Welcome to St. Michael's

Serving God and the community for 175 years

service times

Said Mass – 8:30am
Sung Mass – 10:30am (with Sunday School)
Evening Devotions – 6:30pm

Wednesday Mass – 12:00pm
Thursday Holy Hour – 7:00pm
Friday Mass – 5:30pm
Saturday Mass – 12:00pm 

Find Us:
Bounds Green Road, Wood Green, N22 8HE

At the top of the hill on the corner of Bounds Green Road and Wood Green High Road.

Church life during the pandemic

As we look towards the gentle relaxing of the lockdown we remind you that our church is now open for public worship on the following days: –

Sunday 10:30am St Michael’s Wood Green
Sunday 11:00am St Michael’s at Bowes
Tuesday 11:00am St Michael at Bowes
Wednesday 12noon St Michael’s Wood Green
We hope in the coming weeks to restore our full pattern of worship and we shall keep you informed of any changes or updates here.  If you would like to receive the weekly parish email from the clergy please send your contact details to any of the clergy.

Important Please Read:

It has come to my attention that some of you have received an email from someone reporting to be me. These scams occasionally do the rounds and need to be blocked and not opened.
All emails from me will only be related to Church updates or the parish email. I will never ask anything of you or encourage you to open a link.
Any other email purporting to be me should be disregarded.
With thanks and continued prayers
Fr Ian

Weekly reflections

Please stay tuned here for regular updates from St Michael’s Church during this present time when our church buildings across the country have had to close.

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.

This week…

Bulletin Board

Let us keep you posted

Sunday 20 June 2021

Side view of the church featuring the steeple

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.

our missions

Children's football team in fluorescent green and red vests

Youth Groups

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

Church entrance from the inside


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

Had putting a coin into a blue piggybank


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

Meet the Clergy

Delighted to make your acquaintance

Farther Andrew Coates of St Michael's Church, Wood Green

Fr. Andy


Father Ian Booth of St Michael's Church, Wood Green

Fr. Ian


Farther Winfield Collins of St Michael's Church, Wood Green

Fr. Winfield

Hon Assistant Priest

Farther Engin Yildrim of St Michael at Bowes Church, Bounds Green

Revd. Engin

Team Vicar

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What's On

This beautiful prayer was written by an Italian priest who is self-isolating at the moment and very sadly lost his own brother a few days ago to Covid-19…

I’m staying at home, Lord!

I’m staying at home, Lord! And today, I realise, you taught me this, remaining obedient to the Father, for thirty years in the house of Nazareth, waiting for the great mission.

I stay at home, Lord, and in Joseph’s studio, your keeper and mine, I learn to work, to obey, to round the corners of my life and prepare you a work of art.

I’m staying at home, Lord! And I know that I am not alone because Mary, like any mother, is in the next room, doing chores and preparing lunch for all of us, God’s family.

I’m staying at home, Lord! And I do it responsibly for my own good, for the health of my city, for my loved ones, and for the good of my brother, whom you have put beside me, asking me to take care of him in the garden of life.

I’m staying at home, Lord! And in the silence of Nazareth, I pledge to pray, to read, study, meditate, be useful for small jobs, in order to make our home more beautiful and more welcoming.

I’m staying at home, Lord! And in the morning, I thank you for the new day you give me, trying not to spoil it and welcome it with wonder, as a gift and an Easter surprise.

I’m staying at home, Lord! And at noon I will receive the greeting of the angel, I will make myself useful for love, in communion with you who have made you flesh to live among us; and, tired of the journey, thirsty, I will meet you at Jacob’s well, and thirsty for love on the Cross.

I’m staying at home, Lord! And if the evening takes me melancholy, I will invoke you like the disciples of Emmaus: stay with us, the evening has arrived and the sun sets.

I’m staying at home, Lord! And in the night, in communion of prayer with the many sick, the lonely and all the caregivers, I will wait for the dawn to sing your mercy again and tell everyone that, in the storms, you have been my refuge.

I’m staying at home, Lord! And I don’t feel alone and abandoned, because you told me: I’m with you every day. yes, and especially in these days of confusion, O Lord, in which, if my presence is not necessary, I will reach everyone, only with the wings of prayer.


What's on

You are welcome to join us and be a part of our active church life.

Lenten Journey 2020

“Turn away from sin and be faithful to the Gospel“


Here are just some of the comments made by worshippers...

“I’m so glad I found St Michael’s – what a tremendous atmosphere of welcome and love”
"Truly inspiring' 'uplifting' 'a pleasure to be able to attend mass here"
"Praise God that he brought me to this wonderful church"

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 Fr Andy or Tendy Lindsay our safeguarding officer. For more information and contact details click here.

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Safeguarding Statement