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• Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts.

Colossians 3: 15

 

 Welcome to St Michael’s Braintree!

   

St Michael’s Church is a lively evangelical church situated in the centre of Braintree, Essex.

We would normally meet together for worship each Sunday at 8am, 10am and 6.30pm.  During the coronavirus pandemic, we have been providing our services online, through “St Michael’s by Phone” and by Zoom – both for children & families and for adults.  All of our YouTube services are launched on a Sunday, and are then available any time after that.  Details of our services are on our weekly Notice Sheet and you can find our Worship on the Web online services on the following link: St. Michael's - Worship on the Web

From Easter Sunday, we will also be opening the church building each Sunday from 10am for morning worship.

If you wish to attend one of our services in church, you will need to book in, by midnight on Thursday.  The booking form can be accessed from here:  St. Michael's Braintree - Church Service Booking Form.  You can also book by leaving an answerphone message on the church office phone (01376 321248). 
We will contact you by 5pm on Friday, if you have a seat – please only attend if you have a pre-booked seat.
On Easter Saturday (3rd April) from 4pm, we are having a children’s Easter Party on Zoom – do please book in, if you would like to join us, and we will send you the Zoom link.

Details of other activities are on our weekly Notice Sheet and monthly LINK magazine, available via tabs at the top of this website.

We send a weekly email, with updates of events, groups and other things happening at St Michael’s. 
If you would like to receive this, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and I will make sure you receive this.

Wishing you every blessing,

Rev Nigel Adams

    
Safeguarding


We are committed to Safeguarding children, young people, and vulnerable adults. 

The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England’s website:  www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding