St Michael's Church

St Michael's Church

In 1942 the process of funding and building a church in Tollerton was begun by villagers and in September 1955 St. Michael’s was dedicated by the Bishop of Selby.  It has since served generations of local people and a service celebrating 50 years was held in September 2005.

Services are held on Sunday morning at 10.30 a.m.  St.Michael’s provides ‘all age’ worship either with a Family Service or a Family Eucharist. A group of parents provides Sunday School activities for the children and parents with very young children can hear the service through a speaker system.  After the service coffee time enables everyone to get to know each other better.  We welcome several families from surrounding villages and would be delighted to see more families from Tollerton coming through the door.

Cell Groups, which are formed from adult worshippers, meet weekly on an evening to get to know each other better, to worship, study and support each other.

How is St.Michael’s serving the Community?

  • providing a Christian focus in the village
  • encouraging young children to grow in the Christian faith
  • giving to various needs and charities
  • providing pastoral care and counselling
  • Cell group meetings

A Men’s Fellowship group meets in the Church on the second Monday of each month when visiting speakers alternate with a social type meeting.  See monthly Church Newsletter for details. 

For more details about church services and other church activities please see the Parish Newsletter.

If you would like to talk to someone about the Christian faith or if you have any problems or concerns you would like to discuss in confidence please contact Rev Roy Wadsworth (838212), or Gerald Wray, Churchwarden, (838226).


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