St. Michael’s is a thriving and diverse church with a wide range of activities and groups for all ages.  Please read on to find out more and how to get involved.  If you are interested in volunteering please visit our volunteering page.

Sunday School
Sunday School meets in the Community Centre adjacent to the church at 10.00am during term time.  Children are invited to join in a wide variety of activities, often linked to the weekly theme. These can include games, prayer, songs, drama, stories and creative arts and crafts.  Children will be brought into the church for a blessing/communion just before the end of the service when they can either sit with the Sunday School leaders or join their families. Under 3s should be accompanied by a parent/carer. Once a month th

Harry Hobson

ere is an all age family mass at 10am in which the children participate in various ways.

For further information please contact Sunday School Leader Harry Hobson:,

There is a wide range of special services and events for children at St. Michael’s. For the full list please consult the leaflet for children and young people here.

Wednesday Lunch Group
Each Wednesday Mass is held at 12 noon followed by a lunch in the Community Centre. There is a rota of people who provide lunch and a lift to/from St Michael’s can be arranged. For further details please contact the Parish Office:
Tel: 020 8876 5230

Monthly Book Group
The Book Group re-launched this Autumn. The group exists for people to get together and discuss books on a spiritual and faith theme.  Please contact the Parish Office for more details and to express interest.

St Paul’s Christian Union
The CU of St Paul’s School in north Barnes has been connected with St Michael’s for many years and meets in the Church Hall every Sunday and hold their annual carol service here. Many members of the CU worship at St Michael’s and are always welcome.

Finance Committee
The Finance Committee is a subcommittee of the PCC, offering advice and support on financial matters.  It is Chaired by the Treasurer, Jacqueline Russell.  The work of the FC helps St Michael’s to use its income and giving to the glory of God and the service of his people in this place.