In the heart of heighington and open to all

You are certain of a warm welcome at St Michael’s. Come

along to one of our services and worship God in a friendly and

inviting atmosphere. We have both Church of England and

Methodist members. The parish also has a second small

church, St Andrew’s, at Bolam. We are proud of our strong links

with Heighington CE Primary School.

If you come to a service at 9.30am on a Sunday or at 10am on a Thursday, please join us for tea or coffee and biscuits afterwards, with a pleasant chat, and also purchase items from the Traidcraft stall or bookshelf.
The      recently       refurbished church   tower   was   originally   a watch-tower       and       signal station   —   but   now   provides   a reference   point,   representing peace of a different sort. People      have      worshipped here     for     centuries     –     St Michael’s    has    stood    since Norman    times    –    and    today Christians    are    working    out what   it   means   to   be   followers of    Jesus    Christ    in    our    own times too. Our   church   is   the   centre   of the      village,      and      as      a congregation   we   seek   to   be identified   with   the   community of which we are a part.
The   recently    refurbished   church tower    was    originally    a    watch- tower   and   signal   station   —   but now   provides   a   reference   point, representing   peace   of   a   different sort. People    have    worshipped    here for   centuries   –   St   Michael’s   has stood   since   Norman   times   –   and today   Christians   are   working   out what   it   means   to   be   followers   of Jesus    Christ    in    our    own    times too. Our   church   is   the   centre   of   the village,    and    as    a    congregation we   seek   to   be   identified   with   the community    of    which    we    are    a part.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
In the heart of Heighington and open to all
A warm welcome to everyone
The   recently    refurbished   church tower    was    originally    a    watch- tower    and    signal    station    –    but now   provides   a   reference   point, representing   peace   of   a   different sort. People    have    worshipped    here for   centuries   –   St   Michael’s   has stood   since   Norman   times   –   and today   Christians   are   working   out what   it   means   to   be   followers   of Jesus    Christ    in    our    own    times too. Our   church   is   the   centre   of   the village,    and    as    a    congregation we   seek   to   be   identified   with   the community    of    which    we    are    a part.
You   are   certain   of   a   warm   welcome   at   St   Michael’s.   Come   along   to one   of   our   services   and   worship   God   in   a   friendly   and   inviting atmosphere.    We    have    both    Church    of    England    and    Methodist members.    The    parish    also    has    a    second    small    church,    St Andrew’s,    at    Bolam.    We    are    proud    of    our    strong    links    with Heighington CE Primary School. If   you   come   to   the   service   at   9.30am   on   a   Sunday   or   at   10am   on   a Thursday,   please   join   us   for   tea   or   coffee   and   biscuits   afterwards, with   a   pleasant   chat,   and   also   purchase   items   from   the   Traidcraft stall or the bookstall.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
In the heart of Heighington and open to all
The   recently    refurbished   church tower    was    originally    a    watch- tower    and    signal    station    –    but now   provides   a   reference   point, representing   peace   of   a   different sort. People    have    worshipped    here for   centuries   –   St   Michael’s   has stood   since   Norman   times   –   and today   Christians   are   working   out what   it   means   to   be   followers   of Jesus    Christ    in    our    own    times too. Our   church   is   the   centre   of   the village,    and    as    a    congregation we   seek   to   be   identified   with   the community    of    which    we    are    a part.
You   are   certain   of   a   warm   welcome   one   of   our   services   and   worship   atmosphere.    We    have    both    members.    The    parish    also    Andrew’s,    at    Bolam.    We    are    Heighington CE Primary School. If   you   come   to   the   service   at   9.30am   Thursday,   please   join   us   for   tea   with   a   pleasant   chat,   and   also   stall or the bookstall.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
In the heart of Heighington and open to all
A warm welcome to everyone
The   recently    refurbished   church tower    was    originally    a    watch- tower    and    signal    station    –    but now   provides   a   reference   point, representing   peace   of   a   different sort. People    have    worshipped    here for   centuries   –   St   Michael’s   has stood   since   Norman   times   –   and today   Christians   are   working   out what   it   means   to   be   followers   of Jesus    Christ    in    our    own    times too. Our   church   is   the   centre   of   the village,    and    as    a    congregation we   seek   to   be   identified   with   the community    of    which    we    are    a part.
