Facilities and features


There are both male and female toilet facilities in the Church Hall, alongside a cloakroom

Baby changing facilities are in the accessible toilet in the Church Hall

Enter the Church by the Blackheath Park entrance and the bike racks are just before the ramp.

If you are visiting St. Michael's for an event, service or group please pick up a parking slip from the church hall so that you can get free parking.

The accessible toilet is in the Church Hall

There is a specific accessible parking spot outside the East entrance of the church, however all parking around the church is accessible via ramps. Please do pick up a parking slip in the church hall to ensure you do not receive a parking fine.

The ramped entrance to the church is by the West entrance.

Hearing (induction) Loop

Please do let us know if you would like to receive a large print version of our service sheet.

Assistance dogs (and all dogs!) are welcome at St. Michael's during our services and events.

There is wheelchair access to the church via the West entrance and our Church Halls are wheelchair accessible also.

Our Building

Our Church is a Grade 2 Listed Building completed in 1830. For all the history of St. Michael's please discover more here: https://se3.org.uk/about/history/

St. Michael's is a proud to be an Eco Church and has received the Bronze Eco Church Award by A Rocha. Interested in knowing more or finding out about this month's Eco Tips? Visit that area of our website here: https://se3.org.uk/givingserving/eco-church/

Music and Worship

There is regular practice for the bell ringers at St. Michael's. Please contact the Church Office for more information on [email protected]

We are so fortunate to have many concerts and groups performing at St. Michael's. Visit our Latest News area of the website to explore more: https://se3.org.uk/category/newsletter/

The organ at St. Michael's is considerably older than the church, dating from 1740, and was originally in St John’s Chapel near Lincoln’s Inn and still plays beautifully. Interested in knowing more? Visit the organ register for St. Michael's here: https://npor.org.uk/survey/N16287

We welcome all for our Book of Common Prayer Services at 9am on the fourth Sunday of every month.

Our free St. Michael's Children's Choir meets on a Wednesday weekly and performs at our All Age Services. Led by award winning choir mistress Evangeline Graham, our Children's Choir is a wonderful way to introduce Primary School age children to music. Please do read more and enquire here: https://se3.org.uk/children-youth-activities/childrenschoir/

Every Sunday our services are left by a music worship team of singers and musicians. A joyous way to fill St. Michaels church! Please email [email protected] if you would like to join the worship team.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Are you a pathfinder?! We have a vibrant group of young people at St. Michael's that meet during our Sunday Services, and also throughout the week at home and youth groups. Email [email protected] or visit https://se3.org.uk/children-youth-activities/young-people/ if you feel that St. Michael's is the place to be!

The 40th Greenwich Scout Group runs from St. Michael's Blackheath and Beavers runs every Friday at 5pm. Please visit https://se3.org.uk/beavers-cubs-and-scouts/ for more information.

Home groups meet fortnightly in people's homes to learn, ask questions and get to know others in the congregation.

Friday Morning Mums is a welcoming and informal group for mothers of children of primary school age and younger. With young children it can be hard to get out to a home-group in the evening, so we meet during the day, just after the school drop-off!

We meet for bible study, prayer, a cup of tea and a chat on Friday mornings during school term time, from 9.45-11.00am, in the small Musa Room in the Church Halls. Babies and pre-school children are welcome too – there are toys for them to play with while we talk. To find out more, contact Carolyn through the Parish Office

The 40th Greenwich Scout Group runs from St. Michael's Blackheath and Cubs runs every Wednesday at 3:45pm. Please visit https://se3.org.uk/beavers-cubs-and-scouts/ for more information.

St. Michael's is a supporter of Debt Centre Greenwich, set up locally through a group of volunteers from local churches. If you feel you may need help or would like to support please do contact the centre here: https://se3.org.uk/givingserving/debt-centre-greenwich/

At St. Michael's we have several adult exercise classes, from martial arts, to ballet, to senior fitness! Want to see what could fit with your lifestyle journey? Please contact our class providers here: https://se3.org.uk/our-halls/church-hall-groups-classes/

At the beginning of each Summer Holidays St. Michael's is taken over by Holiday Club! We laugh, sing, craft, worship, explore and play games as a way of introducing Jesus into lives of Primary School Age children. Need to know the next dates now? Check out our website here: https://se3.org.uk/children-youth-activities/holidayclub/

Greenwich Winter Night Shelter (GWNS) is a local charity which is based in Eltham and provides warmth, emergency accommodation and support for the homeless in Greenwich. GWNS relies heavily on the generosity, hard work and dedication of our volunteers, including many at St. Michaels.

Greenwich Winter Night Shelter are always looking for more people to help! All information about how to get involved is on the website here www.gwns.org.uk, or you can email [email protected]

Every Thursday St. Michael's hosts the Pond Road Parent and Toddler Group! Lots of space to play and explore for the little ones, with tea and coffee for the parents!

9:45am-11:45am term time - check out the website for more information: https://se3.org.uk/pond-road-mother-toddler-group/

St. Michael's is home to First Steps Pre-School Nursery, bringing vibrancy and joy to our Church Halls! a warm and inviting surrounding for young children to grow and learn - whilst exploring their creativity! Follow the link below to sign up or contact First Steps: https://se3.org.uk/first-steps-nursery/

The 40th Greenwich Scout Group runs from St. Michael's Blackheath and Scouts runs every Friday at 7pm. Please visit https://se3.org.uk/beavers-cubs-and-scouts/ for more information.

Do join us for all our great youth fun, games and worship at St. Michael's! Email [email protected] or explore our website here: https://se3.org.uk/children-youth-activities/young-people/

Help for Visitors

Please knock on the Parish Office door to say hello and get the wi-fi password!

All well-behaved dogs are welcome around the church grounds and in services.

Other Features

We strongly believe in Fairtrade at St. Michael's and sell The Real Easter Eggs to support Fairtrade.

Greenwich Foodbank are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.

At St. Michael’s we want to help the work of Greenwich Foodbank as much as possible. There is a drop off area for food items and donations outside of the church office on the left hand side just as you enter the church hall. You can leave items all week, but if you want to meet the team that makes this all happen then come Tuesdays 10-11:30am.

Our Sunday Morning services have use of many screens for the congregation to follow the services and worship hymns and songs. If you are unable to visit us in person, our services are also live-streamed - follow this link to see more! https://www.youtube.com/@stmsblackheath

We have several hall facilities for hire, and believe this is a great way to meet people in our community!

To see the spaces we have, sizes and fees please have a look at the Halls Guide and Gallery here: https://se3.org.uk/our-halls/