About

Welcome to St Michael's Church, Flixton. We believe that worship is our primary purpose before God, and all else in our Christian life should flow from that. Christians have worshipped on this site for at least 900 years making this one of the ancient parishes of Manchester Diocese.

Contact Info

Saint Michael's Church, Flixton
348 Church Road
Flixton
Manchester
M41 6HR

Telephone:
Email: stmichaelflixton@gmail.com

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Groups

Bell Ringers

St Michael’s church tower is home to a peal of eight bells. Bells have played an important in the history of Flixton, and the Church of England.

The bells at St Michael’s are still rung every week for church services and the bell ringers practise every Tuesday night.

Bell ringing is an exercise for body and mind that can be enjoyed by anyone from the age of about 12 years upwards, providing you can climb the 29 stairs, stand and raise your arms above your head with reasonable coordination.

If you would like to give bell ringing a try, then call Tower Captain George Nix on 0161 748 5867.

Visiting ringers are always welcome at practice or service ringing

  • Service Ringing: Sunday 9.45 to 10.15 am and 6.00 to 6.30 pm
  • Practice: Tuesday 7.30 to 9.00 pm (no practice in Holy Week)

Standard methods when possible, otherwise call changes.

Choir

There has been a robed choir in existence at St Michael's since the 1870s and we are proud to continue this fine choral tradition today.

The choir sings at two services each week; the morning Eucharist service at 10.15am and BCP Evensong.

New members are always welcome, contact us for more details.

Churchyard Gardening Team

A team of hardy volunteers maintain our beautiful churchyard for the benefit of the wider community. They meet every Friday in all weathers and will always welcome an extra pair of hands.

Coffee Mornings

Coffee Mornings are well established monthly events, hosted by one of our church groups and take place on the last Saturday of the month in Church Croft.

The event begins at 10 am and closes around mid day, coffee and biscuits are served with a very warm welcome to all. The morning also includes a raffle, book stall and home made cakes as regular features with various themed activities depending on the hosting church group. Tickets are sold in church and on the door on the morning of the event and are £1 which includes coffee and the biscuits. Accompanied children have free admission.

For details of our next coffee morning see the diary.

Mothers Union

The Mothers Union promotes the well-being of families worldwide and has 3.6 million members in 77 countries around the world. We are a small branch with 16 members and 1 honorary member. Meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of every month usually starting at 2pm with a guest speaker.

We have 4 meetings a year without speakers - the AGM, Summertime strawberry tea, November bring and buy, and Christmas.

MU@8
If you can't get to a daytime meeting, but you are interested in the work of the Mothers' Union, then come along to MU@8. Meeting at 8pm on the second Monday of the month, MU@8 is a friendly, lively group of like-minded people discussing issues that affect busy lives. There's always tea and biscuits and occasionally a speaker.

Please contact us if you'd like more information about either Mothers Union group.