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Welcome to St Michael's Wandsworth Common

Sunday 29 March 

You can access a  5 minute reflection here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0j7wzWPFkoI

4pm Cafe Church Group will be help in our homes via Zoon. Here is the link:
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/931625470 Meeting ID: 931 625 470

 

24 March2020           

Our church building is closed to help stop the spread of COVID-19, in line with all CofE churches across London.

 

We gratefully accept donations of food and supplies which will be delivered to our elderly day center members by our team of staff and volunteers. Please leave the items in our south entrance, inside the metal gate, at 9-12noon Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.  Details of what we need is here https://stmichaels-battersea.churchdesk.com/page/45/supply-box-list-older-people

 

We will be running services and social gatherings online, so please make use of all of these ways of being in touch

Our website is www.smwc.online

Our Facebook page is facebook.com/smwc.online

Our Twitter is @stmichaelsw11

Tif, the Vicar tewins@smwc.online

Sarah, the Parish Projects Manager staylor@smwc.online

Sam, the Children’s and Youth Minister sam@smwc.online

The office phone will be checked for messages, and my mobile number remain in use.

 

When we ring the church bell it is an invitation to join in wherever we are, to pray for our community, our health workers, the sick and all who are afraid.

Rev’d Tif Ewins, Vicar

 

 

Here is my video thought for Mothering Sunday 2020 :

https://www.facebook.com/smwc.online/videos/617181019132897/

 

We are a group of all ages worshipping and serving God in our neighbourhood.

St Michael’s is on an exciting path to explore what it means to share the good news of Jesus Christ with those who live, work, learn and play in the neighbourhood.

Situated in between the Northcote Road Wandworth Common, we are an area well known for family life. In our parish we have four local schools, we host a day centre for older members of the community, we have a cafe church for informal worship as well as a more traditional service on a Sunday mornings and fully believe that the whole family can get involved at St Michael's.

 

St Michael's is registered charity number 1185687

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