You   are   certain   of   a   warm   welcome   at   St   Michael’s.   Come   along   to one   of   our   services   and   worship   God   in   a   friendly   and   inviting atmosphere.    We    have    both    Church    of    England    and    Methodist members.    The    parish    also    has    a    second    small    church,    St Andrew’s,    at    Bolam.    We    are    proud    of    our    strong    links    with Heighington CE Primary School. If   you   come   to   the   service   at   9.30am   on   a   Sunday   or   at   10am   on   a Thursday,   please   join   us   for   tea   or   coffee   and   biscuits   afterwards, with   a   pleasant   chat,   and   also   purchase   items   from   the   Traidcraft stall or the bookstall.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
In the heart of Heighington and open to all
The   recently    refurbished   church tower    was    originally    a    watch- tower    and    signal    station    –    but now   provides   a   reference   point, representing   peace   of   a   different sort. People    have    worshipped    here for   centuries   –   St   Michael’s   has stood   since   Norman   times   –   and today   Christians   are   working   out what   it   means   to   be   followers   of Jesus    Christ    in    our    own    times too. Our   church   is   the   centre   of   the village,    and    as    a    congregation we   seek   to   be   identified   with   the community    of    which    we    are    a part.
You   are   certain   of   a   warm   welcome   one   of   our   services   and   worship   atmosphere.    We    have    both    members.    The    parish    also    Andrew’s,    at    Bolam.    We    are    Heighington CE Primary School. If   you   come   to   the   service   at   9.30am   Thursday,   please   join   us   for   tea   with   a   pleasant   chat,   and   also   stall or the bookstall.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
In the heart of Heighington and open to all
A warm welcome to everyone
The   recently    refurbished   church tower    was    originally    a    watch- tower    and    signal    station    –    but now   provides   a   reference   point, representing   peace   of   a   different sort. People    have    worshipped    here for   centuries   –   St   Michael’s   has stood   since   Norman   times   –   and today   Christians   are   working   out what   it   means   to   be   followers   of Jesus    Christ    in    our    own    times too. Our   church   is   the   centre   of   the village,    and    as    a    congregation we   seek   to   be   identified   with   the community    of    which    we    are    a part.
You   are   certain   of   a   warm   welcome   at   St   Michael’s.   one   of   our   services   and   worship   God   in   atmosphere.    We    have    both    Church    of    England    members.    The    parish    also    has    a    second    Andrew’s,    at    Bolam.    We    are    proud    of    Heighington CE Primary School. If   you   come   to   the   service   at   9.30am   on   a   Sunday   Thursday,   please   join   us   for   tea   or   coffee   and   with   a   pleasant   chat,   and   also   purchase   items   stall or the bookstall.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Revd Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
In the heart of Heighington and open to all
A warm welcome to everyone
The   recently    refurbished   church tower    was    originally    a    watch- tower    and    signal    station    –    but now   provides   a   reference   point, representing   peace   of   a   different sort. People    have    worshipped    here for   centuries   –   St   Michael’s   has stood   since   Norman   times   –   and today   Christians   are   working   out what   it   means   to   be   followers   of Jesus    Christ    in    our    own    times too. Our   church   is   the   centre   of   the village,    and    as    a    congregation we   seek   to   be   identified   with   the community    of    which    we    are    a part.
You   are   certain   of   a   warm   welcome   at   St   Michael’s.   Come   along   to one   of   our   services   and   worship   God   in   a   friendly   and   inviting atmosphere.    We    have    both    Church    of    England    and    Methodist members.    The    parish    also    has    a    second    small    church,    St Andrew’s,    at    Bolam.    We    are    proud    of    our    strong    links    with Heighington CE Primary School. If   you   come   to   the   service   at   9.30am   on   a   Sunday   or   at   10am   on   Thursday,   please   join   us   for   tea   or   coffee   and   biscuits   afterwards, with   a   pleasant   chat,   and   also   purchase   items   from   the   Traidcraft stall or the bookstall.