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February to April services

Our next sermon series starts on 5th February and is called ‘Learning from Jesus in Luke’s Gospel’. We’ll be working through Luke’s account of the life and teaching of Jesus in the run up to Easter. The passages and preachers will include: 5th Feb  –  “The Messiah’s manifesto”    (Lk 4:14-37, Ken Perkins) 12th Feb…

Support us through “Give as you live”

You can now support St Michael’s every time you shop online! Simply visit your favourite online stores through the Give As You Live website or mobile phone app, and nominate St Michael’s Church Gidea Park as your favourite charity. A proportion of your online expenditure will then be donated to St Michael’s church and its…

Vicar’s blog: God isn’t dead!

Stephen Fry has been in the news recently for his anti-God remarks on Irish television. He argued that the existence of evil in the world rules out the existence of God. And it seems Stephen Fry is not alone in his atheism. Statistics published in The Daily Telegraph last month claimed that only 38% of women and 24% of…