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PARISH MASS at 9.30 and CHORAL MASS at 11am


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Venue

St Michael and All Angels Church
Bath Road
London, W4 1TT

Details

Date:
October 18
Time:
9:30 am - 11:40 am

On Sunday October 18th it is the Feast of St Luke the Evangelist.  There are services at 9.30am and 11am.
Preacher: Fr Graham Morgan, Hon Assistant Priest. Readings: Acts 16: 6-12; 2 Timothy 4: 5-17
Please observe the social distancing rules at both services – wear facemasks, sit at the end of the pews and follow the sidespeople’s directions for communion.

At 9.30am it’s a Parish Mass. There is also Children’s Church and Youth Church.
At 11am it’s a Choral Mass, with singing by The Choir of St Michael & All Angels (distanced). It will be live-streamed on Facebook here.
Mass setting – Darke in F communion service
Psalm 147 vv 1-7
Offertory Hymn – Thine arm O Lord in days of old
Communion Anthem – View me Lord – Richard Lloyd
Organ voluntary – Fanfare – Percy Whitlock

There is Choral Evensong tonight at 6.30pm.

  • Thanks to everyone who so generously supported our St Michael’s charities over the past two weeks.
    Gifts brought to the Harvest Thanksgiving were received by the Upper Room and St Mary’s Convent and donations on Charities’ Sunday last week came to an extraordinary total of £1,834 (including Gift Aid), which will be shared equally between the Upper Room, WaterHarvest and West London Welcome.
    Donations can still be made via the church’s Virgin Money Giving page here.

Sunday services at St Michael & All Angels

As public worship has been restored, you are welcome to attend Mass once again at St Michael’s, at either 9.30 or 11am.
We can only allow 80 people into Church for Mass, so please be patient and bear with us.
If we reach this number we will be unable to accept further members of the congregation to that service, so you may wish to arrive early – or come to the 11am service.

Social Distancing will be in place within Church with anti-COVID measures in place for everyone’s safety.
Mass will last for approximately 40 minutes and will be very similar to the live-streaming Masses we become used to during the lockdown period.
If you still feel vulnerable, anxious or are shielding, you may want to attend the quieter weekday Masses instead.

Masses in this format will continue until further notice. We now usually hold Evening Prayer at 6.30pm on Sundays instead of Evensong.
The 11am service that will be live-streamed for you to join it at home.
Our services are regularly being watched throughout the UK and overseas.