St. Michael's & the Ascension Aldershot

This is your church

                                                                                                                                                           WELCOME

We want to be a people journeying together to become a strong loving,    mature Christian community that enables everyone to flourish in Aldershot.

Whatever stage of life you're at we'd love to get to know you, to invite you to be part of this journey, and to experience the love of the Father, the compassion of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit.             

     

 We are meeting in person every Sunday 10am and every Wednesday 10am 

There are hand sanitisers provided for your use. Please wear face masks unless you are exempt and we encourage you to scan the track and trace code as you enter church and seat yourselves spaced apart from others. We are regularly cleaning in accordance with Covid guidelines.          

   The Readings and Order of Service can be obtained here

Services

Sunday Services 10am at St Michael's 

First Sunday of the month "FOMO Service" for the whole family

Wednesday 10am Holy Communion - Traditional BCP (book of common prayer)

PLEASE SEE THE UPDATE PAGE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION


Odd Fellows logo

Rushmoor Male Voice choir concert has been postponed due to lack of heating.


We are a group of men based in the Hampshire/Surrey area who love to sing. Founded in 1960 to sing in the Aldershot Music Festival, approaches to local church choirs brought volunteers from many backgrounds with an odd one from here and an odd one from there, so the name "Odd Fellows" was coined.  We aim principally to entertain our audiences, to raise money for charity and to have fun doing it! We have been privileged to be invited to sing at Festivals around the country and in Germany, including 6 appearances at the Royal Albert Hall in the London Welsh Festival of Male Voices. Proceeds from this concert (after expenses) will go to St. Michael's roof and heating fund.

SAFEGUARDING

Our Parish takes Safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults extremely seriously and our Vicar and Parochial Church Council are fully committed to their responsibilities as published in  the Church of England requirements to "Promote a Safer Church".

You will find further details on the next page on this website, including who to contact if you have a concern.