We believe that St Michael’s should be a place for all. In all that we do we aim to live up to these words of Jesus:

“Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14

 “Jesus called a little child to him and placed the child among them. And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. 4 Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 18:2-4

 Not only do we have an important responsibility to encourage and grow young people in their faith, we want to provide places and activities for young people to serve and equip the wider church through their actions, thoughts and beliefs.

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Our youth group for teenagers aimed at exploring the Christian faith within a community whilst having fun. We aim to go on at least 1 residential together each year.

1st and 3rd Sundays, 7pm – 9pm

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Praise & Play

For all pre-school children and babies with their parents and carers. Coffee, tea, juice, cake and biscuits included. Everyone is welcome!

10-11.30am (term time only)

£2.50 per family

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Junior Choir

Serve your local community and learn to read music! We rehearse during term time and join in with services every so often. All musical ability welcome.

Thursdays 6.30pm.



 4th Bramhall (St Michael’s)

At 4th Bramhall, through adventure, we help our Scouts & Leaders develop team-work skills, friendships, confidence, independence, responsibility and a ‘can do’ attitude to help prepare them for the wider world.

Beavers (6-8) – Tuesdays, 6pm – 7pm

Cubs (8-10.5) – Wednesdays, 6.45pm – 8.15pm

Scouts (10.5 – 14) – Thursdays, 7.15pm – 9pm

Explorers (14-18) Tuesdays – 7.30pm – 9.30pm

Annual subs of £145 split into three instalments help is available if you can’t afford the payments


4th Bramhall (St Michael’s)

For girls aged between 10-14 who take part in various activities ranging from arts and crafts to night hikes as well as everything in between

Tuesdays, 7pm – 8.30pm (Term Time)

Termly subs of £30


4th Bramhall (St Michael’s)

For girls aged seven to ten. Being a Brownie is an adventurous journey where you will have incredible experiences, make brilliant friends and discover the world around you.

Wednesdays, 6.30-8pm (Term Time)

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Rainbows - a fun and exciting programme for girls aged five to seven which is all about developing self-confidence, building friendships, learning new things and having fun. We follow a diverse and engaging programme and girls can take part in lots of different activities with others their own age.

Tuesdays, 5.45pm (Term Time)

Michael’s Munchkins

For all pre-school children and babies with their parents and carers. Coffee, tea, juice, cake and biscuits included. Everyone is welcome!

10-11.30am (term time only)

£2.50 per family

Active Angels

A playgroup that offers all different activities and toys for different age groups. We sing songs and involve puppets, parachutes and dancing.

Tuesdays 10-11.30

0-1 – 50p, 1-2 - £1, 2-4 – £1.50, per family - £1.50

We want everyone to feel welcome at St. Michael’s and to be able to say that they are at home here. As a result, we are committed to providing something for everyone to be a part of.

Anyone is welcome to join them, if you are interested please get in touch with the Church Office and they will pass your details on to one of the leaders. If there is something you would love to do but it’s not here, we would love to hear from you and have a discussion about the future.

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Bible Study

Each week there is the option to join a relaxed and informal gathering who study part of the bible. No preparation is necessary - just turn up and join the group in trying to understand what the passage is saying to us today.

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Wednesdays, 5.30pm


Thursday fellowship

This group which welcomes all explores a particular theme each term. Through Bible study and discussion on questions relevant to the church today and our own journey in faith we have felt encouraged and enjoyed learning together.

2nd Thursday of the month.

2.00pm -3.30pm

Weekly During Lent

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A men’s group who meet for a light lunch and chat. Occasionally there is a talk or a quiz but the aim is to provide a time of fellowship and welcome for all.

Second Monday of the Month, 12.15pm

Donations welcomed

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Mothers Union

Mothers’ Union is concerned with all that strengthens and preserves marriage and Christian family life.  It is prayer based, supporting each other and families Worldwide, and open to both men and women.

2pm - Fourth Thursday of month

Annual subscription of £25.00 plus 50p per meeting

Flower Club

The flower club provide flowers each week and at other times such as Easter, Christmas, Harvest and other important events. New members are always welcome, all that is needed is a love of flowers and you can even learn as you go.

Friday Mornings

Soup Lunch

A free lunch consisting of soup and bread rolls each month. No agenda, except sharing a meal in the company of others. Donations welcomed.

3rd Wednesday of the Month, 12pm

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Grounds Team

The grounds team has been going 20 years helping care for the church ground with grass cutting and hedge trimming being the two bigger activities. The highlight of the year is always the fish and chip supper to conclude the year’s work. New members aged 17 and over are always welcome with full training given.

On an ad-hoc volunteer basis throughout the year.

Knit & Natter

We meet once a month to enjoy each other’s company whilst we create with knitting needles and wool. No experience necessary. Donations welcome.

1st Thursday of the month, 2pm

St Michael’s Singers

The choir helps lead the sung worship on a Sunday with hymns and some anthems. The repertoire ranges from traditional hymns to some more contemporary music. You don’t necessarily need to be able to read music and singers of all ages are welcome.

Rehearsals are on a Thursday evening at 7pm and then before the service on a Sunday.

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The serving team assist clergy with helping organise acts of worship. Full training is given and servers operate on a rota. The role requires a level of forward thinking and being able to work as part of a team.

Training can be organised on an informal basis and then working as part of a team on a monthly basis.


Activities include a range of art, craft and embroidery, mainly led by a group member, but occasionally with invited tutors. Membership is open to anyone of any age or gender. Cost:

Alternate Thursday mornings 9:30 – 11:20

Usually £3