Church of England Diocese of Guildford

Facilities and features

Click on the tags below to learn more about each.

Accessibility

Toilets
Baby Changing Facilities

Parking is available for church use and for additional community use, with permission, when we have space.

Our building is fully accessible to large wheelchairs.

2 bays specifically allocated for accessible car parking.

Ramped entrance
Hearing (induction) Loop

We make large print services available to order - just let us know so we make sure we have enough.

We welcome a number of people with Dementia to different events. We have no specialist knowledge but the experience we hold between us and our desire to be accessible to all.

Whenever we cater, we do so for specific dietary needs. Please let us know what you need.


Our Building


Music and Worship

Once a month we have a small band and for the rest of the month music is led either by electric piano.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Addiction advice is provided out of MASCOT and AA meet at St Michael's.

Our pop-up cafe serves a healthy tea, fun games and a simple craft activity aimed at Sheerwater's primary school aged children and their parents/carers. Every Tuesday in term time at 3.15-4.30pm. Sadly, closed due to Covid-19 restrictions but back soon we hope!

We have just finished running our latest Alpha Course which is now a post-Alpha Bible Study.

Normally a fortnightly home group run by Laurence and Jonathan but now run weekly over Zoom during the Covid-19 restrictions.

There is an active CAP group locally and we can point you in the right direction.

Usually we have a monthly community lunch after the Sunday service. Sadly, this has had to shut until lockdown is over.

Our strapline is 'Feeding Faith and Growing Community' so you can expect a lot of community events run with other local community organisations: MASCOT, Sheerwater Together, Foodwise, Helping Hands, Woking Borough Council's community team etc.

MASCOT is our community organisation through which we signpost debt advice.

Our community organisation, MASCOT, provides advice and a number of employment based courses at the Hub on Dartmouth Avenue.

Help with housing issues is provided through the MASCOT Hub.

Mental health support is provided through the MASCOT Hub.

We have a number of social groups that meet at the church for older folk.


Help for Visitors

Free wifi

Other Features

Run out of MASCOT but from the central Woking Foodbank during Covid-19 restrictions.

Data projector available.

Urban Priority Area

We are not yet fully fairtrade although our coffee is. We are working to improve this.

Contact our administrator, Tracey, for hall hire details (after lock-down).