When is the café open? The café is open for tea, coffee and biscuits Monday to Wednesday 10.00-12.00; and on Thursday to Saturday we have ‘Angel At My Table’ surplus food café, serving snacks, light meals and lunches 10.00-3pm.  See the ‘Angel At My Table’ Facebook page here. Music@Mike’s The last Music@Mike’s for the summer term will be on Saturday 20th July when we have a piano recital by Simon Conning.  Entry is free, but donations to the East Cheshire Hospice and St.Michael’s are welcomed.  At all our lunchtime concerts light refreshments or a main course are available both before and after the event from our Angel At My Table cafe.  Full details of this season’s programme of Music@Mike’s are available here.   Room Hire If you are looking for a room to hire for a meeting; a concert or other function, please select the “Room Hire” button on the left or click here, which will transfer you to our room hire page. The Treacle Services. These take place on the last Sunday of the month. Parking on Sunday .. please note that on Treacle Market days there is additional parking available, fairly close to the church, in King Edward St (the street opposite the library). The cost is £1 per day and the charge goes towards the restoration fund for the Unitarian Chapel. Our Safeguarding Policy. St. Michael’s takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures here. We also have our own additional information specifically relevant to St Michael's.  This is available here. Our Parish Safeguarding Officer (PSO) is Katie Wilcock.  The Diocese Safeguarding Team can be contacted on 07704 338885 (during office hours) and also safeguarding@chester.anglican.org. Useful contact information for the diocese safeguarding team can be found here. If you are seeking urgent advice, during out-of-hours, you should contact your local social services team or local police on 101 and alert the Diocesan Safeguarding Team as soon as possible and within 24 hours.
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Services at St Michael's, Macclesfield, on :

Sunday 14th July .. 7th after Trinity

10:00 Church Family Worship

6:30pm Choral Evensong

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Start the Week Every Monday morning 7:30-10:00am (including bank holidays) our team of volunteers provides a space for prayer and reflection, conversation and a listening ear, and light refreshments.  Prayers, following the Church of England Cycle of Prayer for the week, are said every half an hour, whilst at 8.30am, a service of Morning Prayer is held and streamed live on Facebook here.  If you wish to follow the service the words can be found here. Home Communion St Michael’s offers Home Communion for those who are unable to come to church.  If you wish to receive Communion at home either long term or short term (e.g. due to an operation or illness) please contact the Home Communion Team via the Church Office (Phone: 01625 421 984, email: clergypa@maccteam.org.uk). Thursday services Thursday services at 10:30am alternate between communion and morning prayer with morning prayer on July 11th and 25th and communion on July 18th and August 2nd.
“Let’s Knit a Scarf to Keep the Church Warm” The scarf itself will (obviously) not keep the church warm, but money donated will go towards our goal of achieving the Church of England’s target to be carbon-neutral by 2030. Think ‘more efficient boiler’ and, longer term, ‘solar panels’ - and please give generously!  To donate towards our “Let’s Knit a Scarf to Keep the Church Warm” project pleaseclick the box below.
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