In the heart of heighington and open to all

You are certain of a warm welcome at St Michael’s. Come

along to one of our services and worship God in a friendly and

inviting atmosphere. We have both Church of England and

Methodist members. The parish also has a second small

church, St Andrew’s, at Bolam. We are proud of our strong links

with Heighington CE Primary School.

If   you   come   to   a   service   at   9.30am   on   a   Sunday   or   at   10am   on   a   Thursday, please   join   us   for   tea   or   coffee   and   biscuits   afterwards,   with   a   pleasant   chat, and also purchase items from the Traidcraft stall or bookshelf.
The   recently    refurbished   church tower    was    originally    a    watch- tower   and   signal   station   —   but now   provides   a   reference   point, representing   peace   of   a   different sort. People    have    worshipped    here for   centuries   –   St   Michael’s   has stood   since   Norman   times   –   and today   Christians   are   working   out what   it   means   to   be   followers   of Jesus    Christ    in    our    own    times too. Our   church   is   the   centre   of   the village,    and    as    a    congregation we   seek   to   be   identified   with   the community    of    which    we    are    a part.
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Rev. Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
A very ancient place of prayer and a Grade 1 listed building
The    present    Norman    church    was    built    over   Anglo-Saxon remains   in   about   1130   AD .   Originally   it   consisted   ony   of   a nave,   between   the   two   present   arcades   and   a   chancel,   all with   a   high   roof.   The   tower,   nave,   and   chancel   are   Norman. In   the   14th   century   a   south   transept   with   a   chantry   altar   was added   to   the   original   nave.   Later   still   this   south   transept   was enlarged   into   a   south   aisle   with   arcade.   In   about   1425   AD   three bells were hung in the tower, which are still rung today. The    church    is    steeped    in    history:    from    the    16th-century pulpit,   the   memorial   to   Captain   William   Pryce   Cumby,   and window    to    Colonel    Richard    Blacklin,    both    local    heroes, through   to   the   Grade   II   listed   Hodgson   and   Surtees   tombs, the   Grade   II   listed   Hearse   House,   and   war   graves   within   the churchyard. Explore      more      historic      churches      via      the      website: www.spiritinstone.info.
Hodgson tomb
Surtees tomb
Hearse House
The Church of England has prayers in respect of the coronavirus together with prayers and readings for those not able to get to church please use the following link: coronavirus-liturgy-and-prayer-resources
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington

