A Church for ALL the Family

At St Michael's our strapline is 'A Church for ALL the Family'. What do we mean by this?

Firstly, we are a 'Church for ALL...'

Everyone is welcome at St Michael's. People of all ages, social backgrounds, ethnicities, genders and sexualities.

No one is excluded from celebrating life at St Michael's, because “...God so loved the world that he gave his only Son..." (John 3: 16). The world is all of us.

Secondly, we are a 'Church for All the Family'...

Being a 'church family' is central to who we are in God.

We worship One God, who exists in community - The Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Spirit. One God, three persons.

We are called to follow God's example by 'belonging' to one another. This is why we share 'The Peace' with one another each week in our Sunday services, and also why, when we celebrate Holy Communion, we do it together as one body.

Thirdly, we are a Church that aims to welcome families

At St Michael's we are blessed to have among us three and four generational families, and we are delighted to welcome a growing number of new families. 

We believe that children are not simply the Church of tomorrow, but 'The Church of Today'. We support and work closely with our local primary school, where Keith (our Vicar) and Dave (one of our deputy Churchwarden's) are both school governors.

As a Church we are committed to supporting families through a number of means, including our young people's activities - Children's Church, uniformed organisations, and weekly toddlers group.


Safeguarding

As a family church, at St Michael's we take our duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England's robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at www.churchofengland.org/safeguarding

If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at www.liverpool.anglican.org/safeguarding