09:30 Matins, with the Angelus / Regina Coeli.
10:00 Low Mass, also streamed live to the St Michael’s facebook page.
All are warmly welcome to these services.
NO Services Wed 1st Dec owing to a Funeral at St David’s Church.
To keep everyone safe, we have social distancing measures in place which mean your…
The Origin of the Date of Christmas – St Michaels Lecture
Professor Oliver Nicholson will discuss the3rd & 4th century origins of 25th December as the date of Christmas. And how it has little or nothing to do with existing pagan festivals.
All Welcome. Free – donations welcome.
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Beginning with the Angelus at 18:00, the evening office of Vespers is sung with plainsong psalms, hymns, the Magnificat and prayers by candlelight.
On Thursdays, this meditative service is also streamed live from the Friends of St Michael’s Facebook Group.
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St Michael’s open for 11am Sung Mass. Please observe our Covid-aware precautions – hand sanitiser, spaced seating, face covering unless exempt, Communion in one kind brought to you in the pew.
The 3rd Sunday of Advent is known as Gaudete Sunday, from the Introit words “Rejoice in the Lord alway”, and…
Beginning with the Angelus at 18:00, the evening office of Vespers is sung with plainsong psalms, hymns, the magnificat and prayers by candlelight.
Vespers are now also being sung on Tuesdays at 6pm, before Choir Practice at 7pm.
This meditative service is also streamed live from the Friends of St Michael’s Facebook Group.
Sunday 19th December at 11am, Sung Mass. As we light the 4th Candle on the Advent Wreath, the Readings, Hymns and choir music direct our thoughts to Mary, Mother of Jesus.
Please observe the customary Covid precautions – sanitise hand, maintain distance, face covering unless exempt. Communion will be brought…
2021 Midnight Mass 11.30pm at St Michael’s Church.
All welcome, with the usual Covid-secure precautions and Communion brought to you in the Pew.
We welcome Curate Fr Ash Leighton Plom as Celebrant. .
Next Service here is Sunday Mass at 11am on the Feast of Stephen, Boxing Day, 26th December
Christmas Day Eucharist, 9.30am at…
2021 – Please Note. Owing to…, our Parish Christmas Morning Service is ONLY the 9.30am Eucharist at St David’s Church.
There is NO Morning Mass at St Michael’s today; hopefully you were able to come to Midnight Mass last night. There will be Sunday morning Mass at 11am tomorrow on the…
As we approach the end of 2021, another hard year for many, on Sunday 26th December, the Feast of St Stephen, first martyr for Christ, we have Sung Mass at 11am also remembering the Holy Family in the Temple hearing the words of old Simeon & Anna.
For our Covid-secure Sung…
Beginning with the Angelus at 18:00, the evening office of Vespers is sung with plainsong psalms, hymns, the Magnificat and prayers by candlelight. Read more here..
On Thursday, this meditative service is also streamed live from the Friends of St Michael’s Facebook Group.
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All welcome. Please follow Covid-aware precautions. I look from afar, and lo!
Sunday 5th December at 6pm.
The Advent Procession is on Sunday 5th December at 6pm. Prayers, Readings, Hymns, Carols and Candles illuminate the plainsong Great O Antiphons, which we also hear in the Advent Hymn “O come, O come Emmanuel”,…
11am Sung Mass or Litany. Advent Sunday is the start of the Christian Year; the Liturgical colour changes to PURPLE
The Litany published by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer in 1544 is the earliest officially authorized vernacular service in English. The Litany is sung in Procession and the 1st candle of the Advent…
Saturday 27th November at 10am
We shall meet in person at 10am at the Farmers’ Union!
This month, Sat 27 Nov, we shall have a 10am Meeting at the Farmer’s Union to share breakfast/Brunch and community spirit.
We had kept going with Zoom Meetings & DIY-Breakfast during Lockdowns, but it’s good to meet in person again..
Sung Mass at 11am for the Feast of Christ the King.
Covid-aware Worship in Church.
Also traditionally known as Stir-up Sunday, from the Prayer Book Collect translated from Latin by Cranmer, and the making of Christmas puddings, the last Sunday before Advent is a celebration of Christ the King, Jesus as the…
Remembrance Sunday, 14th November, is marked with special music and sermon during our 10.55am Mass, at which the Celebrant and Preacher will be Fr Dominic Cyrus. There will be an Act of Remembrance at about 11 o’clock.
The Mass Setting is the Service in F by Herbert Sumsion (1899-1995), who served…
Sunday 7th November 2021 Sung Requiem Mass, 6.00pm.
(transferred from Tue 2nd Nov)
All Souls’ Day is a special day of prayer for the dead, “The Commemoration of the Faithful Departed”, celebrated normally on 2nd November, the day after All Saints’ Day. A list of those to be remembered and prayed…
Visit of Archdeacon for a consultation about the future patterns of ministry in Exeter City Centre. Please note change of date.
Archdeacon Andrew Beane will be leading a parish meeting for us on the morning of Saturday 6th November, from 10:00am. It would be good to have as many people as possible…
Hugh Allen’s lecture opens this welcome return of the Lectures Series at 7:30pm, Wednesday 27th October, inside St Michael’s Church.
The Winter Lectures Series begins with an enchanting window into the world of Fr Ignatius’s Anglo-Catholic community and monastery at Capel-y-ffin, deep in the Black Mountains of Wales.
Further information and links:
• Fr Ignatius…
All are warmly welcomed to our annual celebration of thanksgiving for Harvest on Sunday 3rd October
11:00am, Sung Mass
Anthem: Thou Visitest the Earth & Blessest it, Maurice Greene
6.00pm, Choral Evensong & Benediction
O salutaris 269, Tantum ergo 268
Gifts and Donations of Tinned & Dried Goods for Exeter Food Bank will be most appreciated.…