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Welcome to St Michael and All Angels

~ The community of St Michael’s extends a very warm welcome to all 

St Michael’s offers beautiful Services in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, which are open to everyone:

Sung Mass each Sunday at 11am; Evensong & Benediction on the 1st Sunday of the month at 6pm; Vespers (Plainchant and Meditation) on Tuesdays and Thursday at 6pm.

Services are led by the Vicar of the Parish, Prebendary Nigel Guthrie, Fr Dominic Cyrus, the Venerable David Gunn-Johnson and the Curate of the Parish, Revd. Alison Whiting.

Please browse this website for more information on our Events, June’s Parish MagazineBlogMusic List and click here to listen to the choir of St Michael’s.

The webcam positioned on our famous Peregrine Falcons which nest within the spire is live now until end-of-June. Our nesting pair are preparing this year’s two young for fledging in mid-June. 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. We also honour the lasting memory of Canon John Thurmer, former Priest of this church, Chaplain of the University of Exeter and Canon of Exeter Cathedral, whose legacy is immeasurable. His input to this website includes the Glossary, which explores the rich vocabulary of the Church. May they rest in peace and rise in glory.

SafeguardingThe PCC has committed the St Michael’s community to the support, nurture, protection and safeguarding of all, especially the young and the vulnerable. Please see our contact page for more information. 

Accessibility – Our Listed Victorian building is accessible to wheelchair users via quickly deployable ramps.  We use Incense in most Services.

Donations – 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).

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

St David’s Heritage Lectures

Up at St David’s Church, a series of Heritage Lectures in recognition of HLF support of the Transformation Project. Tuesday 18th June, 7.30pm. Dr Clive Wilson – Can we blame the weather & climate for the church’s cracks? Tuesday 21st May, 7.30pm.…

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St Michael’s Lectures 2019

Wednesday 19th June, 7.30pm. Sophia Engel and Georgia Bauer will give a S. Michael’s Lecture on “How relevant is peace and reconciliation work in Europe today?” Sabrina  Gröschel writes:- “During the 1958 synod meeting of the Protestant Church in Germany, two…

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Corpus Christi

Thursday 20th June, the Thursday after Trinity Sunday, we celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi with Sung Mass at 7.30pm and a joyful  Procession with the Monstrance containing the Blessed Sacrament under an ornate Canopy around Mount Dinham (weather permitting)…

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Men’s Breakfast

The next Men’s Breakfast will be on Saturday 22nd June 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 June

Wed 5 June, 9.30am Matins, 10am Low Mass – Today is the Feast of St Boniface, from Crediton, educated in Exeter, missionary, Bishop of Mainz, martyred in Frisia, buried in Fulda Cathedral, Germany, and newly designated Patron Saint of Devon. Sat…

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Corpus Christi

Thursday 20th June, the Thursday after Trinity Sunday, we celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi with Sung Mass at 7.30pm and a joyful  Procession with the Monstrance containing the Blessed Sacrament under an ornate Canopy around Mount Dinham (weather permitting)…

Read more
Services in June

Wed 5 June, 9.30am Matins, 10am Low Mass – Today is the Feast of St Boniface, from Crediton, educated in Exeter, missionary, Bishop of Mainz, martyred in Frisia, buried in Fulda Cathedral, Germany, and newly designated Patron Saint of Devon. Sat…

Read more
St David’s Heritage Lectures

Up at St David’s Church, a series of Heritage Lectures in recognition of HLF support of the Transformation Project. Tuesday 18th June, 7.30pm. Dr Clive Wilson – Can we blame the weather & climate for the church’s cracks? Tuesday 21st May, 7.30pm.…

Read more
Corpus Christi

Thursday 20th June, the Thursday after Trinity Sunday, we celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi with Sung Mass at 7.30pm and a joyful  Procession with the Monstrance containing the Blessed Sacrament under an ornate Canopy around Mount Dinham (weather permitting)…

Read more
Men’s Breakfast

The next Men’s Breakfast will be on Saturday 22nd June 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
Services in June

Wed 5 June, 9.30am Matins, 10am Low Mass – Today is the Feast of St Boniface, from Crediton, educated in Exeter, missionary, Bishop of Mainz, martyred in Frisia, buried in Fulda Cathedral, Germany, and newly designated Patron Saint of Devon. Sat…

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Parish Summer Fete

Saturday 29th June, from 11.30am to 2.30pm. Our Parish Summer Fête up at St David’s Church. Lots of Stalls – cakes, plants, books, bric-a-brac. Music from Exeter Railway Band. BBQ and Refreshments. Games. Grand Prize Draw. Please support. ...

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St David’s Heritage Lectures

Up at St David’s Church, a series of Heritage Lectures in recognition of HLF support of the Transformation Project. Tuesday 18th June, 7.30pm. Dr Clive Wilson – Can we blame the weather & climate for the church’s cracks? Tuesday 21st May, 7.30pm.…

Read more
St Michael’s Lectures 2019

Wednesday 19th June, 7.30pm. Sophia Engel and Georgia Bauer will give a S. Michael’s Lecture on “How relevant is peace and reconciliation work in Europe today?” Sabrina  Gröschel writes:- “During the 1958 synod meeting of the Protestant Church in Germany, two…

Read more
Services in June

Wed 5 June, 9.30am Matins, 10am Low Mass – Today is the Feast of St Boniface, from Crediton, educated in Exeter, missionary, Bishop of Mainz, martyred in Frisia, buried in Fulda Cathedral, Germany, and newly designated Patron Saint of Devon. Sat…

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Organ Recital – Jean-René André

Wednesday 7th August at 7pm, we are delighted to welcome Jean-René André, Director of Music at Rennes Cathedral, to give a Recital of popular European Organ pieces from across the centuries. The city of Rennes , Brittany in France, has been…

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