St Michael’s Church, South Newington Road, Barford St Michael
The 12th century church of St Michael is just beyond the village green.
The bell tower, north doorwell and font are Norman but much of the rest of the church was rebuilt in the 13th century in an early English style.
The porch on the north side of the building is decorated with Norman beakheads that look like the faces of wild animals.
|The regular monthly pattern of services at St Michaels|
|First Sunday||Eucharist||10.30 am|
|Second Sunday||Family Service||10.30 am|
|Third Sunday||Morning Prayer||10.30 am|
|Fourth Sunday||Evensong||4.00 pm|
|If there is a fifth Sunday in the month, the service is at Barford St John.|
Vicar – Rev’d Annie Goldthorp Tel 01869 349869
Church Warden – Mrs A Brett Tel 01869 338300
PCC secretary – Mrs A Brett Tel 01869 338300
More information from the Church of England website