My name is Andrew Steer, and it is my pleasure and privilege to be Priest in Charge of this beautiful parish.


Although a medieval treasure of Malhmadale,  St Michael the Archangel is very much a living church. Just like the 15th century Monks who founded this church, our main Sunday Service is the Eucharist in which we are fed by the celebration of Communion - sharing the bread & wine as Jesus did with his disciples at the last Supper. Nourished in this way we are strengthened to follow in the footsteps of Jesus by welcoming all in the best Church of England tradition.


Prayer is offered daily by our community and there is the opportunity to request prayers in the Lady Chapel.


Malhamdale, and in particular St Michael's, receives many visitors and pilgrims. We are proud of our building which was extensively rebuilt in 1490 by the White Canons of West Dereham in Norfolk. Their aim was to give glory to God and to worship him through his Son Jesus Christ.


Our building is open until early evening daily and hot and cold drinks are offered free in the servery under the tower. Many visitors write in our visitors book that they appreciate the quiet, spiritual and prayerful atmosphere.


Please do join us for Sunday Worship or just make a quiet visit.


May the peace of God be with you.