At St. Michael's we offer a variety of different types of service to suit all tastes. Traditional, contemporary, contemplative - find the one that suits you best and come along to see how it fits.
The service rota is no longer available. The up-to-date copy is the one on the noticeboard at the back of church.
This is a traditional service of Holy Communion, with hymns, readings, sermon and choir anthem (when the choir are present).
In a normal month, the choir will lead the singing on the 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month.
Coffee is served after this service, providing an opportunity for the congregations for this and the following service to meet.
The 10:15 service is always contemporary in style. The music is lead by the music group.
It usually starts with a block of songs (although there is sometimes a well-known hymn as well). There will be readings, a talk, and an opportunity to respond to the talk especially if it has challenged some aspect of your life. The service will usually finish with another song.
The precise format will vary - some services will include the youngsters (“All-Age Worship”) and some will include Holy Communion, and there may be a baptism as well.
Coffee is served before this service in church (providing an opportunity for the congregations for this and the previous service to meet) and after the service in the Church Hall.
This service is Evensong - hymns, a psalm, a reading and a sermon, with a choir anthem.
The service is held in Breaston only on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays in a month.
On the 1st and 3rd Sundays, the service is held in Draycott (the neighbouring parish) either at St. Chad’s (Wilne) or at St. Mary’s (Draycott).
The Thursday morning service of Holy Communion is held at 9:30am, usual in the chancel. It is a simple “said” service.
Coffee is often available after the service, courtesy of one of the members of the congregation.