WORSHIP & COMMUNITY

 

Every Sunday we have age appropriate activities for children, young people and adults during the 10.00am service. 

 

What do the children do? All sorts! Sometimes singing, crafts, games, drama, listening to Bible stories, gardening, discussing what we think and how we feel.

 

Most Sundays we start in the Church together, then after a few songs and prayers the children leave the old bit of the Church building and go into the centre. They then re-join the rest of the congregation before the end of the service.

 

We hold a Fairtrade stall every Sunday immediately after the 10am service and we always have coffee, tea , juice and biscuits and a social chat after our services. You are always welcome to drop in even if you don’t attend the service

Sundays

 

1st Sunday in the month


8.30am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

 

10.00am Holy Communion with Choir

3.00pm Messy Church in The Centre

 

2nd Sunday in the month

 

10.00am All Together - Informal Service where everybody worships and learns together and from each other.

 

7.30pm A relaxed and informal worship service in St. Michael’s Centre (sometimes called Encounter)

 

3rd Sunday in the month

 

10.00am Celtic Holy Communion (Common Worship) with Choir & Children’s Groups

 

4th Sunday in the month

 

10.00am Morning Worship (Common Worship) with Choir & Children’s Groups

 

5th Sunday in the month

 

10.00am Various Styles of Worship Throughout the Year with Choir & Children’s Groups

More than just a Sunday

 

Monday to Friday

Rev. Richard invites anyone who wishes, to join him at

Morning Prayer at 9am

and

Evening Prayer at 5pm

St. Michael's runs a number of social, spiritual and educational events throughout the week. Look on our public Facebook page for more information.

Rev. Richard Parkinson

Richard is our Rector, he loves animals, film, reading, playing music, walking and beer making. He and his wife Sarah, have a young family of three children, one dog, two rabbits, and some chickens. Richard has had an eclectic career in business and third sector leadership as well as a BA in Theology from Leeds University and a MA in Theology from Durham University. For Richard, Christianity is about inclusivity and sacrificial love and he is very happy to talk more about that.

As well as being the Rector of St. Michael's Richard is the Chaplain at Bishop Burton College, Curate of Etton and Dalton Holme, Area Dean for Beverley and is a 'Rural Champion' for the East Riding of Yorkshire. 

Rector@stmichaelscherryburton.org.uk

Mrs Judi Peirson

Judi is one of our Church Wardens and leads our choir.

Chruch Warden

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