The website of St Michael’s – the ancient and historic church of Parish of Bray with Braywood. Made famous (or infamous!) in the popular ballad, the parish is widely known, because of the turncoat ways
of the Vicar of Bray.
The origins of the Parish Church can be traced back to the year 1293, though much has happened by way of restoration and repair, since. The boundaries of the parish have also altered over the years, no longer as widespread as once they were, parts of Windsor and Maidenhead are still within the bounds.
Worship in St Michael’s is based on a well-established pattern within the Anglican Communion. At the early morning Services of Holy Communion on Sundays we follow the Book of Common Prayer – as indeed happens at Evensong. Parish Communion at 10 o’clock on Sunday mornings is choral, the service being in the new Prayer Book, “Common Worship”, we use “Order One.”
CREAM TEAS • DELICIOUS CAKES AND BAKES • SOFT DRINKS
Served in the Church hall on Sunday afternoons
3 until 5.00
(28th May - 27th August)
Except June 11th a concert in church at 3pm.
‘An afternoon at the opera’.
July 30th as ‘Jazz on the Vicarage Lawn’ event at 3pm.
Tickets £10 on the gate.
All proceeds from the summer teas towards the running costs of
St Michael’s Church, Bray.
PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE
OF ST. MICHAEL’S CHURCH, BRAY
NEWSLETTER — MARCH 2017
TOILET PROJECT UPDATE Jim Tucker, 26 May
Take a last, loving, look at the toilet block. Work starts on Tuesday 30 May, and they will soon be demolished and the new, much more suitable, replacements will go up. It's taken four years to get to this point, and I can't wait to get it finished.
Westminster Abbey 17th February
Kelmscott Manor and Buscot Park 4th May
Bruges and Ypres
If you would be interested in joining this visit from Sunday 11th June to Tuesday 13th June 2017 then please contact Roy Gardner for further information firstname.lastname@example.org
LOTS TO BE INVOLVED IN AND WE WELCOME YOU