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Welcome to St Michael and All Angels

~  The community of St Michael’s Mount Dinham extends a very warm welcome to everyone   ~

PUBLIC WORSHIP SUSPENDED in the Parish of St David with St Michael. To be reviewed for the end of February.

All are welcome to Worship with us Online until Services in our beautiful Church building can be resumed.

Sadly, but wisely in light of the current Covid pandemic, we have decided to suspend all Public Worship in the Parish.

St Michael’s Church will open to allow Private Prayers with full Covid precautions on Sundays only from 11am – 12noon.

Wednesday Matins will be streamed to our St Michael & All Angels Facebook page, available live & later.

St David’s Church will open for Private Prayer, Sundays 9.30-10.30am and Thursdays 10.30-11.30am.

As well as Services & Prayers Online via our Facebook pages, our Weekly Pew Sheets & Notices giving up-to-date information will be linked from the Events pages

While open for Private Prayer on Sundays between 11am-12noon, for your safety, please be Covid-Aware – use Hand Sanitiser, at least 2m distancing & marked pews, and face covering unless exempt.

Fr Nigel Guthrie, Curates Ash Leighton Plom & Belinda Speed-Andrews, with Readers and visiting clergy minister in the Parish. By mutual agreement, at St Michael’s only male priests preside.

+ +   Our life of prayer and worship continues in faithful hearts in Church & Online   + +

Our Online  Heritage Open Day Resources  are here.

Weekday prayers & Wednesday Matins will be streamed to the Friends of St Michael’s Facebook group and/or St Michael & All Angels Facebook page.

Visit the Events pages on the website for links to recordings and readings. To receive our Newsletter and Pewsheet by email, please sign up with Oliver Nicholson at  virtualsaintmichaels@gmail.com 

It’s a way to stay in touch and hold together in this difficult time. Advice & news from Exeter Diocese is at this link.

Here is this month’s Parish Magazine, the pre-Covid  Music List,   Lectures (currently suspended), and a selection of recordings of the Choir.

Our nature and wildlife continue to thrive. St Michael’s famous Peregrine Falcons can be watched via the webcam viewing their nest within the spire. In 2020 our female Peregrine laid 3 eggs, but sadly for the first time in 24 years none of them hatched. Exeter Peregrine Group’s Flickr gallery holds unique and beautiful images of these incredible birds.

We send our very best wishes to you all – may you stay grounded and healthy, and may we all navigate the challenges of this time with grace and love.

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St Michael’s has always been regularly used for Weddings and Baptisms, musical events, lectures, community groups, rehearsals and workshops. You are welcome to contact us if you would like to hire St Michael’s for your future event.

Donations ~ All gifts and donations in support of the upkeep of the church and its mission are gratefully received.

•   St Michael’s was consecrated to the Glory of God at Michaelmas, 29 September 1868  •  

SAFEGUARDING – If you have a concern about the safety of someone or the actions of someone working with children or vulnerable adults, please speak to someone:  Mary Kirkland, Safeguarding Representative –  07872 626168

 Or the Exeter Diocesan Safeguarding Team – https://exeter.anglican.org/resources/safeguarding/safeguarding-team/

If you are a young person and you feel unhappy about something happening to you, you can call Childline on 0800 11 11.

Online only Wednesday Matins & NO Mass

Owing to the current Covid Pandemic, PUBLIC WORSHIP is SUSPENDED for a while. Angelus and Matins on Wednesdays will be streamed to the St Michael’s Facebook page until further notice, but NO Mass. [Wednesday mornings would usually be 9.30 traditional BCP Matins…

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Sundays in January

Owing to the current Covid Pandemic, PUBLIC WORSHIP is SUSPENDED for a while> There will be no Sunday Mass in Church here until further notice. Please consult Pew Sheet & Notices links for Online Worship options. St Michael’s will be open for…

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Candlemas

The important Feast of Candlemas, or the Presentation of Christ in the Temple, takes place 40 days after Christmas (2nd Feb). As that is a Tuesday this year, we transfer it to Sunday 31st January, with Sung Mass at 11am. Visitors…

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Candlemas

The important Feast of Candlemas, or the Presentation of Christ in the Temple, takes place 40 days after Christmas (2nd Feb). As that is a Tuesday this year, we transfer it to Sunday 31st January, with Sung Mass at 11am. Visitors…

Read more
Online only Wednesday Matins & NO Mass

Owing to the current Covid Pandemic, PUBLIC WORSHIP is SUSPENDED for a while. Angelus and Matins on Wednesdays will be streamed to the St Michael’s Facebook page until further notice, but NO Mass. [Wednesday mornings would usually be 9.30 traditional BCP Matins…

Read more
Sundays in January

Owing to the current Covid Pandemic, PUBLIC WORSHIP is SUSPENDED for a while> There will be no Sunday Mass in Church here until further notice. Please consult Pew Sheet & Notices links for Online Worship options. St Michael’s will be open for…

Read more
Candlemas

The important Feast of Candlemas, or the Presentation of Christ in the Temple, takes place 40 days after Christmas (2nd Feb). As that is a Tuesday this year, we transfer it to Sunday 31st January, with Sung Mass at 11am. Visitors…

Read more

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