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Welcome to St Michael and All Angels

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

We welcome you as a visitor or to join us for worship & fellowship. Candlemas was recently celebrated on Sunday 3rd February with Sung Mass at 11am and Choral Evensong at 6pm. 

St Michael’s offers beautiful and traditional Services : Sung Mass on Sundays at 11am, with Evensong & Benediction on the 1st Sunday of the month at 6pm; Vespers (Plainchant and Meditation) on Tuesdays and Thursday at 6pm.

Browse this website for more information on our EventsParish MagazineBlog and the Music List. Click here to listen to the choir.

The forthcoming St Michael’s Lecture  is:

“The Syrian Conflict” with Prof Emma Loosley at 7.30pm, Wednesday 20th February

All gifts and donations in support of the upkeep of the church and its music are gratefully received. Donations of any size can be made easily and safely online via the myDonate button to the right, on this page (valid till end June 2019).

Prebendary Nigel Guthrie is our Vicar here and also at St David’s Church Exeter. Fr. Christopher Durrant and the Revd. Alison Whiting are our Curates.

The Nest Box Camera on the Peregrine Falcons nesting in the spire will resume online during March. Eggs are usually laid towards the end of March, often coinciding with the Spring Equinox. Nick Dixon’s 24-page illustrated booklet on the History of the Peregrine Falcons at St Michael’s, is available from his website.

We honour the lasting memory of the Revd. Dr John Hughes, former Curate of this parish and Dean of Jesus College, Cambridge, whose enthusiasm, encouragement, vision and love inspired ours and many other communities through the development of theology, heritage, music and the arts. The John Hughes Arts Festival now in its third year takes place this month at Jesus College in Cambridge. Likewise, we honour the lasting memory of the late Canon John Thurmer, former Priest of this church and Canon of Exeter Cathedral, and whose legacy is immeasurable. His input to this website includes the Glossary, which explores the rich vocabulary of the Church, and also the Constuitudinary. May they rest in peace and rise in glory.

Sundays in February

 After Candlemas there’s a long wait for Lent, with Ash Wednesday on 6th March, but there’s plenty of good Liturgy and Music to celebrate and enjoy as we follow mainly the Gospel of St Luke in Year C of he…

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St Michael’s Lectures 2019

Wednesday 20th February at 7.30pm, Professor Emma Loosley (Univ of Exeter) will address the important topic – The Syrian Conflict: What is it Really about? – from her extensive personal and professional knowledge. Everyone, of any faith or none, is warmly…

Read more
Men’s Breakfast

The next Men’s Breakfast will be on Saturday 23rd February in the Orangery at the Imperial from 9.00am – sign up/details in our churches, see Ian Smith, or just turn up. There’s usually about a dozen of us As usual this…

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Services in March

St Michael’s offers an inclusive welcome. Worship is traditional, music is excellent and people are friendly. You may like to know that on Fri 1 Mar, St David’s Day, at 7pm at Little St Mary’s Church, Cambridge, a new set of…

Read more
Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday, the First Day of Lent, is Wednesday 6th March this year, rather late in the calendar. It is marked at St Michael’s both morning and evening with Mass and Imposition of Ashes. As usual on a Wednesday, Matins will…

Read more
Sundays in February

 After Candlemas there’s a long wait for Lent, with Ash Wednesday on 6th March, but there’s plenty of good Liturgy and Music to celebrate and enjoy as we follow mainly the Gospel of St Luke in Year C of he…

Read more
Services in March

St Michael’s offers an inclusive welcome. Worship is traditional, music is excellent and people are friendly. You may like to know that on Fri 1 Mar, St David’s Day, at 7pm at Little St Mary’s Church, Cambridge, a new set of…

Read more
Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday, the First Day of Lent, is Wednesday 6th March this year, rather late in the calendar. It is marked at St Michael’s both morning and evening with Mass and Imposition of Ashes. As usual on a Wednesday, Matins will…

Read more
Parish Lunch Club

The next monthly Parish Lunch is arranged for 12 noon on Thursday 7th March taking place at  Exeter  College’s @34 Restaurant. All are welcome at these friendly social gatherings over a first rate Lunch served for £10 or less. Exeter College’s…

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Stations of the Cross

Wednesdays at 6.00-6.50pm during Lent (13,20,27 March & 3,10 April 2019) the Stations of the Cross are prayed at St Michael’s. “Powerful and evocative use of scripture,” said Curate Christopher Durrant.  You might also like to stay for our Lent…

Read more
Men’s Breakfast

The next Men’s Breakfast will be on Saturday 23rd February in the Orangery at the Imperial from 9.00am – sign up/details in our churches, see Ian Smith, or just turn up. There’s usually about a dozen of us As usual this…

Read more
Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday, the First Day of Lent, is Wednesday 6th March this year, rather late in the calendar. It is marked at St Michael’s both morning and evening with Mass and Imposition of Ashes. As usual on a Wednesday, Matins will…

Read more
Parish Lunch Club

The next monthly Parish Lunch is arranged for 12 noon on Thursday 7th March taking place at  Exeter  College’s @34 Restaurant. All are welcome at these friendly social gatherings over a first rate Lunch served for £10 or less. Exeter College’s…

Read more
Sundays in February

 After Candlemas there’s a long wait for Lent, with Ash Wednesday on 6th March, but there’s plenty of good Liturgy and Music to celebrate and enjoy as we follow mainly the Gospel of St Luke in Year C of he…

Read more
St Michael’s Lectures 2019

Wednesday 20th February at 7.30pm, Professor Emma Loosley (Univ of Exeter) will address the important topic – The Syrian Conflict: What is it Really about? – from her extensive personal and professional knowledge. Everyone, of any faith or none, is warmly…

Read more
Services in March

St Michael’s offers an inclusive welcome. Worship is traditional, music is excellent and people are friendly. You may like to know that on Fri 1 Mar, St David’s Day, at 7pm at Little St Mary’s Church, Cambridge, a new set of…

Read more
Stations of the Cross

Wednesdays at 6.00-6.50pm during Lent (13,20,27 March & 3,10 April 2019) the Stations of the Cross are prayed at St Michael’s. “Powerful and evocative use of scripture,” said Curate Christopher Durrant.  You might also like to stay for our Lent…

Read more

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