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St Michael’s Wood Green – 8:30am (Said Mass)
St Michael’s Wood Green – 10:30am
St Michael’s at Bowes – 11:00am

St Michael’s at Bowes – 11:00am

St Michael’s Wood Green – 12:00noon

St Andrew’s Alexander Park – 11:00am
St Michael’s Wood Green – 7:00pm

St Michael’s Wood Green – 12:00noon

St Michael’s Wood Green – 12:00noon

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Please stay tuned here for regular updates from St Michael’s Church. We remain the Body of Christ, united together through our prayers for the world, for Wood Green, for those providing healthcare and for each other.

Weekly reflections

Dates for your diary

Service booklets

Daily reading

Our missions

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Youth groups

We're passionate about supporting the young people of our community by providing engaging and safe places for them to meet.

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St Raphael’s Centre provides accommodation for our Sunday School, and is also a drop-in centre for outreach.

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Please help to support our church. Make a donation or raise funds for St Michael’s while you shop and search the web.

Who we are

We are a diverse and vibrant Anglican congregation, made up of an array of nationalities, worshiping in the Anglo-catholic tradition and serving the people of Wood Green in Jesus’ name. St Michael’s is a centre of Christian worship, witness and service in an ever-changing community.

The church is open most days. You are very welcome to come in to have a look around, to pray, to light a candle or just to be still in this house of God. Do tell us how you think we can best serve Wood Green.

Meet the clergy

Delighted to make your acquaintance

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Fr. Ian


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Revd. Engin

Team vicar

Safeguarding statement

The parish of St Michael’s believes that the care and protection of children, young people, and vulnerable adults who are involved in church activities is the responsibility of the whole Church community. Everyone who participates in the life of the Church has a role to play in promoting a safer church for all. Our commitment to creating a safe environment flows from the fact that we are all made in the image of God and the Church’s common belief in the dignity and uniqueness of every human being. We expect all our staff, volunteers and those who use our premises to share this commitment and value the support of those who worship here in achieving this. If you have any concerns please contact either Fr Ian or Tendy Lindsay our safeguarding officer. For more information and contact details click here.