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A WARM WELCOME TO ALL
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Rev. Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
A very ancient place of prayer and a Grade 1 listed building
The    present    Norman    church    was    built    over   Anglo-Saxon remains   in   about   1130   AD .   Originally   it   consisted   ony   of   a nave,   between   the   two   present   arcades   and   a   chancel,   all with   a   high   roof.   The   tower,   nave,   and   chancel   are   Norman. In   the   14th   century   a   south   transept   with   a   chantry   altar   was added   to   the   original   nave.   Later   still   this   south   transept   was enlarged   into   a   south   aisle   with   arcade.   In   about   1425   AD   three bells were hung in the tower, which are still rung today. The    church    is    steeped    in    history:    from    the    16th-century pulpit,   the   memorial   to   Captain   William   Pryce   Cumby,   and window    to    Colonel    Richard    Blacklin,    both    local    heroes, through   to   the   Grade   II   listed   Hodgson   and   Surtees   tombs, the   Grade   II   listed   Hearse   House,   and   war   graves   within   the churchyard. Explore      more      historic      churches      via      the      website: www.spiritinstone.info.
Hodgson tomb
Surtees tomb
Hearse House
The Church of England has prayers in respect of the coronavirus together with prayers and readings for those not able to get to church please use the following link: coronavirus-liturgy-and-prayer-resources
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Rev. Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
A very ancient place of prayer and a Grade 1 listed building
The    present    Norman    church    was    built    over   Anglo-Saxon remains   in   about   1130   AD .   Originally   it   consisted   ony   of   a nave,   between   the   two   present   arcades   and   a   chancel,   all with   a   high   roof.   The   tower,   nave,   and   chancel   are   Norman. In   the   14th   century   a   south   transept   with   a   chantry   altar   was added   to   the   original   nave.   Later   still   this   south   transept   was enlarged   into   a   south   aisle   with   arcade.   In   about   1425   AD   three bells were hung in the tower, which are still rung today. The    church    is    steeped    in    history:    from    the    16th-century pulpit,   the   memorial   to   Captain   William   Pryce   Cumby,   and window    to    Colonel    Richard    Blacklin,    both    local    heroes, through   to   the   Grade   II   listed   Hodgson   and   Surtees   tombs, the   Grade   II   listed   Hearse   House,   and   war   graves   within   the churchyard. Explore      more      historic      churches      via      the      website: www.spiritinstone.info.
Hodgson tomb
Surtees tomb
Hearse House
The Church of England has prayers in respect of the coronavirus together with prayers and readings for those not able to get to church please use the following link: coronavirus-liturgy-and-prayer-resources
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Rev. Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
A very ancient place of prayer and a Grade 1 listed building
The    present    Norman    church    was    built    remains   in   about   1130   AD .   Originally   it   consisted   nave,   between   the   two   present   arcades   with   a   high   roof.   The   tower,   nave,   and   chancel   In   the   14th   century   a   south   transept   with   a   added   to   the   original   nave.   Later   still   this   enlarged   into   a   south   aisle   with   arcade.   three bells were hung in the tower, which are still rung today. The    church    is    steeped    in    history:    from    pulpit,   the   memorial   to   Captain   William   Pryce   window    to    Colonel    Richard    Blacklin,    both    through   to   the   Grade   II   listed   Hodgson   and   the   Grade   II   listed   Hearse   House,   and   war   churchyard. Explore      more      historic      churches      via      www.spiritinstone.info.
Hodgson tomb
Surtees tomb
Hearse House
The Church of England has prayers in respect of the coronavirus together with prayers and readings for those not able to get to church please use the following link: coronavirus-liturgy-and-prayer-resources
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Rev. Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
A very ancient place of prayer and a Grade 1 listed building
The    present    Norman    church    was    remains   in   about   1130   AD .   Originally   nave,   between   the   two   present   arcades   with   a   high   roof.   The   tower,   nave,   In   the   14th   century   a   south   transept   added   to   the   original   nave.   Later   still   enlarged   into   a   south   aisle   with   arcade.   three bells were hung in the tower, which are still rung today. The    church    is    steeped    in    history:    pulpit,   the   memorial   to   Captain   William   window    to    Colonel    Richard    Blacklin,    through   to   the   Grade   II   listed   Hodgson   the   Grade   II   listed   Hearse   House,   churchyard. Explore      more      historic      churches      www.spiritinstone.info.
Hodgson tomb
Surtees tomb
Hearse House
The Church of England has prayers in respect of the coronavirus together with prayers and readings for those not able to get to church please use the following link: coronavirus-liturgy-and-prayer-resources
Interested in joining the Friends of St Michael’s, Heighington? – Contact Rev. Lissa Scott for details
St Michael’s  Church, Heighington
A warm welcome to everyone
A very ancient place of prayer and a Grade 1 listed building
The    present    Norman    church    was    built    over   Anglo-Saxon remains   in   about   1130   AD .   Originally   it   consisted   ony   nave,   between   the   two   present   arcades   and   a   chancel,   with   a   high   roof.   The   tower,   nave,   and   chancel   are   Norman. In   the   14th   century   a   south   transept   with   a   chantry   altar   added   to   the   original   nave.   Later   still   this   south   transept   enlarged   into   a   south   aisle   with   arcade.   In   about   1425   three bells were hung in the tower, which are still rung today. The    church    is    steeped    in    history:    from    the    16th-century pulpit,   the   memorial   to   Captain   William   Pryce   Cumby,   window    to    Colonel    Richard    Blacklin,    both    local    heroes, through   to   the   Grade   II   listed   Hodgson   and   Surtees   tombs, the   Grade   II   listed   Hearse   House,   and   war   graves   within   churchyard. Explore      more      historic      churches      via      the      website: www.spiritinstone.info.
Hodgson tomb
Surtees tomb
Hearse House
The Church of England has prayers in respect of the coronavirus together with prayers and readings for those not able to get to church please use the following link: coronavirus-liturgy-and-prayer-resources