The St Michael’s Art Gallery will again be exhibiting at the Church this coming November with a brand-new exhibition of paintings by amateur and semi-professional artists on display for perusing, enjoying and perhaps purchasing. Our last exhibition in the Church just before it was closed for the PRISM project, in July 2017, had over 80 different painting by 45 different artists and we hope to have a similar number in
Friday Cakes, St. Mike’s Cafe, Coffee Playgroup, St. Michael’s Friday Coffee Shop. We have been known by many names but have always had one goal; to be a coffee shop from the church to the local community. We started small one Friday in September 2009. It consisted of a few mums with tiny babies and the odd passing pensioner but that was good for us. It was never a money-making
Timmy grew up in Nigeria with his parents who were both Anglicans. He is the eldest of four siblings. He was baptised by his grandfather, who was also an Anglican Vicar. At age 12, after some conversations with some schoolmates, Timmy ceased to see Christianity just as a family religion but made a personal commitment to follow the lordship of Jesus. He was later confirmed in the Anglican tradition. He
On Tuesday, 18th September, St Michael’s church building was the venue of a Celebration and Thank You event. Thank you to all who helped and thanks be to God. After many years of planning, of fundraising, of careful drawing up of detailed plans and significant investment of time and energy by so many people, the major building project, known as PRISM, had been completed. The church building closed for approximately
Do you have an old laptop, tablet or mobile phone that you no longer use? In order to raise money for PRISM, Mike Potts collected unwanted gadgets regardless of condition to wipe, fix and sell onwards. It has raised over £1,000 to date.
St Michael’s Art Gallery “SMAG” is an opportunity for artists (amateur and semi professional) to display their work in the dramatic setting of St Michael’s, Blackheath Park, a historic Grade II* listed building constructed 1828-30, known historically and locally as the Needle of Kent representing the boundary between the old London area and the County of Kent. Artists have the opportunity to display their work in a beautiful setting with
Performing a range of secular and sacred a cappella pieces from around the world, raised over £800
Thanks to all who attended the PRISM Wine Tasting evening on 23 February 2017. Harley Wines importer Samuel Hellyer guided guests through eight varieties of wine from Uruguay and South Africa. The total amount raised is still being worked out but we’re told a good evening was had by all. Over £700 was raised! The following wines were sampled – Weltevrede Philip Jonker Entheos Brut Sparkling – Non Vintage Dalla Cia