Regular stalls are held in the Parish Room after service on Sunday's selling an assortment of goods to raise funds for the Church.
PARISH ROOM BOOKINGS
Our Parish room is used by many in the community.
Kidderminster Colledge Life Styles.
Stourport Wives Group.
Stourport Justice and Peace Group.
The Diocese for meetings.
Tai chi Class.
Various charities and Community groups.
For more information contact Mrs. Jo. Dillistone. Tel. 01299 877778.
Details will be found on our weekly news sheet