Regular Events


Throughout each month we have a lot of different events that everyone and anyone is welcome to come along to. These are often focused around good food, good company and good discussion. Not every event runs every month but the list below has all details and how to book if required.

Food For Thought

Meeting at 7.30pm on the 3rd Monday evening every month between September and May. We have a range of different after dinner speakers who have ranged from poets, CEOs, judges and charity leaders as well as a two course meal to start the evening off. Cost is £12 per person to cover the meal and speakers expenses. Please contact Howard or George to book your place.

Friendship Circle

On the 2nd Wednesday of each month starting at 12.30pm is the Friendship Circle. This is an active group of senior members of our community who gather for company, food and a fun afternoon together. There is a programme available in the St. Michael's Centre.

Craft Morning

Every 2nd Saturday morning on the month is our Craft Morning. A space to bring along whatever art or craft you are working on and do a bit in the company of like minded people and exchange ideas and tips. We meet from 10am-1pm and people drop in when they can and leave when they must.

Cherry Tots

Cherry Tots is run under the guidance of St Michael & All Angels and as such comes within the scope of the Diocese of York Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy.

It is run each Tuesday morning from 9.15am–11am in the

St Michael’s Centre and is mainly for pre-school children and their parents/guardians

Prayer in Stillness

Every weekday morning at 9am St. Michael's is open for community morning prayer. We use a form of prayer that is from the Iona Community. Rev. Richard leads this time of prayer and so if you have any prayer requests for yourself or others you can confidentially email them to

Special Events

For the foreseeable future St. Michael's will be closed to the public. This is by government instruction and advice. We continue to serve the whole community because the Church is not the building but the people and because the Church's mission is to know, show and share God's love and peace to everyone we will continue to do in as many and varied ways we can.

We will continue to collect for the Food Bank in Orchard Park and will begin to also collect food for East Riding Food Bank on Mill Bank in Beverley. If you have need for food please see their website at East Yorkshire Food Bank 

We will also continue to work alongside the Parish Council to provide volunteers and a structure for community care and support. Please to visit Cherry Burton COVID-19 Support Group for more information to ask for and offer help.

We also continue to care to all who are isolated and lonely in our parish communities. We have a small but faithful number of people making daily phone calls to those who need an encouraging connection, whether elderly or young. 

We also continue to provide daily opportunities for finding peace and wholeness in God, through prayer. More information on these can be found on the Worship at Home page

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