Our Ministry Team
In July 2022 the congregation said a fond farewell to Revd Paul Reynolds and his wife, Alison, as Paul retired after nearly 15 years of ministry here at St Michael’s.
Currently we are advertising (through our patron CPAS) for a new vicar and have supplied a Parish Profile for him/her to look at who we are and what we do.
While we await this new appointment, we’re very fortunate to have a strong team of retired clergy and a Reader (Recognised Lay Minister) attached to the church, as well as our valued churchwardens, who can undertake all the duties in the meantime.
Below are our churchwardens, Stan Heptinstall and David Jones.
COMMITMENT TO OTHERS
Here at St Michael’s, we are committed to supporting others. We have strong links with mission partners in Guatemala (CMS), the Middle East, and in Tanzania and Bulgaria (OneCollective). We also donate to people in need through Christian Aid, harvest projects, the Bestwood and Bulwell Foodbank, a Christmas Shoebox Appeal, a Christmas Toy Appeal and we have provided support for Ukraine through the charity T4U.
Click below to meet the valued members of St Michael’s who help to run our church.
We aim to ensure that all children, young people and vulnerable adults are kept safe in our church during services and activities.
If you have any concerns about the welfare of a child or vulnerable adult, please contact: Tina Newton, Parish Safeguarding Officer, on 07857 878024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Diocese contact is Mr Julian Hodgson, The Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor via the team on 01636 817200 or email@example.com.
The Local Authority contact is Out of Hours Safeguarding Services for Children and Adults in Nottinghamshire. Telephone 0300 456 4546 or 999 in an emergency.
Click to view our Parish Safeguarding page incorporating policy documents.
Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham
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We are delighted to announce that St Michael’s is officially recognised as having achieved silver status as an Eco Church and is one of only seven churches in the Diocese to achieve this. This means that we seek to be environmentally sustainable in all that we do.
We are grateful to our members for their financial, as well as practical, support. Visit our Giving page to find out why Christians choose to give and the different methods for supporting all that the church has offer to our community and beyond.